Campground Review: Indianapolis KOA
We still needed to get both West and South, so we decided to continue to work on the Westerly part and headed to the Indianapolis KOA in Greenfield, IN. We had some friends we wanted to visit in the area and Indianapolis is a town we enjoy. The campground was located conveniently right off an exit on I-70. The exit also had two truck stops with fuel, making it great of a quick fill-up. There was also an RV Dealer nearby if you find yourself in need of a random RV park or maintenance.
Just like our last KOA visit, we decided to use some more of our KOA points we have earned along the way. We had enough points to take $50 off the total, so it ended up being a pretty good deal. Feels like free money! If you camp much, you might want to consider becoming a Value Kard Rewards member. It’s $30 and you receive a 10% discount on all KOA stays. In addition, you earn points which can then be redeemed for $$ off.
The Indianapolis KOA was sort of split into two different parts by a creek that runs through the property. We were in the side closest to the office in one of the full hook-up pull-thru sites. The sites in this section were all configured as buddy sites. They were long, but didn’t have much much space in between. We had a common patio area between ours and the next site. The sites in the area further from the office seemed to be a bit more spaced out and not in the buddy configuration. Overall, the campground did have a lot of sites that would accommodate big rigs.
The pool area was closed for the season during our stay. It appeared to be well-maintained, but was more of a splash pad, than an adult pool. Would be great for families! The Indianapolis KOA also has two resident horses that live in the stables next to the office.
If you are looking for a place to stay near Indianapolis, this would be a great fit. It is only about a 20 minute drive to downtown.