Rockville Lake Park is a popular destination to take away stress of everyday life and enjoy an outdoor recreation experience!
This 400 acre park operated by the Parke County Park & Recreation Board. The park features Rockville Lake, which is a 103 acre watershed that was built in 1972. The lake is one of the hottest fishing lakes in Indiana and offers the chance to catch bluegill, red-ear, crappie, bass, and catfish. A boat ramp, a 100 foot wheelchair accessible fishing pier, boat rentals, and several hundred feet of open shoreline is available for people of all ages and capabilities to cast into this astounding fishery!
Rockville Lake Park offers primitive, modern, and full hook-up campsites with plenty of room to enjoy the favorite camp games. These sites are designed to accommodate any type of trailer and RV to ensure quality enjoyment for every visitor. Our primitive site selection gives you the option for moderately wooded sites or sites along the wood line in the grass. All of the campsites allow for plenty of room for the entire family! With a total of 157 campsites, there is plenty of room for you and the family to come out and enjoy the great outdoors. There are several horseshoe pits, two volleyball courts, a basketball court, nature trails, and three modern playgrounds located throughout the park. The park is an excellent place to see some of natures creatures!
Open April 1st-October 31st.
2 Primitive Cabins, 12 Full Hook-Up Sites, 44 Water/Electric Sites, and 109 Primitive Sites
Pet Friendly- Must keep on leash, and must clean up after them.