It's true. There is more than corn in Indiana. The Amusement Park was pretty neat. I especially liked the pirate show displayed on the lake. It was kind of corny but funny all the same. Indiana Beach offers plenty of rides and attractions to keep you busy for about a day. I don't recommend eating in the Skyroom restaurant. The food was exceptional as well as the service, however, the water tasted like blood. I guess it's just because we're not from the area, but the water tasted horrible. Definately drink a soda or tea. We stayed at the campground while we visited the park. They said they had "free" WiFi, but it wasn't available in all areas of the campground, and when you could get it, their server kept rejecting your username and password. We eventually had to go to the library to use internet. (My mom is getting her master's online) When we made reservations for the campground, the guy said that the site we were booking was one of his personal favorites. When we arrived, the site was identical to all of the others with one little tree and picnic table and no shade. We went in July. I stayed inside our camper most of the time. Other than that the staff was helpful with any questions we had, and the stay was rather enjoyable. I would recommend Indiana Beach as a place to go in the nice little town of Monticello, IN.