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The 20 best camping spots in Indiana.

For campers and outdoor adventurers of all stripes, Indiana is way more than a racetrack.

1850 Log Cabin
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1. 1850 Log Cabin

Enjoy our beautiful 1850 log cabin in the midst of our alpaca pastures. This authentic 1850's log cabin provides a comfortable retreat from your...

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Creekside Camping
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2. Creekside Camping

Pitch your tent along the wooded creek bank and have access to the cabin firepit, outdoor sink, refrigerator, restroom and shower. Only a 3 minute...

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From rolling fields of midwestern grain to a front row seat on Lake Michigan, camping in Indiana is set against a wide range of stunning backdrops. In the north, Pokagon State Park offers access to more lakes than any other county in the state, and lots of local farms. Indiana Dunes State Park can be found here, as well, with over 2,000 acres of forest, sandy beaches, and Read more...
From rolling fields of midwestern grain to a front row seat on Lake Michigan, camping in Indiana is set against a wide range of stunning backdrops. In the north, Pokagon State Park offers access to more lakes than any other county in the state, and lots of local farms. Indiana Dunes State Park can be found here, as well, with over 2,000 acres of forest, sandy beaches, and Indiana dunes camping. The southern region of the state is home to the Hoosier National Forest, where you can try to spot the Buffalo Trace Trail or take a long look into Wesley Chapel Gulf, an 8-acre sinkhole. Be sure to visit the Griffy Lake Nature Preserve, which boasts 1,200 acres of wild land and 109 acres of water ready for your kayak.
Turkey Run Campground

3. Turkey Run Campground

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

Turkey Run Campground is the best place to pitch your tent in all of Turkey Run State Park, and not just because it’s the only campground in the...

Julie
Julie: Turkey Run is my most favorite state park in Indiana. It is other worldly. The hiking is great & somewhat challenging. The...
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Tippecanoe Riverside
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4. Tippecanoe Riverside

Paddle your own kayak or canoe to this private campsite on the riverbank of the beautiful Tippecanoe River fed by 88 lakes. Only accessible via...

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This midwestern state may not have many mountains, but Hoosier Hill will satisfy your cravings with a 1,257ft. peak.
Mounds State Park Campground

5. Mounds State Park Campground

At Mounds State Campground, you're staying in the perfect spot to do some fishing on the beautiful waters of the White River or follow the trails...

Country Home Farm Stay
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6. Country Home Farm Stay

Staying at the guest house at Heritage Farm gives you the opportunity to enjoy country living while not sacrificing the modern amenities that you...

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If albino amphibians are your thing, check out Bluespring Caverns. 21 miles of underground river run through this network.
Farm Experience RV Style
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7. Farm Experience RV Style

Experience farm life and enjoy the comforts of your RV. We provide a 50 amp RV connection and water hook-up, but no waste outlet.

Mississinewa Lake Campground

8. Mississinewa Lake Campground

Load up your digital camera batteries—Mississinewa Lake has such a wide variety of landscapes, you may be able to convince your FB friends you went...

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If you're chasing spooks, you'll love the Rose Island ruins in Charlestown, where an elaborate amusement park once stood.
Prophetstown Campground

9. Prophetstown Campground

Hope you’re ready to be in the center of it all, for Prophetstown Campground is smack dab in the middle of the park, making all of its cool...

Salamonie Lake Campground

10. Salamonie Lake Campground

If you're looking for some bonding activities, Salamonie Lake is a great place to start. Not only do they welcome just about every sport-like...

Jug Rock, situated in the Mansfield Formation near the Hoosier State Forest, is said to be the only freestanding rock table in the region.
Salamonie River Campground

11. Salamonie River Campground

The Salamonie River Campground is quite a catch for the fishers among us. The primitive, first-come, first-served campground is nearby to a bounty...

Summit Lake Campground

12. Summit Lake Campground

If you enjoy expansive lake views, good fishing, and other water activities, then Summit Lake State Park Campground is for you. With three boat...

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Julie: Summit Lake is a fabulous place to camp and kayak. I kayaked there all summer and two of my close friends camped there several...
Indiana Dunes Campground

13. Indiana Dunes Campground

100% Recommend (7 Campers)

At Indiana Dunes Campground, you get the best of both worlds: forested beauty and sandy shores. With more than 2,000 acres of rugged and...

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Cynthia: The BEST State Park in Indiana! The Indiana Dunes are beautiful. Some don't care for the mills nearby or the NIPSCO cooling...
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Shades Campground

14. Shades Campground

Ain’t nothin’ shady about Shade Campground. The campground is located on the far west end of the park, which means you have an easy escape from the...

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Ouabache Campground

15. Ouabache Campground

Experience all the charming beauty that the park has to offer when you stay at Ouabache Campground. You won’t feel guilty about enjoying a little...

Cynthia
Cynthia: Campground is nice. Modern bathhouses are clean. I would recommend it for a weekend trip.
Tippecanoe River Campground

16. Tippecanoe River Campground

Tippecanoe and (insert your name here) too! Bring your own canoe or make arrangements with the local livery to explore the gorgeous Tippecanoe...

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Mason Ridge Campground

19. Mason Ridge Campground

Want to try something different this vacation? How about panning for gold in Morgan-Monroe State Forest? Free permits are easy to come by and you...

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Horse Campground

20. Horse Campground

Get down with your wild side in one of the most diverse and beautiful hardwood forests in the whole country. The horse trails in Owen-Putnam State...

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