Park your RV by lakes, sand dunes, and forest valleys in the Hoosier State.
If you’re seeking a Midwestern RV adventure, Indiana should be high on your road trip wish list. Whether you want to canoe or kayak along the Ohio River, enjoy fall foliage hikes through Hoosier National Park, or fish for bass and crappie at Monroe Lake—there are RV campgrounds dotted all around the state, many of them with electric hookups and full amenities. RV camping in Indiana is enjoyable through all four seasons. In summer, head up to the shores of Lake Michigan, where you can camp by the beach in the Indiana Dunes State Park and cool off with water sports on the lake, or, in fall, head to Clifty Falls State Park to admire the waterfalls at their most impressive. Don’t rule out a winter camping trip, either. Many Indiana state park campgrounds stay open year-round, and the snowy months (November-March) allow for snowshoeing, ice fishing, and cross-country skiing.