At Morels on the Wabash Your Tee-Pee is up and waiting on a 30ft x 30 ft deck. Your campsite sits majestically on the Wabash River. Surrounded by nesting Bald Eagles, White Tail deer and the elusive River Otter. A private island to explore and listen to the rusting of the state tree, the Sycamore. The campsite hosts a private hot tub on the deck right outside your 20ft Tee-P
At Morels on the Wabash Your Tee-Pee is up and waiting on a 30ft x 30 ft deck. Your campsite sits majestically on the Wabash River. Surrounded by nesting Bald Eagles, White Tail deer and the elusive River Otter. A private island to explore and listen to the rusting of the state tree, the Sycamore. The campsite hosts a private hot tub on the deck right outside your 20ft Tee-Pee. Off the deck a few steps is your multiple fire pits, canoes, kayaks, and your own private boat ramp to the river.
Various types of barbecue grills just off the steps of the deck. The Tee-Pee is decorated with early American Native American artifacts. Comfortable full bed, small refrigerator, ice machine, dry sink. In the common area you may enjoy wifi, shower and modern bathing facilities.
Port A Potty just outside your Tee-Pee area also. At Morels, many activities exists on the ground; Horse shoes, chipping cage to improve your swings, volleyball net, Tether ball, various archery target and clay shooting area. ( Please make arrangements with Ed)
The Wabash river provides a beautiful River beach are that boasts 200 hundred yards of river frontage. Multiple species of game fish in the waters of the Wabash. Come enjoy the moon lights on the Wabash River. The Native Americans called this area of the Wabash river "Wa Wa See ', meaning White rock due to the Lime stone formations. The history of the Wabash corridor is almost lost to time. Come get rejuvenated at Morels.
Clamping on the Wabash is best suited for adults with a flare for adventure. This romantic clamping site is best suited for the experienced camper. Primitive camping aspects still await you. Be prepared for all weather.
Please take the time to look up some the attractions Logansport has to offer; France Park, River side Park, Mississinewa Reservoir in Miami County. Madam Carrol on Lake Freeman in Monticello, Whyte Horse Winery.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 10AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 9 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Glamping at Morels on the Wabash in Indiana.
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We had a great time at Morels on the Wabash. The facilities were larger than anticipated and there were plenty of perks. The campground has just a few sites so it feels very private considering the large facility. The river is easy to access and provides opportunities for canoeing, kayaking and fishing. The place was clean and well maintained. T
One of the most beautiful calming places I have stayed! I planned this trip with my grandkids to connect with nature and share that love with them. We had fun exploring and trying new things together! Ed was so kind and gracious making sure we were well taken care of! I appreciated his hospitality as well as, the freedom we had to just enjoy the property. My grandkids and I had a blast and we will definitely be returning. If you love nature I highly recommend staying at Morels on the Wabash the land is just gorgeous with the most accommodating host.
Morels on the wabash is lovely.
To say that Ed was accommodating would be an understatement. He was one of my favorite hosts in many years of traveling. You will appreciate the details included in his teepee and on his land. In a moment of consideration we
wondered about roasting sausages on the fire Ed prepared, and looking right beside us where there were two sausage skewers. Ah, so nice, so considerate. Sculptures of animals and morel mushrooms adorn the pathway from the road to the little landing by the Wabash River. The combination of nature, stones, water, a breeze, and the stars existing in a place filled with artwork is pleasing. Ed is an artist. Ed is a kind person. Morels on the Wabash is lovely.
My wife and I needed a get a way and saw the site at the morels on the Wabash and decided to give it a try. We saw an ad about this Tee Pee! With all honesty it was one of the best picks you can make! What an original idea! We had such a pleasant stay all in part of the host Ed. I have been around the block a few times and there are hosts that are strictly in this business for the money and then there are guy's like Ed that is dedicated to his property and his guests. From the warm welcome upon arrival, the stocked kitchen with needs you may have,( man I wish I had a piece of that banana bread now) the cleanliness of the property, the access to things he provides such as canoes, fishing poles, grills, yard games, bikes, hot tubs, the list can go on and on. He also is full of suggestions for nearby trails, parks, and back to nature hikes. And when your ready for a good night of dinner he has the list of nearby places to go!
In closing, Thank You Ed for your dedication to making your guest happy!!
Sunset on the wabash!!!!
My wife and I wanted to get away and do something different for a quick trip. Ed's Tee Pee on the Wabash was fantastic. We got more than we ever expected. Hard to say all the great things about this property. On top of it Ed is a great, and very welcoming host! He had so many great recommendations for the area. Loved hearing about his inspiration for the Tee Pee was because of the local Indian history. His property is beautiful, highlighted by a wonderful sunset over the Wabash!
As soon as you enter his property you just feel secluded. The river runs the whole length of his property. And the "campsite" doesn't even feel like you are camping. So if you like camping but don't want to work so hard at it, Ed has it set up for you. The Tee Pee was so comfortable! Ed had a campfire going for us when we got there and a bottle of wine chilling. The Tee Pee is next to a little brook that feeds into the river. It was so relaxing falling asleep to the flow of water.
What seems like endless amenities included a refrigerator with some of the basics like eggs, butter, pop and even a few beers. A clean and inviting hot tub to finish a relaxing day. Canoes or Kayaks to explore the river, including two islands that were right next to the campsite. Ed had firewood for us and charcoal for the grill. We actually even saw a bald eagle flying over the river. We were able to use a shower and restroom in one of the cabins on the property to make it feel like we were at home.
We were also able to explore one of the local state parks - France Park. They have some great hiking paths. Also close by is the Panhandle Pathway that we will explore next time when we bring our bikes. Also Logansport and Monticello are close by if you just want to get to a nice restaurant.
We will definitely be returning soon to do more exploring. But what I will be wanting to return for is to relax along the river beach and drinking a cocktail while we watch that sunset over the river. If you want "camping" without all the work, this is the place for you. Thank you Ed for making it so relaxing!!! We will be seeing you again soon!!