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One of my favorite parks in Indiana and I love camping here. The campground is quiet and private and very wooded, which I love. It's perfect for camping in the spring and fall. Fall is the busiest season because of the beautiful changing leaves, so you have to book early in the year. The facilities are always clean at the electric sites. The trails range from easy to rugged. The park has really unique features like canyons and gulches, and rock formations such as the punch bowl, sandstone, and limestone, so it makes for interesting and challenging trails that incorporate ladders. There's a lot of history to the park that you learn along the way.
Turkey Run is my most favorite state park in Indiana. It is other worldly. The hiking is great & somewhat challenging. The trail that connects the campground to the park is gorgeous. The rock formations are simply mind blowing. Once inside the park, you have to check out the suspension bridge and then the options are endless. The campground is always packed. I recommend trying to book a campsite well in advance. The sites along the perimeter seem to be larger than those on the inside. We had the first spot by the entrance, which we thought might be loud, but it turned out to be just fine. And in case you run out, there is a restaurant about a mile away from the campground entrance that sells carry out booze!