Where to Camp in Indiana
Indiana campground guide and camping resources
Check out the best of Indiana camping. Located in the heart of the Midwest, Indiana campgrounds and other facilities within the Indiana DNR offer a get-a-way destination for Hoosiers and out-of-state visitors alike. Find tent camping and RV park campgrounds, as well as hidden gems and cabin rentals. Below you'll find some of the best campgrounds and places to camp in Indiana.
Best RV Camping in Indiana
Ready to get away from it all and explore what Indiana State Parks have to offer? Check out our top picks for hidden gems and camping off the beaten path in Indiana. Find your new favorite campsite.
Charlestown State Park, IN
Charlestown has much to offer the visitor with its rugged hills and deep ravines. While hiking the rugged terrain you will see Devonian fossil outcrops and areas of karst sinkhole topography. Bird watchers will enjoy the 72 species of birds, including bluebirds, black vultures and an occasional bald eagle.
Best Vacation Cabin Rentals in Indiana
Looking for that perfect romantic getaway? Don't feel like sleeping in a tent or planning a family reunion and require other lodging options? Log, floating or camping cabin; from Brown County to Patoka Lake, check out our top picks for the best Indiana cabin rentals.
Harmonie State Park, IN
Harmonie State Park is located "on the banks of the Wabash" 25 miles northwest of Evansville. A beautiful swimming pool, shady picnic areas, ravines and pristine landscape await you here. This is a trail lover's paradise! Trails for walking, biking and nature hikes will lure you for a visit.
Chain O'Lakes State Park, IN
This is lake country and a small boater's paradise. Nine connecting lakes will be the center of your adventures at Chain O'Lakes. Paddle through the chain of serene kettle lakes, hike the 10 miles of forested trails, fish the electric-motors-only lakes, stay overnight in a forested hillside family cabin, or visit the park's old one-room schoolhouse nature center.
Best camping in Indiana
Want to know where the best campsites are? Check our list of top campgrounds and camping spots in Indiana, from awesome amenities to local attractions, these parks will provide your family with a great camping experience.
The beautiful sandstone cliffs overlooking Sugar Creek and numerous shady ravines provide the backdrop for your journey.
You'll marvel at the natural geologic wonders of this beautiful park as you hike along its famous trails.
Nicknamed the "Little Smokies" because of the area's resemblance to the Great Smoky Mountains, Brown County encompasses nearly 16,000 acres of rugged hills and fog-shrouded ravines.
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