Indiana (IN) camping offers a wide range of outdoor opportunities, from the shores of Lake Michigan to the meadows, prairies, and wooded hills of central and southern Indiana. Camping in Indiana is sure to please.
Discover the 15 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline inside the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. Camp here and hike through rugged dunes, pristine wetlands, prairies, and wooded forests. Camp near rivers or sandy beaches and choose from a wide variety of family-friendly RV sites and tent sites. Explore Southern Indiana as well and camp along the winding Ohio River. River camping will lull you to sleep as you sit around the campfire and listen to the sound of water rushing past your campsite.
Hoosier National Forest is also located in Southern Indiana where you can find hilly terrain and scenic forested campsites. Explore the Hemlock Cliffs Valley where there are secluded sandstone cliffs and seasonal waterfalls. Camping ranges from campgrounds with amenities like pools, children's playgrounds, and cabins to basic tent camping. Don't forget to check out camping near major cities like Indianapolis.
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