Found just south of Portland in Central Indiana, the peaceful Fox Lake Campground is the perfect location for a camping getaway. This countryside facility was once a farm that has been transformed into a tranquil paradise for campers to enjoy. The campground is situated around a river leading up to Fox Lake, where both swimming and fishing are common activities.
Fox Lake Campground is pet-friendly, and therefore dogs are permitted to camp, but they must remain on a leash and under control at all times. Owners are also asked to be timely in pet waste cleanup and to keep their pups from entering the swimming beach, any of the buildings (including the bathhouse and store), or the playground. Excessive barking is not permitted and if it occurs, your pet could be asked to leave.
This campground comes equipped with a variety of campsites intended to accommodate all sorts of camping needs. There are 50 amp, full hookup services available for RVs along with pull-thru sites, making it convenient to park your vehicles. Primitive sites are available for tents right beside the lake, giving visitors unforgettable views of the water. There are three new camping cabins that come with AC and a mini fridge. The cabins, as well as the sites, are all dog friendly, but when staying in cabins, you will be charged a pet fee. For all campers, hot showers are available at the bathhouse as well at flush toilets.
At the campground, there are a variety of ways for you to keep yourself busy. For starters, there are two outdoor sports courts for basketball and volleyball. Also within the campground is a playground for the kids. A sandy beach is located right on the lake for swimming access, but there are no lifeguards on duty so it is swim at your own risk. Fishing in the fishing pond, hiking, and horseshoes are also popular activities found within the grounds. Relaxing and wildlife watching are more guest favorites.
Next time you're looking for a peaceful escape from the busyness of everyday life, be sure to check out Fox Lake Campground in Indiana.