Located just miles from the I-69 is Indiana Springs Campground in Garrett, Indiana. This campground is no small retreat; rather, there are over 350 sites for you to choose from with amenities and activities that will please any guest!
At Indiana Springs, finding an accommodation is no issue with the many sites available, beginning at rates as low as $20. Most vehicle sites come with water, electric, and sewage hookups, with 20, 30, and 50 amps available. They are also pull-through sites, making it convenient to fit any vehicle. A separate tenting area is available for those pitching a tent. Both primitive and water/electric sites are available for tent campers, so you can choose if you'd like to "ruff" it or enjoy some basic amenities. If you're interested in modernizing your stay, you can try one of the many rental options available. From villas to rustic cabins to travel trailers, Indiana Springs’ rentals give guests choice of amenities, perks, and style.
When you're planning out your day at the campground, be sure to include a visit to Sandy Beach, where you can find a swim raft and water slide. Lounge chairs are conveniently located on the beach as well as sand volleyball courts. Equipment rentals are offered at the campground, so if you don't have your own boat but want to get out on the water, don't fret. Planned events and activities are ongoing at Indiana Springs, so check out the event calendar upon arrival.
Other outdoor activities include sports (beach volleyball and basketball), hanging out at the park with the family, or taking a hike or bike ride through the trails around the campground. These trails are dog-friendly so feel free to bring Fido along. You're just reminded to tidy up after your animal and to keep them on a leash at all times. Pups are also never to be left alone during your stay at the campground.
Indiana is home to a variety of entertainment opportunities including breweries, wineries, and museums, which is why Indiana Springs Campground is a prime location. Not only can you fill your vacation with the activities and perks offered at the campground, but you can also take a day trip and explore the various nearby attractions.