National Park Service – NPS information about Indiana RV camping in National Park Service administered lands.
US Forest Service – Official USFS information about RV camping in the Hoosier National Forest in Indiana. Free dispersed RV camping (boondocking) is permitted on lands managed by the USFS. Includes public campground information.
US Army Corps of Engineers – USACE/COE information about COE lakes and Indiana RV camping opportunities.
US Fish and Wildlife Service – FWS information about National Wildlife Refuges in Indiana. Most wildlife areas do not permit camping in Indiana. Check refuge regulations for restrictions.
Indiana RV Camping
Indiana RV Camping – All The Comforts Away From Home
Indiana RV Camping
Indiana RV camping locations offer spectacular scenery, solitude, and interesting history. Public lands and private RV parks and campgrounds offer a wide range of camping facilities from full service RV hookup campsites to remote primitive Indiana RV camping (boondocking) locations.
Indiana RV Parks and Campgrounds
Indiana RV Parks – Research tools for finding the best privately owned RV parks and campgrounds in Indiana.
Federal RV Camping Information
State RV Camping Information
State Parks – Information about RV camping and campgrounds in the many Indana state parks.
Indiana State Forests – Information about the 15 state forestmanagement areas and RV camping opportunities.
Official Indiana Tourism Website – Where to go, and what to do. Includes Indiana RV camping suggestions and travel planning ideas.
Camping Reservations – Make your Indiana RV camping Indiana Federal campground reservations and your campsite will be waiting for you when you arrive.
RV Dump Stations In Indiana
RVDumps.com – Places to dump your RV in Indiana.
Sanidumps.com – Indiana RV dumps listed by town.
Free Indiana RV Camping
Public lands offers many free dispersed Indiana RV camping opportunities. You can get free RV camping location tips from the USFS (USDA Forest Service) Ranger Districts. US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) also has some free RV camping facilities. Boondocking and Dispersed Camping has more information about how to find the best RV camping sites on public lands.
The following are just a few examples of free Indiana RV camping locations available.
Free RV camping is permitted at the USDA designated Shirley Creek Camp.
HOOSIER NATIONAL FOREST
Free dispersed camping (boondocking) is allowed in the USDA Hoosier National Forest. Located in south central Indiana, the forest offers free designated camping areas, usually called “Horse Camps”, that are available for RV use as well. Check with local ranger districts for recommended free Indiana RV camping areas.
Numerous pull-offs on S side of US-24 for 3 mi starting at E edge of town.
You can really get away from it all at the USDA Hickory Ridge Camp. Free Indiana RV camping is available with vault toilets
Public Indiana RV Camping
Public campgrounds make great destinations for Indiana RV camping trips. Located throughout the state, USDA Forest Service, State Parks, State Forests, and USACE/COE (US Army Corps of Engineers) offer facilities from primitive campsites for full hookup campgrounds.
Bordering 2 lakes, Pokagon State Park offers RV camping. 200 electric and 73 non electric campsites, playground, swimming, and more.
Camping is available at Prophetstown State Park. Be sure to read the web site’s access directions…even if you are not going!
200 campsites, some with electric, others with electric and water, and still more with no hookups are available at the Hardin Ridge Recreation Area. This USDA recreation area is packed with outdoor recreation activities for the whole family.
Located on Kunkel Lake, RV camping is available at Ouabache State Park. Pronounced “Wabash”, this park has 77 electric campsites, 47 non electric sites, and an RV dump station.
Primitive and electric campsites are available at O’Bannon Woods State Park. Located near the historic limestone state capitol building. Fishing, hiking, boating and more.
RV camping is available at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. 53 conventional drive up campsites plus 25 walk in sites. First come first serve campground.
200 electric campsites area available at Harmonie State Park. Boating, fishing, trails are just some of the outdoor recreation opportunities available. There is even an RV dump station available.
A 230 acre lake and 226 electric campsites are available at Versailles State Park. Outdoor activites include swimming, boat rental, RV camping, fishing, hiking, and RV dump.
The location map images for finding Indiana RV camping locations are derived from Topo North America 10.0 and used with their exclusive permission. These map images only display a very limited area. DeLorme’s Topo 10.0 covers the entire USA with highly detailed maps that can be zoomed in or out, moved, printed, and interfaced with GPS units. 3-D views, tracking and route planning, as well as map annotation ability are included. BLM administered lands are available free with registration of the program.