Campground and Campsite listings closest to Henryville, Indiana
Clark State Forest - Henryville, Indiana
This is Indiana's oldest state forest (1903). Less than a mile off I-65 at Henryville. This forest is more like a state park than a state forest. It has several …
Knobstone Trail - Mile 9 parking - Henryville, Indiana
This place doesn't have a specific name. It is a small parking area located very close to Mile 9 of the Knobstone Trail. It is merely a gravel …
Elk Creek Trail Head (hike-in) - Salem, Indiana
Hike in camping is allowed along the Knobstone Trail as long as your campsite is at least one mile from a road, recreation area and trailheads. Your campsite must not …
Maines Pond - Freetown, Indiana
Free Dispersed camping in the Hoosier National Forest's Brownstown Ranger District. First come -> first served. No reservations accepted.
Berry Ridge Rd - Freetown, Indiana
Free Dispersed camping in the Hoosier National Forest's Brownstown Ranger District. This campsite does not use a reservation system. First come, first served.
Hoosier National Forest - Bloomington, Indiana
Numerous primitive, unmarked campsites scattered along gravel roads east of the Hickory Ridge Fire Tower. Free year round. You will have to travel a minimum 6 miles of gravel road …
Charles C Deam Wilderness - Grubb Ridge TH - Bloomington, Indiana
Free Dispersed camping in the Hoosier National Forest's Brownstown Ranger District. Reservations are not accepted at this campsite.
Blackwell Horse Camp - Bloomington, Indiana
This camping area has long been a popular destination / overnight camping area for equestrians. Other campers are also welcome although the facilities are geared to provide for horses. The …
Deckard Church Rd - Nashville, Indiana
This is a free dispersed campsite. First come -> First Camped. Reservations not accepted.
Lake Shelby Campground - Shelbyville, Kentucky
It is located on Shelby Lake Dr. on the Northwest periphery of Clear Creek Park in Shelbyville, KY. Take 7th St (KY 55) North from the middle of town. Where …
Springs Valley Recreation Area - Paoli, Indiana
The 141-acre lake, once known as Tucker Lake, surrounded by scenic hardwood forests features primitive camping with vault toilets. No drinking water is available. A boat ramp and picnic facilities …
Sycamore Springs Park - English, Indiana
Reservations required! A privately owned and funded park. The park is open to individuals and social, civic and religious groups for recreational and educational purposes. Tents $6-12/night. There are 20 …
Irwin Park - Edinburgh, Indiana
They have paved electric sites that back up to the river levee. Nice large trees to the north. The river is behind the campsite and an old train trestle. A …
Salt River Recreation Area - West Point, Kentucky
Boat Ramp on Salt River, picnicking and primitive camping & RV camping (no hook ups) Open year round. Fees $3 per day Camping $10 per night for tents and $25 …
Johnson County Park - Franklin, Indiana
Tent and RV sites, nice shower house, dump station, camp host has firewood. Well worth the money, great staff! Navigate with Google Maps, NOT a car GPS. Update 2015/08/10 - Per …
Morgan-Monroe State Forest - Martinsville, Indiana
Primitive camping for $8 fee. Five miles south of Martinsville, 16 miles northeast of Bloomington, off State Road 37. See website for details.
Saddle lake - Gatchel, Indiana
I like this area. It is a nice place, and has very decent sites. Each site has its own fire pit, park bench, and lantern holder pole. These are drive …
Governor Bebb Preserve - Okeana, Ohio
Non-reservable public camping:walk-in from $9-$11/night http://www.yourmetroparks.net/governor-bebb.asp
Sunset City - Linton, Indiana
Camping within a Linton city managed park.
Pull-off just before Blackhawk Campground - Cloverdale, Indiana
Large enough to bring a 45ft 5th and be able to turn it around. Pics below. Editor's Note: This spot is good for a quick overnight only. It is exposed …
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