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While RV camping in Indiana, plan to visit Nashville and rub shoulders with hundreds of artists. But don't get these confused with the musicians in the other Nashville, these Nashville artists fill studios and galleries with art of all types. You can make other discoveries while visiting RV parks in Indiana. Northern Indiana is home to the second-largest population of Amish in the nation. Drive the 90-mile Heritage trail and learn about their unique way of life while taking the self-guided Quilt Gardens Tour of Amish Country's seven communities, which includes 16 gardens.
Campgrounds in Indiana can get you close to miles of sandy shoreline, too, which may also
Campgrounds in Indiana can get you close to miles of sandy shoreline, too, which may also be a surprise. Indiana borders Lake Michigan and has 24 miles of beaches. Try fishing on the Great Lake and you could come home with a rainbow trout, coho, or king salmon. And if it's water you're looking for with a pinch of excitement thrown in, visit Indiana Beach near Monticello. The amusement park grew from a swimming area in a cornfield to the largest amusement resort and vacation playground in Indiana, visited by nearly ¾ of a million visitors annually. Enjoy 40 rides, a huge waterpark, and six roller coasters.
Bring your camera when you access the clear waters of the Pigeon River. Maybe you'll get a picture of some playful river otters. RV parks in Indiana are located near water of all types. Tackle whitewater rafting on the St. Joseph River.
Experience one of Indiana's most unique outdoor experiences while RV camping in Indiana. Way down in the "toe" of the state is the Twin Swamps Nature Preserve—a great place for hiking and wildlife viewing. One of the swamps is dominated by bald cypress trees and the other by overcup oak trees. While there, you'll likely spot small reptiles, frogs, toads, turtles and lots of birds.
If you're staying at one of the campgrounds in Indiana, visit one of the hundreds of local festivals. During the Labor Day weekend, stop by one of the largest—the Marshall County Blueberry Festival in Plymouth. Enjoy fireworks, hot air balloon race, parade, live entertainment, and shopping.
RV parks in Indiana often combine golfing with RVing and many of them have an adjacent course. Play at Walnut Creek and Club Run Golf Complex in Marion, given a Golf Digest 4 Star Rating. Golfers love the fact they can play 36 holes on one site. Indiana is home to famed golf course designer Pete Dye and many courses in the state bear his modern design and difficult holes. With 527 golf courses from which to choose, you're in golf heaven.
RVs and race tracks go hand in hand and one of the most famous in the world is the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the famed Indy 500 and Brickyard 400. While there, visit one of the many campgrounds in Indiana located near Indianapolis.