Where can you disperse camp in Indiana?
Top Indiana Dispersed CampgroundsTurkey Run State Park Campground. 55 Reviews.Dunewood Campground. 57 Reviews.Brown County. 45 Reviews.Pokagon. 39 Reviews.Chain O Lakes State Park. 39 Reviews.Indiana Dunes National Park. 38 Reviews.Grandpas Farm. 2 Reviews.Clifty Falls State Park. 31 Reviews.More items
Is it legal to camp along a river?
Brush up on your LNT knowledge. Dispersed camping is allowed in a one-mile perimeter away from campgrounds and 100 feet from any stream. Dont sleep on the side of the road – its usually illegal. To prevent resource damage, keep your campsite within 150 feet from a roadway.
What is Boondocking in Indiana?
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.