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Lincoln Trail State Park features a combination of important U.S. history and beautiful Illinois countryside that anybody considering an RV rental near Terre Haute will love. This state park has historical significance as it features part of the trail Abraham Lincoln and his family used to travel from Kentucky to Illinois. Prior to Lincoln visiting the area, this region was settled by many native tribes, including Kickapoo and Miami Native Americans, until the late 1700s.

As well as having an abundance of history, Lincoln Trail State Park is perfect for those looking for a peaceful vacation. When you book an RV in Clark County, you'll have access to the serene Lincoln Trail Lake, steep gorges, and lush pine forests. You'll also be close to many other stunning state parks, including Walnut Point State Park and Shakamak State Park. If you'd prefer to visit some of the region's vibrant cities, Terre Haute and Indianapolis are within driving distance and offer tons of fun activities.

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Lincoln Trail State Park is ideal for those who enjoy hiking, watersports, and appreciating nature. One of the main features of Lincoln Trail State Park is Lincoln Trail Lake, which stretches for over 140 acres across the Illinois countryside. The lake's many fingers mean there are over seven miles of shoreline to explore. This lake is ideal for small boats, and boat and dock rentals are available from concession stands. Anglers will love Lincoln Trail Lake, too, and there's a wide array of fish up for grabs, including sunfish, crappie, catfish, and more.

During your trip with a motorhome rental near Lincoln Trail State Park, you'll want to explore some of the park's hiking trails. For casual hikers, there's a short half-mile-long trail that leads up staircases and along bridges, where hikers can enjoy a panoramic view of the forest below. If you're looking for a longer trek, there's a challenging two-mile trail that leads through the park's dense forest. If you're visiting during the winter, six miles of roadway become ideal for cross-country skiing.

Alternatively, if you're just looking to relax when you rent a campervan near Lincoln Trail State Park, you can take advantage of the park's picnic areas. There are many shaded picnic tables, many of which are well-equipped with toilets, grills, tables, and more. Four sheltered picnic areas also have access to electricity, and there's even a playground for kids to enjoy. If you'd rather have a sit-down meal, near the boat docks is a restaurant where you can chow down on some comfort food, or purchase some snacks for the road.

Camping at Lincoln Trail State Park

Lincoln Trail State Park campers will have access to some beautiful natural areas which will make this a unique RV camping experience. There are over 150 campsites scattered across the park, located either by the lake or in the forest. Each campsite has 30/50 amp electric hookups. Water and sewer hookups are unavailable; however, water hydrants, dump stations, and toilets are open to campers.

The campground at Lincoln Trail State Park also allows dogs, so you can bring your pup along to explore the great outdoors. All campsites at Lincoln Trail State Park have back-in access. While the campground doesn't have many on-site activities, campers will be minutes from the lake and hiking trails, as well as concession stands where they can rent a boat or purchase supplies.

Exploring the Area

Terre Haute campers will be close to some exciting cities that offer unique excursions for the whole family. Terre Haute has a variety of activities to enjoy. If you're looking for a unique activity, consider stopping by the Swope Art Museum. This museum has over 2,500 pieces of art in its permanent collection and focuses mainly on American art. There are some famous names on display, including Edward Hopper, Andy Warhol, and Eva Hesse, making this museum well-worth visiting if you're in town. Alternatively, you may be looking for a fun activity for kids. The Terre Haute Children's Museum features interactive exhibits concerning the history and science, ranging from how airflow works to digging for fossils. This museum is great for kids to learn and have fun at the same time.

You may want to visit one of the bigger cities in the region during your RV rental vacation near Terre Haute. Indianapolis is one of the biggest cities around and features an array of interesting excursions. The Indianapolis Zoo is a popular attraction and contains over 300 different species of animals from around the world. Some of the critters on display include red pandas, Amur tigers, and sloths. There are also rollercoasters and thrill rides if you want to get your adrenaline pumping.

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