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Sometimes small is better, especially when it comes to camping. Your basic necessities and lots of tree cover equal a quiet and relaxing stay away from the crowds and the noise. If this is what you're looking for, then you should check out Dream Acres Campground near Monon, Indiana. This family and pet-friendly RV campground has campsites with partial hookups (individual sites may or may not have electrical or water hookups), and some of the sites may have pull-through access. The RV park has an on-site swimming pool, a necessity during the summer months, and a bathhouse with showers. Some of the sites allow tent camping, and some of the sites are for long-term seasonal campers.
Slightly farther out, you'll have access to Big Monon Creek and an urban park. If you need groceries or other items, Monon has gas stations, a veterinary clinic (in case your furry friend is feeling under the weather), a dollar store, and several churches you can admire or attend.
Search for an RV in White County, and you will have your choice of rental RVs that are perfectly suited to the Indiana countryside. Once you've chosen, jump behind the wheel and head for Tippecanoe River State Park, where you'll find miles and miles of trails for hiking and horseback riding in addition to water activities on the Tippecanoe River. Some of the trails are designated for hiking only, so be sure to pay attention to the signs if you don't want to startle equestrian riders. All of the trails are easy to moderate in difficulty and should be suitable for most people. Canoeing and kayaking are permitted on the river, but you will need to bring your own equipment or make rental arrangements in advance.
Willow Slough State Game Preserve is a nature refuge created from reclaimed land, some of which was used for farming; the territory once had a railroad running through its property, and the remains of an old station can still be seen. The park's primary recreational focus is on hunting, trapping, and fishing; licenses from these activities are used to help fund the restoration and maintenance of the property, but you can also enjoy primitive camping and picnicking within the park. If you like nature observation and nature photography, the area surrounding the park is comprised of wetlands and marshes, high sandy hills, and oak barrens. These diverse ecosystems attract a variety of wildlife, such as deer, wild turkey, hawks, and songbirds.
Prophetstown State Park is a 45-minute drive away when you're camping at Dream Acres Campground. It's a geological wonderland, its surface landscape having been created by glacial ice and running water over many thousands of years. It also has a deep historical significance, having been witness to an uprising against the European settlers who were forcing Native Americans off the land. The park has an operational 1920's-style farm that is open to the public who can witness how the settlers lived and also have access to exhibits portraying Native American culture. The park management is engaged in restoring much of the landscape, including wetlands, open prairie, and open woodlands.
Reynolds is a small town with a big reputation; it has been nicknamed Bio Town USA as a result of its involvement with a federal program that replaces mainstream energy sources with alternative energy sources like biodiesel and ethanol. The program is run jointly with Purdue University in nearby West Lafayette. It was chosen for the program partly due to its small size and population; yet, for such a small town, it has an impressive restaurant industry with numerous venues within town borders or a short distance away (suggesting its additional credibility as a tourist destination). If you stop here to refuel, you'll find family diners, rib joints, pub restaurants, and more.
Wolcott is a small town where you'll find history and architecture; some of its landmark buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and its post office has been in continuous operation since 1861. The town also has a reasonable but smaller selection of restaurants to choose from, some of which are commercial chain venues. You can dine here and follow dinner up with a relaxing walking tour of the town and its scenery.
Bigger isn't always better, although it may have its moments when you're standing in awe of a mountain or a lake. The campsites at Dream Acres Campground offer you the choice of a simple, relaxing stay from which you can venture out to experience whatever you wish.