Heartland Resort Campground

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When you’re on vacation with an RV rental near Indianapolis, you can make Heartland Resort Campground your base camp. In the tranquil center of Indiana but only a 20-minute drive from Indianapolis, this is a convenient spot. What’s more, this campground is easily accessible via Interstate 70, and there are lots of family-friendly attractions just a stone’s throw away.

The RV park has over 200 shaded campsites. Most of the campsites are equipped with full hookups and suitable for big rigs. If you prefer, there are also water/electric campsites available (20/30/50 amp service). Other on-site facilities include a fueling station and a camp store that stocks firewood and RV supplies along with other necessities.

Its large banquet hall and clubhouse make Heartland Resort Campground a great choice for large groups, and the campground is also family and pet-friendly. Here you can make use of the sandy beach, golf courses, and an indoor pool. There’s even a video game room to keep the youngsters entertained while you’re camping with an RV.

The Great Outdoors

You can start your trip with one of the RV rentals in Hancock County by driving southwest to Brown County State Park. The park offers a wide range of recreational activities throughout the year, from horseback riding and mountain biking to cross-country skiing during the wintertime. There’s even a 75-mile hiking trail, the Yellow Trees Trail, which crosses the heart of Ogle Hollow Nature Preserve. Ogle Lake is also a top spot for canoeing and kayaking during the fall or ice skating in the winter. For nature lovers, Brown County State Park is an excellent spot for wildlife viewing and observing nature. The park is home to a large population of deer and broad-winged hawks. Plus, before you leave with the rental RV, you can climb one of the nine fire watchtowers for a bird's-eye view of the treetops.

Another place to add to your travel itinerary is Summit Lake State Park. It’s only a short drive away when you’re camping at Heartland Resort Campground. This mountainous state park occupies an area of over 2,600 acres near New Haven, encompassing preserved woodlands, Summit Lake, and multi-use trails. If you’re interested in discovering the region's flora and fauna or searching for rare birds, the interpretative programs offered at Summit Lake State Park will be ideal. If you prefer to discover the park independently, then you can use the marked hiking trails, take a swim in the lake, or put on your cross-country skis for the snowy season.

For something close to home, you can visit Fort Harrison State Park, located on the outskirts of Indianapolis. The park is open all year round. It’s most colorful during the spring when most of the woodland wildflowers will be in bloom, and during the fall, when the leaves light the forest with red and amber hues. Meanwhile, the summer months are perfect for canoeing on Fall Creek, and the winter provides opportunities for hillside sledding. Its shady trails are great for gentle walks or a morning jog, or you can bring your fellow campers for lunch in the park’s picnic areas. There are countless ways to enjoy the great outdoors when you camp in an RV near Indianapolis.

Explore the Area

There’s plenty to see around the city of Indianapolis too. One of the most impressive sights is the Indianapolis City Market. Housed inside Romanesque catacombs, the market opened in 1886 and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In this underground maze, you can dine at local eateries and shop for fresh produce. Alternatively, search for souvenirs at artisan booths and unique stores. If you’re RV camping between March and October, then you can also catch the weekly Wednesday farmers market on Main Street.

If you’re traveling with little ones, then you’ll want to stop by the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. It’s located just outside of the downtown area and boasts five full floors of interactive and educational exhibitions, plus plenty of fun activities. Kids can identify plants and footprints in the Dinosphere or step into a replica space station. There’s also an indoor play area for kids under five, and the museum organizes outdoor sports events throughout the summer season.

Another point of interest is the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. This urban trail is suitable for walking and cycling. It connects the six cultural districts of Indianapolis. This is the perfect way to enjoy the fresh air while getting to know the city. The eight-mile trail will take you into White River State Park, past historic architecture, and public art displays between Fountain Square and Mass Avenue.
There’s something to do in all four seasons when you rent a camper near Heartland Resort Campground.

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