Timberline Valley RV Resort
Nestled in 80 acres of beautiful countryside in Anderson, Indiana, is Timberline Valley RV Resort. There are 95 sites here, all of which are wide and have full hookup, a fire ring, and a picnic table. There are clean restrooms and showers in the resort, and you can get WiFi. If you want to spend the day here, take advantage of the lake and the two ponds, where you can swim and fish. There is a catch and release policy, and large bass, carp, and many other fish can be found here. The White River fronts about a mile of the resort, and there is a 13-acre island on the river to explore. If you enjoy walking, this place is ideal as there are many hiking trails, along which you might be lucky enough to see deer. There is also a playground for the kids. The city of Anderson has plenty of great restaurants and bars, as well as a small shopping mall. a museum, and parks. Why not go and visit the Anderson speedway or the Hoosier Park Racing and Casino? One thing you won't be here, is bored.
Located near Fishers, Glowood Campground is a quiet and affordable RV and camping park where you can relax and take a break from the modern world around you. A perfect complement to your camping adventure, you can take advantage of the many restrooms and clean shower facility, onsite RV services, and even a family-friendly playground located right on site. Don?t forget to explore your surroundings by taking a brisk walk along the clean and quiet trails or seeing what the locals do for fun every day. You will make new friends as you explore the campground, as many locals consider this location to be a home away from home. You aren?t far from restaurants, parks, and other entertainment that the area has to offer, and the friendly staff at the campground are happy to show you the best places to check out. Enjoy quiet luxury, whether you want to stay a single night or several weeks.
White River Campground
Relax by a placid river at White River Campground, located just 20 miles northwest of Carmel. This campground is just one part of the larger River Road County Park. The site itself encompasses 26 acres of forested terrain that is ideal for hiking, canoeing, bird-watching, or wildlife viewing. Many aspects of the park are inspired by the ancient history of this site, which is steeped in the archaic traditions of the Woodland People. As you travel through the park, you notice much of the decor was inspired by the artistic traditions of its first residents. Sites have ample space, and are designed for enjoying the peace and quiet of the outdoors. Picnic tables and shelters on the site are convenient gathering spaces for friends and family. Daily and weekly rates are available for RVs, and guests can choose from sites with full hookups, those with just electrical and water, or opt for rustic campsites. There is also a boat launch, dump house, recreation room and shelter house available for guests to use for a small extra fee.
Mounds State Park
Mounds State Park, located off I-69 east of Anderson, features 10 unique earthworks built by prehistoric Indians known as the Adena-Hopewell people. The largest earthwork, the Great Mound, is believed to have been constructed around 160 B.C. Archaeological surveys indicate the mounds were used as gathering for religious ceremonies, from where astronomical alignments could be viewed. RV Camping sites features pull-through sites, big rig access, tent camping, restrooms, showers. Facilities include hookups and connectivity, 30 amp/ 50 amp, water, sewer, and wi-fi. This is a family friendly environment. Pets are welcome. Recreational opportunities include walking trails, recreation room, gym/workout facilities, beach access, marina, and boat ramp. During the summer, the swimming pool and splash pad are open, and in the winter, you can sled down the hills. Mounds State Park is the perfect spot for an RV vacation. The Park has everything you need to make your stay cozy and comfortable. You can enjoy the peace and serenity of the Park and you are only minutes away from Anderson.