2015 Forest River Cherokee Wolf Pup
2015 Forest River Cherokee Wolf Pup
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The town of New Carlisle, Indiana is located in northern Indiana, near the Indiana-Michigan border, and not too far away from Lake Michigan. This peaceful town is part of the South Bend-Mishawaka metropolitan area and it gives adventurers the ability to go boating or hiking during the day and head out on the town in the evening. If you’re a lover of history, or all things Midwest, you can spend some time exploring the New Carlisle Historic District, which proudly holds a place on the National Register of Historic Places. You can enjoy all that the Great Lakes region has to offer when you book an RV in New Carlisle.
When you book an RV rental near New Carlisle, you’ll have easy access to northern Indiana, southern Michigan, Lake Michigan, and so much more.
Along the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan is the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. This wonderful waterfront park spreads out over 15 miles of the lakeshore, and the protected beaches are some of the most spectacular in the Great Lakes region. Not only that, but visitors looking for a little more than just relaxing on the beach can go hiking through the wetlands that back lead up to the lakeshore.
About a half hour’s drive to the south of New Carlisle is Potato Creek State Park. Don’t let the size of this park fool you, there is quite a lot of exploratory potential packed into these 327 acres. Potato Creek seamlessly encompasses wetlands, woodlands, and prairies. With roughly 20 miles of trails, you can explore these various environments and the wildlife they support, such as the magnificent beech trees of the wetlands or the wildflowers of the prairie. Additionally, if you’re interested in stargazing, Potato Creek is one of the best spots in Indiana to do it.
If you’re willing to drive your New Carlisle RV rental by owner a little farther, Chain O’ Lakes State Park sits roughly 75 miles to the southeast of town near Albion. As one can guess from the name, Chain O’ Lakes State Park is home to a chain of nine lakes and offers the perfect destination for those interested in canoeing or kayaking. You can rent a non-motorized boat and explore this “chain o’ lakes” for yourself.
After you’ve hiked through the various ecosystems of Indiana and gone canoeing throughout the entire state, you’re going to need to find somewhere to park your motorhome rental near New Carlisle. Luckily enough, there are plenty of places in and around New Carlisle that offer you everything you’ll need.
On the north side of town is the scenic Lakeside RV Resort. With hookups, restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, and easy access to Hudson Lake, you can relax and watch the sun set over the lake as you enjoy some fishing.
Maple Ridge Campground is located near Potato Creek State Park. With your choice of partial or full hookup sites, bathhouses, and an on-site convenience store, you should be able to expect a comfortable stay. You’ll also have easy access to several nearby trails, Wi-Fi, and a variety of sporting activities such as disc golf, gaga, and basketball.
After you’ve explored the wonders of northern Indiana, turn your New Carlisle RV rental back to town and get a feel for the South Bend-Mishawaka metro area.
Head to the Potawatomi Zoo, Indiana’s oldest zoo, and you can see animals from North America and animals from as far as Australia. With a vast diversity of animal life and exhibits, there is definitely something for everyone to see at Potawatomi Zoo.
If you want to take a break and spend some time inside, then the Snite Museum of Art on the Notre Dame University campus may be the perfect place for you. Get lost and get inspired in the various galleries. With constantly rotating exhibits, you’ll never see the same thing twice, no matter how many times you return. Functioning as both a museum for the public and a teaching museum, Snite Museum of Art is sure to leave you inspired.
After all of the hiking and swimming you’re sure to do in northern Indiana, you’re going to need to refuel. Be sure to sit down to a colossal fried pork tenderloin sandwich. Don’t let the size of the pork tenderloin intimidate you too much, you’ll enjoy every bite of this Indiana classic.
Get started on your Indiana adventure and book a camper rental in New Carlisle today.