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If it’s a camping vacation you’re after and want to find the perfect place for relaxation, fun, and beautiful nature, then it’s time to book an RV in Boone County, so you can experience the amazing Indiana countryside. You’ll also be able to camp at Old Mill Run Park Campground, a family-run RV park with all sorts of great things to do. Sit down by the fishing pond while the kids are at one of the playgrounds, play a game of horseshoes or try out the five-hole golf course, or join in one of the activities such as hayrides, gem mining, or seasonal fun - you might even meet the Easter Bunny. There’s a canteen, a heated pool, and pets are allowed, so everyone will feel at home at this RV campground.
Your motorhome rental will have what it needs as well, seeing as there are pull-through sites with full hookups to choose from. You don’t have to worry about size either, seeing as big rigs can be accommodated here. There are restrooms, of course, and laundry facilities in case you got a bit muddy at the volleyball court, and also a camp store where you can pick up refreshments and snacks. What about being connected? Don’t worry - you’ll have WiFi when RV camping at Old Mill Run Park Campground.
You and your RV rental will be located just outside of Thorntown, a small town with the biggest of hearts. You also won’t be far from Darlington, another charming town, or you could give Colfax a visit. Would you like to spend some time in a bigger city? Then head to Lafayette or Indianapolis. You can also drive around the beautiful fields, play some golf, or get a real small-town experience with museums, events, and markets.
While camping at Old Mill Run Park Campground, you won’t be starved for amazing nature, especially not since the Keewasakee Trail begins and ends in Thorntown itself. Parts of this great trail are paved, allowing you to hike, bike, and rollerblade, whereas other bits have a natural surface. You’ll cross beautiful bridges, be able to find both bike racks and park benches, and you’ll also be surrounded by both panoramic views of farmland as well as rare wildlife such as sage or cattail. This trail might just be the perfect mix of urban and rural.
When you get an RV rental in Thorntown, you won’t be far from the great Lake Michigan, so you can head north to Washington Park Beach. If you’re at all into outdoor recreation you’ll love this place: beaches stretching out for miles and trails for hiking and biking, as well as opportunities for both boating and fishing. Clean your catch at the cleaning station before checking out the art, monuments, and amphitheater, all while the kids are having a blast at the splash park. There’s also a zoo, so you’ll have no problem getting everyone into the rental RV.
On your way north, you might as well park your camper rental at Prophetstown State Park and enjoy the stunning area for a bit. Hike on tall grass and wildflower prairie, through woodlands and wetlands, and across rivers, while watching the rich wildlife - don’t forget the birds. You can also visit the Native American village, have a picnic, or play at the ADA-accessible playground or, you can attend one of the events such as scarecrow strolls, a fall festival, and various programs where you can learn about the surrounding nature.
When getting an RV rental near Old Mill Run Park Campground, you’ll have many great things and activities to choose from, and you can start in the charming town of Thorntown. First up is the Thorntown Heritage Museum, where you can learn about the history of the area and see old tools and needlework, among many other items. If you want to know even more, just head to the library, which is packed with local information.
Any arts fans renting a motorhome rental in Thorntown need to check out the Suger Creek Art Center where you can find the most delightful gifts for your loved ones, and if you want even more entertainment and culture, you should try to be in town for the Festival of the Turning Leaves. Listen to live music, watch the fireworks and the parade, and see what other events and vendors are on. If you haven’t had enough yet, pop to Darlington, and its Fish Fry & Festival where you can have your face painted and see who becomes the Darlington’s Sweetheart.
As you can see, it would be silly not to go on an RV vacation in Boone County, so book that rental motorhome today.