Potato Creek Campground

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Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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Potato Creek Campground is located near South Bend and Elkhart in the northern region of Indiana. It is a beautiful RV campground surrounded by the greenery of Potato Creek State Park, with numerous outdoor recreational opportunities. Close to the campground is also Lake Michigan, and Fort Wayne is about a 90-minute drive away. When you book an RV rental in St. Joseph County, Indiana, you'll have the opportunity to visit all the wonderful natural parks and attractions as well as urban areas.

The campsites at Potato Creek Campground are equipped with electrical hookups, and there is a water filling station on-site. Sites with pull-through access are available, and both big rigs and tents can be accommodated at the campground. In the park, you will find a camp store, clean restrooms and showers, fire rings and propane, picnic tables, and so much more. This park is family-friendly and has a nice playground, recreational trails, a lake where you can go fishing, boating, swimming, and more. Pets are also welcome here.

Potato Creek State Park has two boat ramps, a bicycle trail, hiking trails, and a nature center. Here you can enjoy wildlife watching, nature observing, fishing, and boating. The park is open year-round, and in the wintertime, you can enjoy cross-country skiing, ice fishing, and snowboarding.

The Great Outdoors

Indiana Dunes National Park is a one-of-a-kind natural area covering 15,000 acres of dunes, wetlands, prairies, rivers, and forests. On the southeast shore of Lake Michigan, this beautiful area is only about an hour's drive west when you are RV camping at Potato Creek Campground. There are over 50 miles of multi-purpose trails where you can go hiking, bicycling, and jogging. The park's sandy beach is a great place for bird watching, flying kites, kayaking, canoeing, or fishing. For kids, you can find fun junior ranger programs, or you can enjoy family camping and go picnicking on the shore.

Edmund and Virginia Ball Nature Preserve is approximately an hour's drive from Potato Creek State Park. On the west side of this park is Tippecanoe Lake, and on the east side is James Lake. These two lakes and the many others nearby make this location the area's best place for fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and other water sports. The nature preserve is one of the largest wetland systems in the state, and it includes open marsh, tall shrub swamp, and red maple swamp. The islands are covered in black oak mostly, providing habitat to many animal and fish species. Here you can have a great time nature and bird watching, so don’t forget to bring your binoculars and cameras.

Tippecanoe River State Park is less than an hour's drive south of Potato Creek Campground. The most popular activity here is canoeing and kayaking on the Tippecanoe River, because of its beautiful course and scenic surroundings. There are also 23 miles of trails dedicated to hiking and horseback riding. Fishing is allowed in the river, and in the wintertime, you can try ice fishing or winter sports like cross-country skiing. The park is great for wildlife watching as well, or camping and picnicking.

Exploring the City

Studebaker National Museum is one of many attractions you can visit when campervan camping at Potato Creek Campground. The museum's collection features items from the automobile and related industries. Here you will see many vehicles, archives, and other artifacts and memorabilia. This 55,000-square-foot facility has three levels with multiple galleries and storage facilities where you can see permanent and temporary exhibitions, including The First Source Bank Presidental Carriage Collection, The Original Collection, and The Military Collection.

The Snite Museum of Art is a wonderful museum that is part of one of the finest universities in the United States, the University of Notre Dame. The 70,000-square-foot building has a central three-story core, plus the Ivan Mestrovic Studio and the O'Shaughnessy Galleries. Here you can see artwork highlighting a variety of styles and eras, including Medieval, Renaissance, pieces from the 19th century, and so much more. The museum also has an amazing collection of Latino, African, African-American, and Native North American artwork on display.

South Bend is also home to the Potawatomi Zoo, which is an excellent place to spend an afternoon with the family. This is the oldest zoo in Indiana, and here you can see more than 450 animals and join special events and educational classes. Animals living here include Bactrian camels, okapi, snow leopards, alpacas, Amur tigers, emus, and so many more.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Potato Creek Trail 3, INPotato Creek State Park, IN
  • Rum Village Pathway, INSouth Bend, IN
  • Greenway, INPlymouth, IN
  • Madeline Bertrand: Green Trail, MINiles, MI
  • Cobus Prairie Loop Trail, INGranger, IN
  • Indiana Amish Heartland: Nappanee to Goshen, INNappanee, IN
  • Cobus Creek Outer Loop Trail, INGranger, IN
  • Mud Lake Bog, MINiles, MI
  • Fernwoods Botanical Gardens Loop, MIBuchanan, MI
  • Boot Lake Trail, INElkhart, IN

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