S&H Campground has been the go-to destination in central Indiana for family fun and memories since 1968. The Campground is nestled along Sugar Creek just 20 minutes from Indianapolis. All camping styles are welcome, from primitive tents to luxurious motorhomes, and we also offer cabin and RV rentals along with facilities to accommodate groups and rallies. In addition to standard campground amenities and activities such as hiking, fishing, and swimming, S&H provides guests with a variety of planned events to enhance the camping experience. S&H is a family-owned campground community, and they encourage campers to share the fun through live music, outdoor movies, and even magic shows. Serving campers is a priority, which is why theyhave rented RVs to guests and provided on-site camper repairs for decades. Their rental fleet is diverse ? with motorhomes, travel trailers, and pop-up campers? and changes often as RV owners join our consignment program. S&H?s certified technicians keep the rental RVs in pristine condition, and they also provide mobile RV service within an hour?s drive of our Greenfield location.
Columbian Park Zoo
A visit to the Columbian Park Zoo in Lafayette is a great way to spend the day with family and friends. The Zoo?s mission is to encourage the appreciation of the world?s wildlife, to enhance the preservation and conservation of biodiversity and to inspire educational discovery and exploration in a fun, family-oriented environment for all citizens of the Greater Lafayette Area. Their collection of animals covers the whole globe. The Columbian Park Zoo has a long history in Indiana. The park was renamed in 1892 to ?Columbian Park? after the Chicago World?s Fair. The fair celebrated the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus? discovery of America. The park officially opened in 1893. Rush Pavilion and the original boathouse were constructed in 1899. One of the popular attractions at the Zoo is the Historic Animal House. The Historic Animal House of Columbian Park Zoo was built in 1928 and has housed a variety of animals from small birds up to an elephant. Today, although the interior is no longer open to the public, it provides important housing for off-exhibit animals and breeding programs, as well as inside living quarters for primates. Patrons can see several species alongside the exterior Animal House, including spider monkeys, gibbons, and porcupines.
Indiana Beach Camp Resort
Gary, Indiana is an industrial town, and if you want to find a peaceful RV location you will have to do a little driving. Indiana Beach Camp Resort is located in Monticello, Indiana which is 81 miles south of Gary. Indiana Beach Camp Resort is very warm and welcoming.. They offer a variety of tent and RV camping sites along with cabins. Full service sites with 30 or 50-amp electric service, water, and sewer connections are available with pull through drives capable of handling the largest RV on the road today. Tent site services range from primitive with no services to full service sites previously described. A camp store is on site along with TV cable, a small fee for Wi-Fi, and propane service. Free transportation to Indiana Beach Boardwalk Resort is provided along with gate admission via Ferry Boat or Trolley. You will appreciate the peace and serenity of Indiana Beach Camp Resort after spending the day in Gary.
Wolfe's Leisure Time Campground
For more than half a century, Wolfe?s Leisure Time campground has welcomed tent campers, RV enthusiasts, and motor home drivers to this forested oasis on the shores of the Wabash River. There are a wide variety of sites that include waterfront, wooded, or shaded options, many with full utility hookups or a choice of just water and electrical. The camp store can also refill your propane tank while you stock up on essentials like firewood, ice, and snacks. Other on-site amenities include a concession stand and game room, a swimming pool, and two playgrounds. Guests can enjoy the best of Central Indiana?s wilderness while boating on river and exploring the nearby Prophetstown State Park via various hiking trails. The river is ideal for fishing and recreational boating, so bring along your watercraft, as the venue is also equipped with a boat launch. Extra activities during the summer season include hayrides, and planned events that include potluck dinners and the Best Campfire Contest.
It's always a thrill to stay at a KOA and at Crawfordsville KOA offers a peaceful, scenic setting to enjoy while you spend time in Indiana. Crawfordsville is about 30 miles south of Lafayette. I Old country roads lead to over 30 covered bridges as well as old mills and small Indiana towns full of antiques. The Campground is a place that the family dog will enjoy. The animal-loving staff offers a pet-walking service too. You will enjoy relaxing at your campsite, whether it's a long, shady pull thru or a cozy Camping Cabin. The peaceful country setting includes many trees and a kaleidoscope of colorful flowers. The pool and playground keep guests of all ages entertained.RV facilities include 60 spaces, gravel sites, (50), 30/50 amp, pull-thrus (48), full hookups (30), and back-ins (30 x 45). The KOA also features a fire pit and pavilion. You also find canoe rentals, hiking trails, horseback riding and lovely state parks nearby.
The Haan Mansion Museum of Indiana Art
The Haan Mansion Museum of Indiana Art in Lafayette is dedicated to the art and artists of Indiana. The Mansion was originally the State of Connecticut building at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. Connecticut chose architect Edward T. Hapgood to design the building. The state wanted their pavilion to represent a country gentleman's home, and the architect patterned the building after the 1820 Sigourney Mansion in Hartford. Many components were taken from the 1760 Hubbard-Slater Mansion in Norwich including the front entryway, various interior columns, and door capitals. The mansion was designed and built to be moved after the World's Fair. It was dismantled and moved to Lafayette, Indiana, immediately after the Fair by Mr. and Mrs.William Potter and became their personal residence. There are only 15 known buildings surviving from the Fair, and the Haan Mansion is most true to its original design and purpose of the 13 buildings removed from the grounds. Tours are offered Wednesday through Saturday from 1 pm to 4 pm.