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There is an added benefit to RV camping in a state park: step out of your rental RV door, and everything you need and want is right at your feet. Whitewater Memorial Campground provides this convenience in a rustic setting with all the necessities such as restrooms and showers, electrical hookups, and lots and lots of quiet. Some sites are primitive (no hookups) for those who don't need them, and some are ADA accessible. Behind the RV park, you'll find a trail for hiking and horseback riding that connects to other trails that wind through Whitewater Memorial State Park.
The RV campground is a short walking distance from the beach where you can swim or work on a suntan, and only a little farther from the boat launch and fishing pier (you can rent boats on-site if you don't have your own). The park is open to the public year-round, and in the winter, you can enjoy ice fishing. Whitewater Memorial State Park has numerous areas where you can enjoy a picnic, sites where you will have unobstructed views of the lake and points of interest throughout. There are cabins for rent if you're so inclined and some of the campground's sites allow tent camping. If you need groceries or other supplies, the town of Liberty is only a few minutes away.
Search for an RV in Union County, and you will be one step closer to the vacation of your dreams. Once your vacation has begun, start by taking your RV rental for a spin on the highway; there is nothing that compares to driving an RV. Your first stop should be the Mounds State Recreation Area, one of two such areas on Brookville Lake near the town of Brookville. This is a popular stop for fishing, where it's said the walleye grow so big that fisheries biologists farm the eggs to supply fish stock to other state lakes. Hiking trails will take you around the lake perimeter, or you can relax and enjoy the beach.
Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge is an idyllic destination for bird lovers, but you'll also have a chance to observe other wildlife such as river otters and explore the landscape. Big Oaks consists of grasslands and flatwood forests, but you'll also find small caves which you can observe from a distance (the caves are closed to the public in order to protect their ecosystems). Park staff offer outdoor education programs to the public, which you can participate in.
Versailles State Park is a cultivated park nestled in an area rich in history as well as nature. The area was prominent during the Civil War when Confederate forces briefly took control of the town of Versailles; the park was one of many built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. If water activities are your thing, you can rent canoes, kayaks, and boats to paddle the lake or enjoy fishing; if not, there are trails granting you an opportunity to hike or go mountain biking. A scenic overlook at the park's dam gives you a bird's-eye view of the herons and other wildlife that live here.
As the day winds down and dinner becomes more imminent, you should consider checking out the town of Connersville, which is the birthplace of the creator of the logic game Sudoku. This small but friendly town has a bird sanctuary and a nature preserve where you can view the resident animals from a slightly closer distance, a community flea market, and a vintage diesel locomotive train that offers rides to a nearby restored community and character actors who re-enact scenes from the Old West. The town's restaurant scene has a number of venues on hand, many of which are family-friendly and most of which are moderately priced to inexpensive. There are bistros and pizzerias, Mexican and Asian spots, and a selection of places that offer good old-fashioned Southern cooking.
Richmond was an important city in the music scene and has been nicknamed “The Cradle of Recorded Jazz” (Gennett Records recorded many famous jazz musicians here). Today the city has a historical museum and a Ford Model T museum, an arboretum and rose garden, a winery, and more. You could dine here and follow dinner with a walking tour of the town; the town's restaurant industry has Indian and Thai establishments, barbecue joints and steakhouses, and a handful of places that specialize in breakfast (if you happen to be here before starting your day).
Start your vacation with the basics, a quiet campground with basic necessities and access to nature, history, and culture, and you are sure to come away with memories that will last a lifetime. Whitewater Memorial Campground is waiting for you and offers exactly that.