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When you are planning to book an RV in Grant County, you’ll need a place to make your temporary home, and the Three Springs Campground is an excellent choice. This Corinth campground has been recognized with the Camper’s Choice award from RoverPass and other local awards. It offers an in-ground pool, hiking and horseback trails, guided nature hikes, streams, security cameras, and a well-stocked camp store with fresh coffee. Other campground amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a dump station, a honey wagon, and Wi-Fi.
RV sites are back-in with water and electric hookups, picnic tables, and fire rings. Service is 20, 30, or 50 amp. Sites back to streams and are large and shaded with mature trees, and the campground is pet-friendly. Vacation packages and installment plans are available too.
You can easily access the Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge near Madison when you are camping at Three Springs Campground. It’s a great place to savor spectacular natural beauty. Habitats include grasslands, flatwoods, and caves. The refuge covers over 50,000 acres and incorporates the Indiana Air National Guard’s air-to-ground bombing range. There is also the 165-acre Old Timbers Lake. The refuge supports over 200 species of birds and 40 species of mammals including the federally endangered Indiana bat, the river otter, cerulean warblers, and state-endangered Henslow’s sparrows. Outdoor recreational opportunities here include hunting and fishing, wildlife viewing, and nature photography. There are also two self-guided tours with interpretive signage. Environmental education and interpretive programming include habitat protection, stewardship, and natural resources appreciation. Guided van tours and special interest tours such as birding, wildflower hikes, and historical walks are available.
Hoosier National Forest is also an excellent choice with your Corinth camper rental. The relatively small national forest covers 203,000 acres and features rolling hills, the historic Buffalo Trace pathway, Buzzard Roost, Hemlock Cliffs, the Hickory Ridge Lookout Tower, Sundance Lake, an orienteering area, and the Lick Creek African-American Settlement. Recreational opportunities here include beaches, hiking and biking, climbing, hunting and fishing, picnicking, photography, and nature and wildlife viewing. Maps and brochures are available at the ranger district office or downloadable. Special events and educational programming for all ages are held throughout the year.
Daniel Boone National Forest boasts some of the most rugged terrain west of the Appalachians, including sandstone cliffs, narrow ravines, and steep forested slopes. Experience this for yourself when you camp in an RV near Corinth. Highlights of this national forest include Cave Run Lake, Laurel River Lake, Lake Cumberland, Red River Gorge, Clifty Wilderness Area, Beaver Creek Wilderness Area, and the Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail. Recreational opportunities here are many and varied, such as hiking, biking, rock climbing, hunting and fishing, picnicking and scenic driving, water sports, winter sports, and nature viewing and photography. There are also environmental education and ranger-led programs for all ages.
The Ark Encounter attracts visitors from all over the world, and you can be one of them when you are RV camping at Three Springs Campground. This family-friendly theme park features a restaurant, a zoo, and zip lines but, of course, the main attraction is the life-sized recreation of Noah’s Ark with three decks of world-class teaching exhibits. Daily presentations and special events are suitable for all ages. The sister property features exhibits, botanical gardens, a planetarium, dinosaur bones, and more. The restaurant offers a casual buffet, and the gift shop offers apparel and merchandise, educational materials, gifts and souvenirs, toys, stuffed animals, and handmade crafts.
If you’re looking for big-city attractions and amenities and a change of pace, head out to nearby Louisville. This sophisticated, diverse city offers horse racing, museums, galleries, Victorian mansions, a zoo, parks, retail therapy, restaurants, distilleries, factory tours, and much more. There will be something here for every member of your group whether you are traveling with your loved one, with family, on a girls’ or guys’ weekend, or making your own adventure. Be sure to check out the Greater Louisville Metro Chamber of Commerce and Louisville Tourism for up-to-date information on local attractions, events, businesses, and visitors’ guides.
There are plenty of restaurants near the RV campgrounds where you can enjoy the best of what the area has to offer, such as family-friendly home cooking, authentic barbecue, contemporary and traditional Southern-style cuisine, and pizza and ethnic eateries. Your fuel tank will eventually need to be refilled too, and you can find either gasoline or diesel at any of the local convenience stores, truck stops, and service stations.