2019 Puma XLE 29FQC
2019 Puma XLE 29FQC
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Indian Lake State Park is located in central Ohio, between the towns and cities of Lima, Sidney, and Kenton. Named after several Native American tribes that called this area home, Indian Lake has long held a place in Ohio’s history. During the modern era, the lake was dammed, and in doing so, Indian Lake State Park has become one of the most frequented state parks in all of central Ohio.
The crystal clear waters of Indian Lake are perfect for both fishing and boating. The woodlands of oak and wildlife-rich marshes surrounding Indian Lake State Park are also a hiker’s and birdwatcher’s dream come true. All of this and more makes Indian Lake State Park the ideal place to take a rental RV in Ohio. Accessing the park with an RV rental is made even simpler with Highway 33 passing along its western fringes. Rent a camper near Indian Lake State Park and delight in this woodland and lakeside retreat. Search for an RV in Logan County and begin your Indian Lake State Park adventure.
The famously clear water of Indian Lake draws in hundreds of fishermen and women every year. The lake is home to a wide verity of fish species and many reaching record-breaking sizes. Many fishing tournaments are held on the lake during the summer months, and this is a testament to how good the fishing here can be. Indian Lake State Park campers can try their hands at catching largemouth bass, white bass, crappie, bluegill, crappie, channel catfish, and yellow perch. Anglers can fish from the extensive shoreline or take a boat out on the lake.
Along with the extremely fertile fishing, Indian Lake State Park is also a fantastic place for boaters. The park itself has four boat ramps, which are open all year round, and this makes accessing the water super simple. There is no horsepower limit at Indian Lake State Park, making the lake a great place for watersports such as jetskiing. Those motorhome camping without a boat of their own should not worry too much, Indian Lake State Park has pontoon boats that visitors can hire by the hour or by the day.
It is not only the lakeside recreation that draws visitors to Indian Lake State Park. The park is also a boundless natural wonderland, full of woodlands and marshes that are great for exploring. A network of hiking trails also crisscrosses the park, creating perfect routes for gazing at the majestic flora and trees that pepper the landscape. Keen birdwatchers and lovers of wildlife should also keep an eye out for the endless number of animals that can be seen in the park. These include migratory birds such as Canada geese, ducks, grebes, swans, egrets, and herons.
Those RV camping Indian Lake State Park will find a perfectly accommodating campground for RV campers. The campground consists of over 400 sites, and full 20, 30, 50 amp electric, water, and sewer hookups are provided at most of these sites. Facilities include a dump station, a dog run, flushing toilets, a shower block, laundry service, and an on-site general store.
Those who prefer not to camp directly within Indian Lake State Park itself will find numerous RV parks only a short drive from the park. Sun Valley Family Campground is only a few miles north of Indian Lake State Park and is an ideal place to set up camp. Full 20, 30, 50 amp electrical, water, and sewage hookups are also provided here. Facilities here include a dump station, flushing toilets, showers, a laundry service, and a swimming pool. There are also many pull-thru sites, meaning all sized rigs are welcome here.
The city of Lima is only a half an hour drive north from Indian Lake State Park and is home to many must-see sites and day trip opportunities. The Allen County Museum is a great place to visit when in the city and is the ideal place to go for lovers of local history. The museum has a plethora of displays and artifacts which cover a wide range of subjects. One of the most notable exhibitions is the 1930s replica of a county jail cell, one the once held Public Enemy number one, John Dillinger.
Those willing to make the hour drive south to the city of Columbus will be rewarded with a whole new selection of attractions. The Columbus Museum of Art is a great day out for lovers of all things, art, and culture. First opened in 1878, the Columbus Museum of Art has a long interesting history to match its abundance of artworks. Highlights of the museum include the Ferdinand Howald Collection of early modernist paintings and early cubist works from artists such as Pablo Picasso.
Once you have had your fill of museums and art galleries, head to the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. This is the ideal fun day out for the whole family, especially ones with younger children. The zoo is home to a wide range of animals, which are categorized by each continent. The North America section contains 15 large exhibits featuring a wetlands area and a massive 10,000 square foot songbird aviary. The zoo also has a children’s section dedicated to little ones learning about animals and what it takes to care for them.