Campgrounds & RV Parks
An Indy getaway will accommodate your love of the outdoors with a mix of parks and attractions that dial in adventure and unique experiences. Pack your shades, a water bottle, and use the Indiana State Fairgrounds as a launching pad to explore the city. The Fairgrounds offers the best of both worlds with an urban, outdoor experience with 170 hook-up sites for RV camping. Just minutes from downtown, visitors enjoy Lake Haven Retreat for both RV and primitive tent camping with full shower and laundry facilities onsite. Or take a less traditional path and stay in one of four upcycled shipping containers at Tiny Urban Escapes, designed with precision to connect guests with an outdoor garden oasis.
Exploring on foot or by bicycle not only keeps you on pace for fitness goals, but is also the best way to connect and uncover the places and spaces you might otherwise miss out on. Check out our guide to running & biking in Indy to map your next route.
- One of the nation's largest city parks, Eagle Creek Park covers over 3,900 acres of land on the northwest side of town. You’ll find hikers, birders, sailors, and cross-country skiers enjoying the park depending on the season.
- Fort Harrison State Park offers 1,700 acres of walking and jogging trails, picnic sites, fishing access to Fall Creek, and two national historic districts. Mountain bikers enjoy more than 15 miles of twists and hills on their trails.
- When fresh air is calling your name, Indianapolis is here to deliver. From hiking to biking to ziplining, use our guide to Indy Parks to plan your Indy trip.