As school begins and summer draws to a close, schedule one last minivacation at Tippecanoe River State Park. Whether you go for Labor Day weekend or for an early fall retreat, the wetlands, waterfalls, and dense forests of Tippecanoe are the perfect place to conclude summer.
Located just 2.5 hours north of Indianapolis, Indiana, Tippecanoe River State Park is a beautiful oasis with plenty to do. Below are some of the park’s best activities:
•Take a canoe trip: Bring your own canoe or rent one from local outfitters and splash around the Tippecanoe River. Remember to bring a waterproof camera; you’ll want to capture all of the beautiful views.
•Explore the trails: This park has over 22 miles of hiking trails ranging from easy to moderate. The trails will lead you to waterfalls, marshes, and forests — and many even bring you to a 90-foot fire tower. This impressive tower is open for climbing during compliant weather.
•Stay a while: Make a weekend of your trip by reserving one of the 112 electric campsites. Designed for camper rentals and RV rentals, these sites are comfortable and clean. Reserve a campsite online or call the park office at 574-946-3213.
Indianapolis RV Rentals
If you’re coming from the Indy area, pick up an affordable camper rental from Greenwood RV Rentals. We offer everything from small pop-up trailers to larger Class A and Class C motorhomes. Better yet our rates are incredibly affordable.