When you rent a motorhome from Greenwood RV Rentals & Sales, you don’t have to limit your camping fun only to the summer months. In fact, one of the best places to camp during the winter months can be found in Northern Indiana at Pokagon State Park. “What’s the draw?” you might ask. Well, we have two words for you: toboggan run.
What is tobogganing?
A toboggan is a sled that’s used for sledding down a man-made refrigerated run. Unlike traditional sledding, you don’t have to wait around for the snow to enjoy it. The run is refrigerated, which makes it fun, fast, and slick throughout the toboggan season. Sledders at Pokagon get to enjoy a quarter mile sled run that drops you over 90 feet. This Indiana attraction draws over 90,000 sledders each year.
When is it open?
The Toboggan Run at Pokagon State Park in Angola, IN, is open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from the day after Thanksgiving through the end of February, although these dates might vary slightly from year to year. Be sure to check the Pokagon Toboggan Run website for more up-to-date hours and pricing info.
Does Pokagon have camping?
Yes! Pokagon State Park has a campground that’s open year-round. It has over 200 campsites, most of which come equipped with full electric hookup for your RV rental. We definitely recommend that you opt for the travel trailer or motorhome this time of year in order to make sure you stay warm and cozy while you’re not tobogganing.
How do I book an RV?
Ready to head up to Pokagon for some sledding fun? Contact Greenwood RV Rentals today at (317) 413-0817 to speak with one of our staff members, or make a reservation online at your convenience. We’ll be glad to help you find just the RV to make your winter adventure to Pokagon State Park a fun (and cozy) one.
“Toboggan Run at Pokagon State Park.” Web page. IN.gov. Web. 4 October. 2017.
“Pokagon State Park.” Web page. IN.gov. Web. 4 October. 2017.
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