Camping Carmel INAre you looking for a quality camping destination under an hour from the Carmel, IN, area? Well, you’re in good hands. Our crew at Greenwood RV Rentals has a few suggestions on places to camp not far from our Carmel/Fishers location. Note that all these locations welcome motorhomes and campers.

White River Campground

Located right next door to Carmel, White River Campground is a fantastic place to pitch your popup camper. Not only is the campground close to almost everything, but it also has a ton of amenities, including canoe launch, hiking trails, playground, picnic areas, and more. They also have RV hookup, dump station, laundry facilities, and more. Sites typically cost between $25 and $30.

Sleepybear Campground

If you’re in the Carmel area for a concert at Klipsch Music Center and you want the full concert experience, then Sleepybear Campground is where you want to be. The facility is located right next to the Music Center, just a two minute walk away. They have everything you need for a fun night away, including hot showers, toilets, bonfires, around-the-clock security, and more. They welcome travel trailers, RVs, campers, and tent campers. Prices per site vary, so you will want to contact Sleepybear Campground directly for a rate.

Indianapolis KOA

Located on Indy’s east side, the Indianapolis KOA offers you the traditional KOA experience. You have everything you need to hook up your motorhome rental and enjoy easy camping near the city (while still feeling like you’re not IN the city). This KOA has a fitness center, dog park, swimming pool, bike rentals, and more. You’ll want to check the Indianapolis KOA website to check rates and availability.

No matter what brings you to Carmel, you can find a great place to camp only minutes away. If you need an RV for your trip, then look no further than Greenwood RV Rentals. We have motorhomes, travel trailers, and popup campers to fit your budget and your needs. To find out more or to make a reservation, contact us at (317) 413-0817, or book online.


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