Family Fun at Indian Trails Campground
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Indian Trails Campground has been family-owned since 1965, the campground prides itself on always being family-friendly and won’t tolerate disruptive behavior. There are so many experiences in this natural setting, the camp offers lots of themed weekends and activities. Climb to new heights, sleep under the stars, and see the sights.
Indian Trails Campground offers everything from biking and BMX track, hiking, river paddling, 15-acre fishing lake, playgrounds, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, mini-golf course, and even a game room! The campground has amenities to make memories that’ll last a lifetime.
In 2018 two new heated pools were installed with state of the art Ultraviolet sterilization system, which means the pools have the best water quality which makes for a great swimming environment for you and your family.
Once you’ve swum or floated to your heart’s content, head to the new log building to grab food and snacks. You’ll also find showers and bathrooms in the building. For those deciding to check out the campgrounds during the fall and winter when the weather is a little too cold for a swim, there is an indoor pool you can take a dip in.
The swimming pond is made up of two beaches, there are inflatables for water fun and also inflatables in the shallow area for the smaller kids to enjoy as well. Indian Trails Campground boasts a 15-acre fishing lake filled with bass, perch, crappie, and bluegills.
Kayak rentals are available for unique fishing trips around the lake, find your own favorite fishing spot. Rent a canoe to float around watching the wildlife. Your family or group can reserve solo or tandem kayaks and canoes for river trips, the trips will take you through wetland habitats, backwaters, and grasslands.
Meander your way down the river enjoying seeing the wildlife that calls the campground home. The sandbars are great to dock to take a little snack break or a few minutes to enjoy the moment. Once you’ve reached the end of the trip you’ll be picked up along with your gear and boat to take you back to Indian Trails.
The BMX track is full of dips, rolls, jumps, and turns. You’ll need a helmet to try your drift skills around the track but don’t worry if you didn’t bring one, helmets are available for rent at the camping office.
Indian Trails Campground offers Tiffany’s homemade donuts from Mothers Day to Labor Day. The restaurant menu sports appetizers, Angus burgers, fries, and endless cups of coffee. Save room for desserts like milkshakes, sundaes, root beer floats, banana splits, or malts. For families on the go you can grab nachos, a soft pretzel, or freshly popped popcorn.
If you think camping wouldn’t be something you’d enjoy you have the option of renting a cabin, kids tipi, teardrop. Pick a log cabin facing the water or a standard cabin with each cabin supporting a six-foot covered porch, picnic table, fire pit, grill, and freshwater faucet. Teardrop campers are for those who want to stay dry, get off the ground, and be cozy.
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