How to use this Camping Directory September 9 - October 16, 2016 Celebrate “One” Indiana The Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay is designed to inspire and unify Hoosiers as one of the major commemorative events of the 2016 Bicentennial celebration. Hoosiers will also symbolically “pass the torch” connecting generations to IGNITE our future. Nominate a Torchbearer The Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay was created to honor Hoosiers who have demonstrated exceptional public service, achievement, acts of heroism and/or volunteer service to their neighborhood, community, region or state. Torchbearers will be Hoosiers, representing all walks of life. More than 1,800 torchbearers will be selected to carry the torch. The torch will be primarily transported by people, passing the ﬂame from torch bearer to torch bearer. The relay will also employ other modes of conveyance that are symbolic of the history and heritage of Indiana, including watercraft, farm equipment, a racecar, horse and wagon, antique automobile, and others. Patterned after the Olympic Torch Relay, Indiana’s version will pass through all 92 of the state’s counties, cover 2300 miles over a ﬁve week period, averaging 72 miles per day. Celebrations Along the Route Festivities will vary from town to town, as communities celebrate the torch in their own special way. A specialized Mobile Visitors Center will be created to accompany the torch on its journey. The relay will culminate in Indianapolis on the Statehouse Grounds, with a special welcome ceremony and celebration. Join the festivities and celebrate “One” Indiana with fellow Hoosiers. The success of this initiative will depend on the broad-based participation and cooperation from cities and towns across the state. http://www.in.gov/ibc/2330.htm 2 www.campindiana.com TABLE OF CONTENTS Page 2 Page 4-13 Page 13-16 Page 16-17 Page 18-19 Page 20-25 Page 25-26 Page 27-31 Page 31-32 Page 33 Page 34-35 Indiana's Attractions Northern Region (Green) Western Region (Gray) Eastern Region (Blue) Regional Indiana Map Eastern Region (Cont'd) Central Region (Orange) Southern Region (Yellow) Associate/Affiliate Members Camp Indiana Rewards Index of Campgrounds Published by the Indiana Campground Owners Association, Inc., to provide the Traveling Public with information on great places to visit and stay in Indiana. To be included in this publication contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or write us at 3657 W US 24, Remington, IN 47977 Disclaimer: ICOA is a non-profit association representing privately owned campgrounds. The association is not responsible for actions, procedures or operations of its members. 3 www.campindiana.com 3 INTRODUCTION TO INDIANA CAMPGROUND OWNERS ASSOCIATION Cities are listed alphabetically within each colored region of the state. Regions are color coded with the tabs at the edge of each listing. Tab color corresponds with regional map on page 18 & 19.