You can pitch a tent or find an RV site in many campgrounds located throughout the state. Most campgrounds offer tours and hosts events. South Bend East KOA in Granger has RV sites, tent sites and cabin units. Activities on-site include kayaking, golf, swimming, hiking and Amish Country Heritage Trail Driving Tours.
Campground amenities vary depending on the campsite you choose. South Bend East KOA offers guests many site amenities including swimming pool, nature trails, patio sites, cable TV, bicycle rentals and free wireless Internet.
Anglers can choose from many of Indiana's rivers and lakes to find productive fishing. Lake Michigan, its tributaries and the Ohio River are some of the most well-known fishing grounds in the state. Chain O' Lakes State Park in Albion offers campsites where guests can easily access eight connecting lakes for fishing and boating.
You can fish for different species in Indiana's waters. Black bass, yellow bass, bluegill, crappie, walleye, northern pike and yellow perch inhabit the state's waters.
You need a valid fishing license to fish in Indiana's streams, public lakes, rivers, boundary waters and tributaries. If fishing for salmon or trout from public waters, a stamp is also required, according to Indiana Department of Natural Resources.