RV Campgrounds in Kokomo, Indiana

RV Campgrounds in Kokomo, Indiana
Deep in the Midwest it can be challenging finding fun and stimulating outdoor recreation. In a land known mostly for its flatness, finding hiking trails and nature walks can be rewarding. Kokomo, Indiana, is one of those spots. Located near rivers, lakes, and abundant outdoor recreation spots, this town and surrounding area can make a traveler want to hold off on their itinerary.

Beaver Point Camping & Fishing

Beaver Point is a family run campground. Three generations of the family can be found running the office, the general store and maintaining the property. The site holds a few primitive RV sites that do come with full hookups for electricity and water, but dumping is prohibited. In addition to the 80 acres of pristine land, the RV park comes with a 23-three acre lake--stocked and ready for all anglers. If you get cabin fever and need a change, try the Nickel Plate Trail which runs a full 38 miles up to Rochester, Indiana. Perhaps a shorter in-and-out trip on the trail would be recommended.

Beaver Point Camping & Fishing
10162E 500S (Howard County)
Windfall, IN 46076
(765) 945-7815
www.beaverpointcampground.com/

Honey Bear Hollow

Honey Bear Hollow is a member of the Indiana Campground Owners Association. Amenities at this RV site include: 105 sites, dumping and pumping stations, game room, laundry, hayrides and a large pavilion for picnicking. The park is great for kids and families and, if you get tired of the game room, you can sample one of the many hiking trails located on site. These trails are non-strenuous, so bringing along the little ones is of no concern.

Honey Bear Hollow
4252 W. 200 N.
Peru, IN 46970-7569
(765)473-4342
www.campindiana.com/Campgrounds/HoneyBear.html

Mississinewa Campground

Mississinewa Campground is located a bit outside of Kokomo--about 15 miles. However, the seclusion from the town is well worth the drive in to get groceries. Little Weesau Creek runs right next to the campground. You can stroll alongside on the nature trail and spot the flora and fauna. Or stop over to Plothrow Pond and take a dip or try your luck with your rod. In any case, the campground comes equipped with many RV sites, most of which are pull-through with full hookups, and a general store.

Mississinewa Campground
6440 E. 500 S.
Marion, IN 46953
www.hikercentral.com/campgrounds/104877.html

Article Written By Duncan Jenkins

Based in Eugene, Ore., Duncan Jenkins has been writing finance-related articles since 2008. His specialties include personal finance advice, mortgage/equity loans and credit management. Jenkins obtained his bachelor's degree in English from Clark University.

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