Hardin Ridge

Hardin Ridge is one of Indiana’s top-rated campgrounds and a true gem. We’re located on the shores of beautiful Lake Monroe and offers spacious campsites, boating, swimming, fishing and so much more!

6464 Hardin Ridge Road
Heltonville, IN 47436

Site Info.


  • Standard Campsite (8 persons & 1 vehicle) – $20
  • Standard Campsite (Electric) – $27
  • Standard Campsite (Electric & Water) – $30
  • Double Campsite (Electric) – $43
  • Cabin Rental – $50 per night plus $75 deposit
  • Extra Vehicle Per Night – $5
  • Day Use Parking Per Vehicle – $5
  • Day Use Parking (Buses & Vans) – $5 for driver and $1 for each additional passenger
  • Annual Day Use Pass – $35
  • Picnic Pavilion – $25
    This facility accepts cash, checks and credit cards

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On the shores of Lake Monroe, Indiana’s largest lake, Hardin Ridge Recreation Area offers countless ways to enjoy the outdoors. Delight in swimming, boating and fishing at our day use area, or hike one of several trails within Hoosier National Forest.  The campground boasts 200 spacious campsites that accommodate anyone looking to spend a little time in the shade. Large, private tent sites are situated on the numerous that make Hardin Ridge look more like a forest in the mountains than the flat lands. Sun or shade, Hardin Ridge is the ultimate in the “family getaway”!  Don’t forget to visit our other campgrounds at Indian-Celina and Tipsaw!  For the best in Indiana campgrounds, check out these pristine locations.


FIND Adventure - On Site


  • Open April 15 – October 25 2020.
  • 200 spacious shaded sites
  • Cabin rentals (bedding not provided)
  • Modern facilities within walking distance of sites
  • Day use area with picnic shelters, swimming, playground and boating
  • Boat ramp

FIND Adventure - Off Site


  • Weekend Family Programs Memorial Day through Labor Day in the campground
  • Swimming, boating & fishing at Lake Monroe
  • Charles C. Deam Wilderness
  • Hickory Ridge Lookout Tower
  • Pioneer Mothers Memorial Forest
  • Lick Creek Settlement
  • Hemlock Cliffs
  • Wesley Chapel Gulf
  • Buffalo Trace
  • Clover Lick Barrens
  • Walking and Biking Trails

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