Indian-Celina & Tipsaw Recreation Areas offer a unique experience for those who wish to camp or just spend the day. Boasting the Two Lakes Trail and historic Rickenbaugh House, this area has been called Southern Indiana’s hidden gem.
Open April – October
Day Use — Parking $5
Day Use – Busses & Vans – $25
Annual Pass – $35
Picnic Pavilion – $25
If you’re looking for the ultimate in weekend getaway or summer vacation spots in Indiana, look no further than Indian-Celina & Tipsaw Recreation Areas. Both areas are on beautiful lakes and offer the perfect opportunity to swim, boat, fish and picnic. Numerous hiking trails begin in the recreation areas, offering you a moment of solitude within Hoosier National Forest. For those looking for a bit of history, the Rickenbaugh House, a sandstone block house dating back to 1874 is open periodically during the summer months to accommodate the curious. Looking for something else to do? French Lick Casino is only a few minutes away. Tour Baden Springs and Santa Clause, IN, also nearby. For more camping a little further north, check out Hardin Ridge Campground near Bloomington!
From St. Croix, Indiana, travel south on State Route 37 about 2 miles to the Indian-Celina Recreation Area sign. Turn right and continue to the campground.
Located 6 miles south of Interstate 64 off State Highway 37. Turn at the large entrance sign. The recreation area is a couple miles down this road. Continue down the road to the gatehouse and the recreation complex.
If you need further driving instructions, please contact the campground.
These facilities accept cash, checks and credit cards.
Being a campground host is an exciting opportunity to enjoy the outdoors, meet new friends and provide assistance and information to visitors.