Need to get away from it all? FIND yourself at Indian-Celina and you’ll discover one of southern Indiana’s hidden beauties. Indian-Celina Recreation Area offers visitors some of the best camping, boating, fishing, and swimming around, and is nestled deep within the 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. Best of all, the area offers other amazing opportunities such as Splashin’ Safari, Holiday World, Two Lakes Hiking Trail, and much more. For more camping a little further north, check out Hardin Ridge Campground near Bloomington!
Standard/Interagency & Senior Discounts
Standard Campsite (8 Persons & 1 Vehicle) — $21 / $10.50
Standard Campsite (Electric) — $28/$18
Standard Campsite (Electric & Water) — $31/$21
Double Campsite (16 Persons & 2 Vehicles) — $41
Double Campsite (Electric) — $44
Each additional car —$5/day
Day Use — Parking – $5
Day Use – Busses & Vans – $5 + $1 per person
Annual Pass – $35/$17.50
Picnic Pavilion – $40
Season passes are available. Click here to purchase.
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.
The Indian-Celina Recreation Area is spacious and mostly shaded for tents and RVs.
Some shelters are large enough to accommodate groups.
Largemouth Bass, Catfish, Crappie, Walleye, and Bluegill
Being a campground host is an exciting opportunity to enjoy the outdoors, meet new friends and provide assistance and information to visitors.