Campsites and RV Parks in Indiana

Indiana is the \"Hoosier\" State...The Crossroads of America and the Eastern Gateway to Chicago and America\'s Great Heartland. The state flower is the peony, state bird is the cardinal, state tree is the tulip tree, state song is \"On the Banks of the Wabash\", state poem is \"Indiana\", state stone is limestone and state river is the Wabash River. The word \"Indiana\" means \"land of the Indians\". Home to the Notre Dame University, Indiana U. and Indiana Sate U. and many other smaller Colleges and Universities.

The Capital City in the Ccenter of the state is Indianapolis, home of the Indianapolis 500 Motor Racing Track and the Brickyard 500. Other professional sports teams make the state their home. the Indianapolis Colts, the Indiana Fever, Indiana Firebirds, and the Indiana Pacers (NBA)

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TWIN MILLS CAMPING RESORT is a premier destination located in Howe, Indiana just off Interstate 9. TWIN MILLS is in North East Indiana and is an easy drive from Chicago, Indianapolis, and locations in Michigan. Elkhart, Indiana is the RV capital of the US and is 40 miles to the west, and Notre Dame, known for football and high academics, is located in nearby South Bend. Area attractionsinclude 20 parks with over 250 acres of green space and 10 historical museums. Ideal Beach Water Park is located minutes away with many amenitiesincluding a beach, 350 ft. twin corkscrew waterslides, rental canoes, and kayaks. Located just outside of Howe, Indiana is Wild Winds Buffalo Farm where you can take a tour of the 400-acre open preserve land by horseback. Also located nearby is the Heritage Trail Amish County where you can take a trip back in time and enjoy a 90-mile audio tour through main streets and back roads. Shipshewana is seven miles away and is the largest Amish settlement in the US. Visit the famous Shishewana Flea Market or the many antique shops in town. There are over 460 shopping boutiques and stores located in the area.

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