Two lakes within the recreation area to fish and boat in. During mid August, Celine lake has freshwater Jellyfish that you can catch. Campsites nice!
This was a very quiet campsite in southern Indiana. We had a hard time finding dispered camping in the national Forest so we settled for this site. There was one other site occupied in the middle of the week so it was definitely quiet. Gravel platform for pitching a tent. Clean bathrooms with flush toilets and sinks which were nice.
Each site was spacious and not jammed up against other sites. It is very family oriented with plenty of friendly campers. The restrooms could use a facelift, but were clean and adequate. I camped in the north loop and enjoyed the beautiful forest setting. The campground is just off the highway, but I never heard any road noise. I enjoyed hiking the trail between the North and South loops.
Indian Lake is co-located with Celina Lake and two campground.
Once you turn off of IN37 you just keep straight to get to Indian Lake. Along the long twisty road there are several parking spots to pull off and access the Two Rivers Trail which is a 15 mile loop around both lakes. You can disperse camp for $5 a night at least 300 ft off the trail.
We visited Indian Lake while we were in the area and it is the boatramp, small float dock, parking area and pit toilet only. No picnic tables, no swimming, not much shore line to speak of. The lake looked nice and with the electric motor restriction it was very quiet. Definitely not as busy as Celina Lake while we were there.
Also in the area there is a Citgo for basic supplies and Tell City further south for Wally World and food choices.
The forestry is awesome. Campgrounds are clean some with electric. Not much of a crowd for the weekend I was there. The lakes are nice for fishing in a boat. Not much bank space to fish. The trails are cry nice. The making of some could be better. Over all a great place to stay and camp and do outdoor activities.
I came here for a reunion for with a group of old friends. The campsite is quite nice and is equipped with fire rings and restrooms. They do offer short hikes with cuts through the trees
We really enjoyed the hiking at this site. The trails were long, but not too difficult, but slightly overgrown. The had very pretty views of the lake