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Indiana Dunes Camping

Please note: Indiana's Governor Eric Holcomb has issued an executive order (20-18) to close all campgrounds to visitors throughout the state of Indiana until further notice. People at campgrounds who reside in recreational vehicles (RVs) and cabins and have no other place of residence may remain at the campground.

Should you need a place to stay in the South Shore, please visit our hotels page and use the CDCs recommendations on social distancing and staying healthy.

Camping in the Indiana Dunes is a fantastic way to get away from it all. Visitors can enjoy Lake Michigan's magnificent beaches and the natural beauty of the Indiana Dunes National Park and Indiana Dunes State Park.

Indiana Dunes State Park Campground

  • Open year round
  • 140 sites
  • Full electric hookup
  • Less than a mile from the beach
  • Most sites are fully or partially shaded
  • Two heated restrooms and shower houses 
  • Reservations allowed

The park has many special events, including Glamping Weekend. Glamping, short for glamorous camping, is a way to experience the splendor of the outdoors without forgoing the luxuries you can't live without. Weekend programs include a camping recipe tasting and exchange, important women in dunes history, beach glass jewelry making and more. Check our Indiana Dunes events page for upcoming events.
 


Indiana Dunes National Park's Dunewood Campground 

  • Open April 1st through October 31st
  • 54 conventional drive-in sites
  • 13 walk-in sites
  • No electric or water hook-up
  • Just over a mile south of Lake Michigan
  • Each site is large, private and beautifully wooded 
  • Sites have a large fire pit and picnic table
  • Modern accessible restrooms and showers 
  • Half of the sites are reservable; the rest are first-come, first-serve

Plan your next camping trip at the Indiana Dunes and enjoy a calming respite from the bustle of everyday life. It's fun for the whole family!