HOOSIER FOREST – Three recreation areas within the Hoosier – Hardin Ridge, Tipsaw, and Indian-Celina, will have slight fee increases for their campgrounds in the 2022 season.
According to FIND Outdoors, the nonprofit that manages all three recreation areas, the increase is in full cooperation with the US Forest Service partners that work closely with FIND. FIND Outdoors, a 50-year old organization that specializes in recreational opportunities on public lands has operated the three recreation areas for over a decade and shows no signs of slowing down.
Hardin Ridge, the largest of the three, is a hub of outdoor activities including a swimming beach, playground, spacious campsites, boat ramp, and an amphitheater for programs.
Tipsaw and Indian-Celina, although smaller than Hardin Ridge, are well-known for their fishing, swimming, hiking, and laid-back personalities.
The new pricing for the 2022 Hoosier National Forest campgrounds will be as follows:
- Single Standard Campsite: $21/night
- Single Electric Campsite: $28/night
- Standard Double Campsite: $41/night
- Standard Electric Double Campsite: $44/night
- RV Nonelectric Campsite: $21/night
- RV Electric Campsite: $31/night
- Group Shelter Nonelectric: $40/day
- Group Shelter Electric: $47/day
- Cabin Rentals: $55/night
To learn more about the amazing opportunities at Hardin Ridge, Tipsaw, and Indian-Celina Recreation Areas, visit www.gofindoutdoors.org, or find them on Facebook and Instagram. To make a reservation for the 2022 season, please visit www.recreation.gov.
About FIND Outdoors
FIND Outdoors, formerly the Cradle of Forestry in America Interpretive Association, is a 50-year-old 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Pisgah Forest, NC. We serve over 900,000 visitors annually with a mission that promotes educational, recreational, and interpretive opportunities about forest and water resources, natural history, and the Cradle of Forestry in America. FIND Outdoors proudly manages campgrounds, visitor centers, sales outlets, and educational facilities on public lands in North Carolina, Kentucky, Georgia, and Indiana and the Northwest Trading Post
on the Blue Ridge Parkway. FIND accomplishes its mission by providing exceptional outdoor
experiences through partnership opportunities for the health, safety and education of all visitors
to local and regional public and private lands.