at Marengo Cave
Marengo Cave offers camping for tents and RVs (under 24 ft). We have 15 sites all with 30 amp electric. Each site has a picnic table, fire ring and a charcoal grill. Sites 1-8 also have a gazebo on them. We have a small stream that runs beside the camp sites. There is a shower house within walking distance.
Cave Country Canoes camping area is a beautiful grassy, tree-lined field on the banks of the Blue River. water is within carrying distance to your tent site. It is a primitive camping. We have a new shower house and bathrooms.
7 Diversified Parks, 700+ Acres
Providing southern Indiana and the greater Louisville Ky metropolitan area a place to relax and get away from the normal hustle and bustle of today’s hectic lifestyle. Whether you want to fish, camp, swim, play softball, tennis, basketball, canoe, paddle boat or just enjoy a quiet family picnic, we have something fun for everyone.
Harrison County Parks are open year round, whether you want to stay in a cozy cabin at Buffalo Trace Park, camp or just enjoy one of our walking trails. The new Harrison County Discovery Center is open daily too, located in downtown Corydon Indiana, just across the street from the original Indiana State Capital.
200,000 acres of forested hills, rocky ravines, limestone cliffs, winding streams, and picturesque lakes create an outdoor-lover’s paradise. The area abounds with opportunites for hiking, biking, backpacking, camping, horseback riding, fishing, boating, swimming, hunting and much more
Nestled in 26,000 acres of the Harrison-Crawford State Forest
O’Bannon Woods State Park lies in the central and extreme southern part of the state, bordering the Ohio River.
Our campground features 281 electrical sites, 47 horseman non-electric sites, 25 primitive non-electric sites, a
group camp with 100-beds, and dumping station.
Linking the Natural and Cultural World
Water flowing from several cave springs led to the founding of an industrial village in the early 1800s. Pioneer entrepreneurs took advantage of a constant water source that never froze, using it to power several gristmills, a wool mill, a saw mill, and a distillery. In turn, pioneer settlers shaped the landscape around the village, clearing land for agriculture and timber.
Spring Mill State Park offers a powerful illustration of the link between the natural and cultural worlds. The water flowing from several cave springs led to the founding of an industrial village in the early 1800s. Pioneer entrepreneurs took advantage of a constant water source that never froze, using it to power several gristmills, a wool mill, a saw mill, and a distillery. In turn, pioneer settlers shaped the landscape around the village, clearing land for agriculture and timber.
Electric / 187 sites
Primitive / 36 sites
Youth Tent Areas