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Tippecanoe River State Park, Winamac

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  • It's a beautiful park with many things to do..... Horse trails.. Walking trials.... Watch tower to climb...... Wildlife galire.... Beautiful picnic area.... Camping sites  more »
  • Great park with lots of trees. Nice playground and activities for the kids at the nature center. Probably the only downside is no camp store or swimming facilities. But....if you're looking for a nice...  more »
  • I grew up going here and even volunteering in the nature center. I came back from California to have my wedding here. It's a beautiful park.  more »
  • Beautiful park. I like the fact that the cabins, rv and tents are in different parts of the park. The only tent camping spot is canoe camp, but have to have a kayak or canoe to camp there. It isn't far from the river and easy to access. Another down fall about the canoe camp is that you can't use the showers which are located in the RV camp. Staff is very helpful and friendly. Definitely would recommend this park for a weekend get away, pllenty to see and do.b
  • Had a family gathering. grand kids loved the playground. People were nice quiet at night.
  • Beautiful and clean. Lots of trails to explore. They have rental cabins, camp sites and a horse camp with beautiful trails for horses only.
  • This is a really nice park. It has lots of hiking trails, camping areas, cabins for rent, fishing, and a 90 foot fire tower to climb.
  • Staying here for 4th of July long weekend, it's a lovely quiet family campgrounds. DNR presences is seen throughout camp, but rarely heard. People are just mellow & friendly. Worthy of many more visits. One con, if you are a wifi junkie be sure & have your own dongle, because wifi here is zero to non existent.