RV and Tent Camping In Lagro, Indiana

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St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, founded in 1836. Photo by Chris Light at English Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 3.0, LinkCLICK IMAGE FOR LARGER PICTURE.

Lagro is located about 74 miles northeast of downtown Indianapolis, and about 35 miles southwest of Fort Wayne. The population of Lagro in 2010 was 415 people.

The St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church, pictured above, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. More information about Lagro can be found at Wikipedia by CLICKING HERE.

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Camping Links In Lagro


Salamonie River State Forest

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Average Google review

rating was 5.0 out of 5 as of 08/13/18.

Tent Camping
x21 Primitive Sites
xSelf Check-In Stations w/Fee

Horsemen’s Campground
x15 Primitive Sites
xSelf Check-In Stations w/Fee
xAccess to the Salamonie River
xBoat LaunchxxxBridle Trails
xDrinking WaterxxxFire Rings
xGrillsxxxHiking Trails
xPets WelcomexxxPicnic Area
xPicnic TablesxxxPit Toilets
xShelterhouse*xxxWater Fountains
Things To Do
xBoating w/Electric Trolling Motor Only
xCanoeingxxxChildren’s Playground
xCross-Country Skiing
xHorseback Riding
Special Info
* – Picnic Shelter – Contact DNR facility
xxregarding the probability of Rental Fees.

** – Fishing – Requires State License.

of the Salamonie River State Forest.

PLEASE NOTE: The listings above are accurate as of 08/17/19, but do not reflect all the amenities offered at this campground. Also, many campground facilities add or remove campsites and amenities over time. We strongly recommend you visit this DNR website at the Salamonie River State Forest for all information, complete details and much more.

This state forest is for primitive camping only. There are no hook-ups for RVs.

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Other campgrounds within 57 miles of…..
Salamonie River State Forest

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Double ** indicates special information about RV camping or days of campground operation. In most cases, but not all, RV camping is prohibited. It is highly recommended to click on the campground website link.

Salamonie Lake7 miles
Kil-So-Quah State Recreation Area17 miles
Camp Timber Lake20 miles
Woody’s Spillway Camp & Bait21 miles
Mississinewa Lake (Reservoir)23 miles
Sports Lake Campground 30 miles
Bluffton/Fort Wayne South KOA32 miles
Ouabache State Park38 miles
Hidden Lake Resort34 miles
Tall Sycamore Campgrounds 36 miles
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park37 miles
Hartford City
Wildwood Outdoor Escape38 miles
Pike Lake Campground39 miles
Hoffman Lake Campground46 miles
Hoosier Land Park41 miles
Lakeview Campground44 miles
Blue Lake Campground45 miles
Fort Wayne
Johnny Appleseed Campground 46 miles
Chain O’ Lakes State Park52 miles
Springhill Campground & Pay Pit52 miles
Anderson/Muncie KOA
54 miles
Mounds State Park
56 miles
Indian Springs Campground57 miles


Nearby Eats & Other Fixin’s
Penguin Point
Wabash Pizza King
Nearby Attractions
Hathaway Preserve At Ross Run
Kokiwanee Nature Preserve
Salamonie Lake

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