RV and Tent Camping In or Near Lincoln City, Indiana

Lincoln City is located about 125 miles southwest of downtown Indianapolis, Indiana and about 33 miles northeast of Evansville, Indiana. The population of this community is approximately 299 people in 2024.

A multitude of campers venture into the scenic landscapes and historical depths of Lincoln State Park, near Lincoln City, for an unparalleled camping experience.

This iconic park, standing proudly in southern Indiana, offers campers a unique blend of outdoor adventure and a deep dive into America’s past. Here, amidst rolling hills and lush woodlands, you’ll find expansive campgrounds designed for both RV and tent enthusiasts seeking to connect with nature and history.

The park is a living tribute to the youthful years of Abraham Lincoln, with trails that trace his early life and a homestead that brings history to life.

Beyond its historical allure, the park beckons with serene lakes ideal for fishing and swimming, and trails that offer breathtaking vistas and wildlife encounters.

Whether you’re drawn to the tranquility of nature, the thrill of outdoor activities, or the echoes of a bygone era, this park embodies a compelling invitation to explore the unique tapestry of America’s landscape and legacy.

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Lincoln State Park

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PLEASE NOTE: The listings below were accurate from an earlier time, but likely do not reflect all the amenities offered at this campground. Many campground facilities add or remove campsites and amenities over time. We strongly recommend you visit the DNR website at Lincoln State Park for all information, complete details and much more.

RV Camping
x148 Electric Sites
88 Non-Electric Sites
x30 & 50 Amp Service
xDump Station

Tent Camping
x31 Primitive Sites
xYouth Tent Camping

xBasketball Court
xBeach Bathhouse w/Restrooms
xx& Showers

xBoat DockxxBoat Launching Ramp
xCamp StorexxFire Rings
xFishing Pier**
xxFire/Lookout Tower
xFrost-Free Water Hydrants
xGrey Water Disposal StationxxGrills
xNature CenterxxNature Preserve
xPets WelcomexxPicnic Areas
xPicnic Shelters*xxPicnic Tables
xPit Toilets
xRestrooms and Showers

xSwimming BeachxxWater Stations
xCanoesxxGroup Cottages
xxLarge Cabins
xPaddleboatsxxRow Boats

Things To Do
xBoating w/Electric Trolling
xxMotor Only

xCanoeingxxChildren’s Playgrounds
xFishing**xxHiking Trails
xHorseshoe PitsxxKayaking
xPaddle BoatingxxPicnicking
xRow BoatingxxSwimming

Special Info
* – Picnic Shelters – Contact DNR facility regarding the probability
of Rental Fees.

** – Fishing – Requires State License.

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Nearby Eats & Other Fixins’
Brick Oven Pizza
Frosty’s Fun Center
St Nick’s Restaurant
Jimador Bar & Grill
The Chateau
Nearby Attractions
Holiday World
& Splashin’ Safari
Sun Outdoors Lake Rudolph
Christmas Lake Golf Course

Also, we list 4 additional campgrounds within a 15-mile radius of Lincoln City. All mileage numbers shown below are approximate.
The campgrounds are as follows:

Sun Outdoors Lake Rudolph
– 4 miles

Santa Claus, Indiana

Ferdinand State Forest**
– 15 miles

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

Scales Lake Park
– 15 miles

Boonville, Indiana

Pike State Forest**
– 15 miles

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

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