Address 1: P.O. Box 327
City: Battle Ground
Open all Year: Yes
Number of Sites: 110
Full Hook: 55
Camp URL: http://www.in.gov/dnr/parklake/2971.htm
Full Hook: Yes
Located where the Tippecanoe River meets the Wabash near Battle Ground, Indiana, the park’s landscape has been shaped by ice from the glaciers, moving water, fire that helped maintain the vast tallgrass prairie and human hands. Native Americans hunted and lived along the two rivers for thousands of years. French trappers and traders found the land teeming with wildlife, and European farmers discovered that the rich, deep prairie soils grew healthy corn and wheat.
Through our unique partnership with Historic Prophetstown, visitors can discover 1920s farm lifestyles and take a stroll through a restored prairie. We are restoring native habitats at Prophetstown, such as wetlands, wet slopes called fens, prairie and open woodlands. We are creating places for you to enjoy the outdoors, with camping, hiking, birding and biking sure to top the list in the months to come.
Entrance fees now include admittance into Prophetstown State Park and Historic Prophetstown.
Activities and Facilities
Interpretive Naturalist Services (seasonal)
Full Hook-up: 55 sites
Electric: 55 sites