If you’re looking for a way to step away from the hustle and bustle of the world for a few days and really relax, consider visiting Lincoln State Park in Lincoln City, Indiana. A camping adventure will allow you to explore the very woods where young Abe Lincoln walked as a boy, and it’s right down the road from Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari in Santa Claus, Indiana!
The 1,747-acre park gives you and your family opportunities to connect with nature as you camp, fish, boat, hike, play on the playground, and simply enjoy the natural beauty and scenery that we often take for granted. Watch a brief video about Lincoln State Park here.
What are your camping needs? Lincoln State Park has both electric and non-electric campsites, family cabins, and group accommodations available, so you’re covered no matter what your style! Kids and adults alike will enjoy the Nature Center and visiting the Bicentennial Plaza, which illustrates Abraham Lincoln’s growth from boy to man.
And don’t forget to catch a show at Lincoln Amphitheatre, located right inside Lincoln State Park!
Have questions? Call Lincoln State Park at (812) 937-4710 or contact the Visitors Bureau at (888) 444-9252. Visit Lincoln State Park and enjoy.