Hardin Ridge Recreation Area
The Hardin Ridge Recreation Area and campground, located in the Hoosier National Forest, is located 12 miles south of Bloomington, Indiana. All the sites are shaded and located not far from the 10,750-acre Monroe Reservoir, the largest lake in Indiana. There is a 300-foot sandy swimming beach with a convenient bathhouse. For the biking and hiking enthusiasts there is a 2-mile hiking and bicycle trail that starts at the day use area. There is also an amphitheater that hosts interpretive programs.
Hardin Ridge Recreation Area and Campground Address
6464 Hardin Ridge Rd
Heltonville, IN 47436
Hardin Ridge Recreation Area Contact Info
Number of sites
Hardin Ridge has 6 campground loops with a total of 200 sites. 37 of these sites are walk-in, primitive sites without hookups or adjacent parking.
The reservation dates and peak camping season is from mid May through the beginning of October.
Hardin Ridge Recreation Area and Campground Attractions
Water fountains, telephones, hot showers, flush toilets, centralized water, flush toilets, playground, fishing ponds, boat launch ramp, horseshoe Pit and firewood is available for a fee.
Hiking, fishing, hunting, boating, swimming, boating, interpretive programs, horseshoes and biking
For more information about the Hardin Ridge Recreation Area camping site visit the Hoosier National Forest website at Hardin Ridge Recreation Area