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This was our third time visiting Tipsaw lake. The camp ground hosts, campsites and bah house's we're great as usual! We were blessed with wonderful weather this weekend! This place is a hidden gem and we highly recommend it!
We only stayed for two nights but will definitely be going back soon. The Jackpine loop, per several other recommendations, was where we stayed and weren't disappointed. The camp host were nice and the bathrooms very clean. Even the toilet paper was as good as...More
The area and park are nice. A bit spread out. A view of the lake would be nice. No campsite near the lake. Playground area needs some work. Mostly the couple f host we encountered were rude and pushy. An older man was very talkative...More
Our family has been camping at Tipsaw Recreation Area for over ten years. We love the size of the sites, the modern restrooms and shower facilities, the beautiful and well taken care of beach area, and the wonderful wildlife that greets us each and everytime...More
Went to Tipsaw Lake to Hike. The six mile trail was well marked trail that pretty much followed the lake shore completely around the lake. It was a moderately easy trail that went though or started at the lakefront park depending on where you started....More
Tipsaw Lake Recreation Area is within the Hoosier National Forest. This hidden gem is seldom full. The campsites are now able to be reserved online. There are some sites with water and electric, some with only electric, and some primitive. There are no sites with...More
I really loved this facility with the great camping spots, new bathhouse improvements, and the lake area. The campinfg was always fun but busy, and the great campfires at night. Sometimes the Milky Way was in full bloom at night and what a sight to...More
My wife and I are novice mountain bikers. Last year we took the Tipsaw Trail, and were quite surprised by it. We had read that the trail was beginner to moderate, and went away feeling as though we had been through hell and back. Not...More