September 7, 2023
There’s a lot to like about camping at Caboose Lake Campground in Remington, Indiana.
Whether you’re just stopping at this camping location in northwest Indiana for a night, the weekend, or longer, you can have your choice of 115 RV sites and 10 rental units (RVs or cabins), and they’re all either right on the water or provide an awesome view of the lake.
Here are four things you’ll like if you go camping at Caboose Lake Campground.
1. Caboose Lake
Picture yourself waking up to an amazing view of a 20-acre lake that is just a few short steps away from your campsite. But there’s much more to do than look at Caboose Lake – you’ll want to get out there and experience it for yourself!
Lots of fun water activities await you, including swimming, fishing, boating, and canoeing. You can rent a boat or paddleboat to start your water adventures at Caboose Lake.
2. Fun Family Activities
Whether you’re camping with children, or are just a kid at heart, the Caboose Lake Campground offers beach fun for the whole family – as long as you love to feel the sand between your toes.
Check out the Summer Beach Family Fun Zone, which offers an extreme basketball game, a huge inflatable playground and water slide, and bumper boats.
Other fun non-beach activities include volleyball and horseshoes. Need to refuel or cool down? Visit Caboose Lake Campground’s concession stand.
Note: You’ll need to buy wristbands from the campground to enjoy most of these activities. Prices vary depending on when and how long you stay.
3. Pets Are Welcome
Camping with a pet? Caboose Lake allows you to bring yours.
Your dog will enjoy swimming in the lake near your campsite just as much as you will! Or simply play fetch with your best friend on the well-maintained grounds.
4. Plenty Of Things To Do Nearby
Although you won’t discover much near Caboose Lake (aside from I-65), there’s plenty of fun to be had a few miles away.
The Indiana Beach Amusement Resort is located about 20 minutes away, and is home to rides, games, and other family fun. Two nearby lakes, Lake Freeman and Lake Shafer, offer even more fun water adventures like boating, skiing and fishing.
You can also have a unique experience at Fair Oaks Dairy Farm, where you can learn about dairy farming and taste their fresh cheese and milk products.
There are plenty of other things to do, including visiting local antique shops, or taking part in local festivals during certain seasons.
Caboose Lake Campground: Now Accepting Reservations!
Caboose Lake Campground is open year-round. Visit Camp Native’s Caboose Lake Campground profile if you’d like to find out more about this great campground.
Ready to go?