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Peaceful Yurts Tucked into Hidden Valley near Bristow, Indiana
Yurts
Bristow, Indiana (United States of America)
Luxurious Lakeside Cabin for Family Vacation near Monticello, Indiana
Cabins
Monticello, Indiana (United States of America)
Idyllic Lakeside Glamping Cabin near Shakamak State Park, Indiana
Tented Cabins
Jasonville, Indiana (United States of America)

Visit Indiana: glamping getaways

Ever been glamping? Indiana, located in the Midwestern and Great Lakes region, is a great place to take your first glamping trip. It borders Lake Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Illinois. It forms part of the east-central lands that descend from the Appalachian Mountains down to the Mississippi River. The highest point is Hoosier Hill, at 1,257 feet above sea level. Indianapolis—affectionately known as “Indy”—is the state’s capital and home to the largest children’s museum in the world. So, forget about South Bend, Indiana hotels and get outside next weekend to explore with Glamping Hub.

Best places to go in Indiana

Indiana is home to three national parks and 27 state parks that make it attractive for all kinds of visitors. Eagle Creek Park is one of the largest municipal parks in the United States and offers activities that include sailing, windsurfing, birdwatching, biking, and much more. Don't miss out on Eagle Creek Park camping! The Indiana Caverns are the seventh-largest caves in the U.S. and offer boat and kayak tours. Buffalo Trace Park features a lake with a beach and a petting zoo for the young ones. For locals of Indiana, this is the best chance to go glamping 'near me' and see the best of its natural beauty. The best places to camp 'near me' are right here, so don't miss out.

Tourist attractions and monuments in Indiana

Indiana preserves unique cultural and historic sites, such as pre-Civil War architecture, as well as trails used by pioneers moving between states. Amish presence is also visible around Nappanee (the third largest Amish community in the state) where a model farm is on display. Indianapolis is home to The Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument—the first of its kind to be dedicated to the common soldier. Another interesting site is The Scottish Rite Cathedral: the largest building dedicated to Freemasonry in the U.S.

Best time of year to visit Indiana

Indiana’s seasons are firmly marked. January is the coldest month with temperatures that range between 15 and 21°F, whereas July is the warmest with temperatures averaging 80 to 83°F. Spring brings thunderstorms and tornadoes, but autumns are the most pleasant time of the year, as the skies are mostly sunny and humidity is low. May is the wettest month with rainfalls ranging from four to five inches across the state. No matter when you decide to visit, you're sure to have a great time. Book with Glamping Hub and find unique outdoor vacation rentals, the perfect alternative to a Nashville VRBO. Indiana and its great outdoors have so much to offer, glamping is the only way to go! Find campgrounds near Indianapolis and more Indiana camping sites here.

Top outdoor destinations in Indiana

Indiana is brimming with natural wonders. The Hoosier National Forest has a few wildlife viewing areas where tourists can spot white-tailed deer, fox, woodchuck, and much more. Bird species include turkey, pileated woodpecker, and migratory waterfowl. Indiana has fascinating geology, with some of the best karst landscapes in the U.S.; featuring ridges, towers, and fissures produced by erosion. What’s more, the canyon area of Hemlock Cliffs is home to sandstone cliffs and ravines, as well as a wide variety of plant life: such as wintergreen, mountain laurel, and wild geraniums. Find all this and more when you go glamping in Indiana; Glamping Hub has your next vacation rental here! When you visit the famous Indianapolis, luxury camping rentals are the perfect way to enjoy the area.

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