From the bloggers at Outside Interests.
Want to get away from it all, and do it for free? Saddle Lake Recreation Area in the Hoosier National Forest in Southern Indiana “is a hidden gem for free camping in a part of the country where it’s harder to find,” states a 5-star Campendium review.
The forested sites at Saddle Lake Recreation Area in Indiana are primitive and geared toward tent campers, but “we could easily fit our 17′ TT into 75% of the spots, and there is one larger site that had a smaller Class A camped on it,” reported Campendium reviewer “Drivin’ & Vibin’”.
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