Pine Creek Camp is in the West-central part of the state about twenty minutes West of Lafayette, IN. There are a number of fantastic attractions nearby to help compliment your visit.
Don’t miss a chance to visit one of the Midwest’s most prestigious universities, where renowned astronaut Neil Armstrong graduated. Home of the Boilermakers, Purdue University.
Visit historic Battleground, IN, where General Harrison clashed with Tecumseh in the early 1800’s.
Portland Arch Nature Preserve
Want a touch of natural beauty without the hassle of a State Park? Check out this small scenic canyon just south of Attica, IN.
Turkey Run State Park
Canyons in Indiana? Absolutely. Hike through some of Indiana’s beautiful and surprising rock formations or take a canoe trip down Sugar Creek.
Located in Battleground, IN, a trip to this park will lead you into the past and teach you about historic farm practices. See the way food was grown before tractors and combines were invented.
The Wabash Heritage Trail
This trail follows the Wabash River for over ten miles between Battleground Park and Fort Ouiatenon. While on your hike, be on the look out for beavers, herons, and bald eagles!
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2218 East 700 North
Pine Village, IN 47975
- Just 30 minutes west of Lafayette, IN
(Fees may apply to some of the services below)
- 332 acres of woodland
- Fire circles at each set of cabins
- 4 worship sites
- Miles of trails
- Big Pine Creek
- Abundant wildlife
- Marshmallow roasting sticks
- Basic athletic equipment (basketballs, etc).
- Large play field
- Small soccer goals