2014 Rates:

Each site has electric and water, except for primitive sites.  Our regular open season is May through the first day of gun season (middle of November).  Camping is permitted beginning March 1.  Water to the sites and showers will not be on until May 1 (sooner if weather is permitting). Water is turned off after October. Winter water is available at the frost free hydrants.
  • Seasonal sites $1000
  • Seasonal Stalls
    • Standard: $125
    • Private: $225
  • Nightly sites (water & elec) $25
  • Nightly barn stall rentals $7.50
  • Nightly corral panel stalls $10, two 8x8 corrals placed around hitching rail
  • Primitive sites $15
  • Visitors or Day riders $10 per Rig-up to 6 horses and riders.. Access to all campground amenities is included.  Departure by 10pm.
  • Off-Season Camping (First day of gun season through end of Feb) Primitive Rates apply to all sites.
    • Contracted Seasonal Renters camp for half price during the Off-Season. 
  • HNF daily trail pass $5
  • HNF annual trail pass $35
  • Firewood: $15 full load, $7.50 1/2 load  Delivered to your site.

*All fees, except trail passes, are subject to IN sales tax of 7%*

Seasonal sites are for your immediate family (a father, a mother, sons and/or daughters).  Maximum of 6 per camp site. Sites may not be sub-leased, rented or loaned to non-contracted visitors. Indiana state law limits camping to 14 consecutive days. 

Seasonal renters agree to abide by campground rules.  Any changes or "remodeling" to your site must be approved first.  Renters leaving anything at the campsite (firewood, picnic tables, etc.) agree to place it out of the way so the site can be easily mowed.

Winter storage for seasonal campers is available from November through February for a flat fee of $100.  RV's are to be left unhooked from electric and water.

Deposit of $300 is due by October 31.  Remainder of balance is due by March 1, 2014. Winter storage fee is due by October 31.

Seasonal campers having visitors agree to be responsible for making sure the camp rules are followed and the area is left clean by those visiting.

Hoosier Horse Camp is not responsible for trailers, animals or any personal belongings left in campground.

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