Have a fun family weekend outdoors. Prizes for campsite decoration, pumpkin decorating, chili cook-off, and corn hole tournament. Events include adult corn hole, pancake breakfast, kid’s target shoot, trick or treating, and a square and line dancing ball. Pumpkins and kettle corn for sale. Great family fun all weekend long. Email Trody@dnr.in.gov to register.
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Enjoy a family fall weekend outdoors. Prizes for best campsite decorations, dutch oven cooking contest, and family camp challenge. Entire weekend full of fun with pumpkins for sale, board game competitions, family challenge field event, crafts, trick or treating, flashlight tag, music and lots of fun. Register by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign up to compete in this triathlon. Call 765-473-6528 for details. Registration required.
Join us as we celebrate Christmas in July! We’ll also celebrate Smokey Bear’s birthday with fun events. Campsite decorating contest, sand sculpture, water games, and more. Call us for details.
Celebrate summer with us! Plan to arrive early as parking is limited. Friday night boat tours by registration. Events such as cornhole tournaments, youth pellet gun shoot, and disc golf. Bring lawn chairs, blankets and plenty of bug spray! An entire weekend of fun for the entire family. Call 260-468-2127 for registration and additional information.
Enjoy an evening of observing the stars in the night sky. Registration required. Call 260-468-2127 to register and for additional information.
Fishing derby for children age 2-14. Age categories are: 2-5 year, 6-10 year, and 11-14. Kids must be accompanied by an adult. Sign-in begins at 8:30am, fishing 9-10:30am, awards presented after. Adult fishing from 10-10:30am. Emphasis on fishing from the bank, fishing for family fun, nature ethics, catch & release. Prize for longest fish in…
14,386 acres and a 1,100 acre lake. Mississinewa Lake, one of the three Upper Wabash flood-control reservoirs, offers excellent fishing, hunting and boating opportunities in the heart of north-central Indiana. In addition to featuring a 400-plus-site campground and family cabins, Mississinewa was the first state property in Indiana to introduce seasonal camping, where visitors can retain…