Indian-Celina Lakes Recreation Area


 

About Indian-Celina Lakes Recreation Area

The Indian-Celina Lakes Recreation Area contains Celina Lake (164 acres) and Indian Lake (152 acres) and is encompassed by the 12 mile Two Lakes Loop Trail The recreation area offers camping, electric motor boating, fishing, and hiking, as well as the interesting historical Rickenbaugh House.
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Left, Indian Lake viewed from Two Lakes Loop trail at the south end of the lake. There is an earthen Dam holding back the water. Indian-Celina Lakes, Indiana.

Car Camping

Indian-Celina includes 63 individual sites divided into two loops (North and South). Each loop contains centralized water, flush toilets and hot showers. All the sites in South Slope are electric. The campground is open with all services from 4/15 to 10/15, then closes for the Winter. North Face Loop is open year-round, with no electric hookups or water available from 12/1 through 4/1. Vault toilets are available. A maximum of 2 vehicles (1 parks free) and 8 persons are allowed in single sites and 4 vehicles (2 park free) and 16 persons in double sites. An additional $4/vehicle fee is charged for extra vehicles. Some campsites may be reserved through the reservation system. Camping sites may not be reserved after 10/15. Camping is otherwise available on a first come basis. Click here for fees.

Trail Camping

Camping is allowed along the Two Lake Loop trail, but must be 300 ft from the trail. There are several nice sites around the lake and within the stands of pine trees.

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Frozen Lake

Indian Lake looking north from Two Lakes Loop Trail across the frozen surface during a heavy snow in February.

Last Modified 1/24/13

Indian-Celina LakesIndiana Contacts

Tell City Ranger District
248 15th Street
Tell City, IN 47586
(812) 547-7051
Fax (812) 547-6144

Getting There

Indian-Celina Lakes Recreation Area is located near Tell City Indiana. Take I-64 t0 (Exit 79). Proceed south on Indiana 37 about 2 miles to The Indian-Celina Lakes Recreation Area located on the right. Turn right into the park and take the next left to proceed to the North and South Slope campgrounds which will be located on the right.

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