We’d like to you to meet our newest Camping Zone – the Midwest. In our efforts to get everyone into the camping zone, we’ve re-aligned a few zones and created a zone specific to the heartland of our country.
The Midwest Zone will include a total of thirteen campgrounds – four in Wisconsin, three in Indiana, two in both Michigan and Ohio, and one each in Illinois and Kentucky. From locations near Wisconsin’s popular Dells and Door County to a picturesque Kentucky location that is just minutes from the entrance to Mammoth Cave, there’s a range of things to see and do in this newest zone.
Please note that Kentucky’s Diamond Caverns campground has been moved from the Southeast Zone to the Midwest and our campgrounds in Illinois, Indiana and Michigan have moved from the Northeast to the Midwest. Southeast Zone Pass holders will still have access Diamond Caverns. Similarly, Northeast Zone Pass holders can continue to enjoy the campgrounds that have been moved to the Midwest Zone, which include Pine Country (IL), Horseshoe Lakes and Indian Lakes (IN), Bear Cave and St. Clair (MI) and Kenisee and Wilmington (OH).
Making the list in the Heartland is Illinois and Ohio, providing three great choices. Illinois is home to Pine Country, while Ohio has Kenisee Lake and Wilmington.
Pine Country is the perfect Midwest vacation destination. Time your visit to coincide with the Boone County Fair, August 6-11, and enjoy some heartland fun. Ohio’s greenery is resplendent at both Kenisee Lake, which has not one, but two lakes on-site, and Wilmington, set on 170 acres of rolling land, is nearby to King’s Island Amusement Park.
On the Calendar
Wilmington is hosting a Mother’s Day Weekend, May 11-12, which will feature a day of pampering for Mom followed by a relaxing evening by the campfire. And, don’t miss the Memorial Weekend events, set for May 25-27, that include the grand opening of the pool and spa as well as entertainment by the American Made Band on Saturday, plus lawn games, scavenger hunts, and water fun all weekend long.