Indian Lake State Park Campground
South – Modern Campground
(click for full size map from DNR)
As you round the corner coming to the lakefront sites, the lower numbers sit higher on a bluff. The site on the left is 68.
Site 64 is next to one of the paved paths with steps leading to the lakeshore.
Further down the road, Site 75 is adjacent to another path.
Site 88 is one of the more shady ones. A frequent camper here told me he preferred having the buffer of trees to protect from the winds that sometimes whip through here.
Site 96 is very popular due to its large size, big shade trees and is close to bathhouse.
Site 100 is more open and the slope is becoming less.
Site 110 is fully paved and is handicapped accessible.
That's lucky me in Site 114.
By the time you get to Site 118, you're much more level with the lake.
Although the Site Map makes it look like sites 120-128 are also lakefront, the larger black line indicates there is a road between the site and the lake.
These sites are also smaller and closer together.
Rounding the corner moving away from the lakeside.
Short panoramic scan of peaceful Indian Lake from lakefront sites in morning when fog was on lake:
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