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Mississinewa Lake

Mississinewa Lake
4673 S. 625 E.

Miami SRA, Red Bridge SRA w/marina, Frances Slocum SRA, Pearson Mill SRA

14,386 acres - 3,210-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 a campsite for the entire season in an all-new campground. The expanses of forests, prairies and farmland surrounding the lake provide attractive habitat to a wide variety of wildlife, exhibiting exceptional viewing opportunities for hikers, bird watchers and touring bicyclists.


Basketball Court, Horseshoes & Volleyball at Campground
Boating / 4 Launch Ramps / Marina
Fish Cleaning Station
Fishing / Ice Fishing
Fishing Piers / 2
Frisbee Golf Course
Hiking Trails Frances Slocum SRA
Division Interpretive Services
Property Interpretive Services
Picnicking / Shelterhouse
Playground Equipment
Radio-Control Flying Field
Swimming / Beach
Volleyball at Beach & Campground

Full Hook-up / 39 sites
Electric / 335 sites
Non-electric / 57 sites
Rent-A-Camp Cabins
Youth Tent Areas
Dumping Station

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