I wondered if anyone had any not-so-popular places to camp in Indiana that they enjoy. We have a couple that are beautiful but "primitive" - no electricity, but we like to "rough it"... in our pop-up. 1. Salomonie State Forest - there are excellent hiking trails and a few small waterfalls... almost Turkey Run-ish. We discovered it this past fall. It has a small campground that is first come, first served, but it was mostly empty, wooded, and quiet. 2. Huntington Reservoir (Roush Lake) - This is another one that is often overlooked because it is so close to Salomonie and Mississinewa Reservoirs. There is beautiful cliff-side camping. There's not a lot for hiking other than following the rocky lakeshore and an 8 mile bike trail that circle the lake, but it's not a state park, so you don't have to stay on the trails. Chris 1975, Tiphanie 1977, Reagan 2006, and Kaley the wonder Yorkie. 1984 Rockwood 1206 towed by... whatever vehicle we decide to take.