Tippecanoe River State Park

Fed by eighty-eight natural lakes, the Tippecanoe River is considered the river of lakes. The state park, one of many access points around Pulaski County, is located four miles north of Winamac on U.S-35. Tippecanoe River State Park encompasses 2,761 acres of land along the Tippecanoe River.

Many visitors and locals spend our finest days off floating on the bends of the river around Pulaski County. The slow pace of of the river; the beauty of the sycamore, maple, and willow trees; and the site and sounds of a diverse ecosystem of wildlife make the river one of the most serene activities in all of Indiana! For more details on what you can expect to see and the time you could spend on our river, click here. This short video displays fun at TRSP, on the trail, and on the river, plus tells you a little about our fair community.


Camping – See campground maps under MAPS tab

  • Electric / 112 sites
  • Horsemen’s / 56 sites – primitive
  • Canoe Camp / 10 sites
  • Rent-A-Camp Cabins
  • Group Camp
  • Youth Tent Areas
  • Dumping Station