Northern Indiana is known as this nation's RV building mecca, but a southern Indiana treasure is an RV magnet.
Hoosier National Forest is the 16th most popular national forest for RVing in the United States, as rated by Outdoorsy.com. Based on 2020 statistics, Hoosier National had 1,401 RV nights booked in 2020 from a total of 475 reservations. On average, RV visitors spent nearly four nights per reservation at the forest with an average of three people per vehicle. The most common visitor – Kentuckians.
Hoosier National Forest ranks just behind Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forests in Colorado. Sequoia National Forest tops the list with 10,482 RV nights booked with a total of 3,979 reservations. See the list at outdoorsy.com/blog/popular-national-forests-rv-camping.
Read the full article from The Journal Gazette here.