Pics from the Preserve: Horseshoe Lakes campground


1st of 5 posts: Photos taken while camping Memorial Day weekend in Horseshoe Lakes preserve, one of many Thousand Trails/NACO campgrounds.

Our 290-acre home preserve in Vermillion County, Indiana, is named for its large horseshoe-shaped lake, surrounded by 10 smaller spring-fed lakes. We take our golf cart on “bunny” trails through the wooded landscape to get to the best spots for fishing and taking photos of the flora and fauna.

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10 thoughts on “Pics from the Preserve: Horseshoe Lakes campground”

      1. On my very first camping trip after graduating from Texas A&M University, my friends simply said that we were going camping in Sam Houston National Forest ini East Texas. When we got there, there were RV’s, big trailers, and one guy had a real Indian teepee about 30 feet tall. Inside his teepee he had a refrigerator, table and chairs, lanterns, napkins, silverware. It was like being at a Hilton. lol

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