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Indiana National Guard - Camp Atterbury Campgrounds

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Eligibility: AD, NG, Res, Ret, DoD Civilians.
Telephone: (812) 526-1128 DSN: 569-2128 or (812) 526-1298
Season: Campground: April - October. Cabins: All year.
Directions:

On post. If traveling from south, take I-65 north to 31 north (Edinburgh Outlet Mall). If traveling from north, take I-65 South to 31 south (Edinburgh Outlet Mall). Go north (right) on US 31 to the 3rd stoplight. You will see 2 car lots on your right at the light. Turn left onto Hospital Rd.proceed to the stop light and turn left to Main Gate.

Reservations: Required.


Note:
Campground has shower/ restroom facilities, laundry facilities, rec area, high speed internet access, play area, horseshoe pits, and fishing pond. Cabins have 2 bedrooms, full kitchen, washer/dryer, TV/VCR, gas fireplace. Pets allowed on leash in campground.

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Crane MWR Campgrounds/ Cabins/ Marina
Naval Surface Warfare Center
Crane, IN

Crane MWR Campgrounds/Marina Weblink

Eligibility: NA
Telephone: (812) 854-1176
Season: 1 Apr - 31 Oct
Directions:

On base, Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center. Located on 800 acre lake adjacent to the marina.

Reservations: Recommended.


Note:
Offers fishing, hunting, boating and hiking. Pets allowed on leash at camp sites. No pets inside or outside cabins. Bath-house, beach, sewage dump and laundry facility is available.

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