Hoosier Horse Camp, LLC
6732 N County Rd 1250W
Norman, IN 47264


Hoosier Horse Camp is located on the border of the Hoosier National Forest in Norman, Indiana.  Our location offers instant access to over 100 miles of horse trails within the Hoosier National Forest and Deem Wilderness Area.  Trail 15 begins approximately 400 yards from our entrance and trails 2 and 13 are less than 1/2 mile away, enabling you to easily and quickly access the approximate 100 miles of the HNF horse trails

Our coordinates are
N 38 57' 13.9"
W 086 18' 07.0"

Memorial Day Weekend and
May 13th/14th Indy Run

We are out of electric/water sites but have room for 100 rigs in our primitive area.  Please use the form below for mobile devices or the form on the reservation request page to book your site.  See ya soon!

Below is a PDF copy of our campground map

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Check out the Trailhead Café page on the side bar
to see the new menu for 2016

The Trailhead Café will offer Spring hours of 7 to 10am for breakfast and 5 to 8pm for dinner

See our facebook page for updates

Hoosier Horse Camp offers both seasonal and nightly camp sites with electric and water. Primitive camping is available as well as Day Rider accomodations. Each site is equipped with a hitching rail. Corral panels can be rented to make a temporary pen.  This year we will have plenty of stalls available to both seasonal and nightly guests.


Scroll to the bottom of the page to view a map of our location

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Changes For 2016

Covered Hitch Rails

This year we are hoping to have 13 sites (weather willing) with the very popular covered hitch rails.  These are on electric/water sites that are 40' x 70' that you can drive through or back in.  Each covered hitch rail has 2 separate 8 x 10 stalls.  This years price for the these sites will be $40 per night plus tax.  That is the same price as a site and 2 stalls in our stall barns.

Campfire Cowboy Karaoke

Last year we had a couple of occasions to play "stump the guitar player" around the campfire.  We are going to schedule sessions one Saturday night a month to to let our campers "show off" their pipes.  We encourage everyone to bring an instrument and a chair.  Very little talent is required but you must be ready to sing along.  This is a family event, so kids are welcome and and public drinking isn't.  Thanks in advance. 

The TrailHead Cafe

We want to thank everyone that visited the restaurant in 2015.  It was great to hear your positive comments and we look forward to new dishes and we are excited to announce that Jackson is back with his handmade crust pizza!  The Restuarant's first official opening date will be Memorial Day Weekend, go to the TrailHead Cafe page to see updates and menus.

Entertainment Committee

This is something new and very exciting for Linda and I this year.  Some of our seasonal campers have volunteered to start a committee to create some different "events" to make to entertain both seasonal and nightly campers.  I haven't heard any ideas yet, but I'm sure everyone will enjoy some "fresh" ideas from our campers.  We are so appreciative of our camp family and their willingness to help out.

Seasonal Sites

We have had a great number of request for seasonal sites this year, but a limited number of openings.  We are assessing our options for expansion for seasonal sites and if anything can be done, we will add new sites.  We apologize for those campers that have been on the waiting list.  Our seasonal campers have created a "community" here that both seasonal and nightly campers can enjoy.  We have been blessed with such a great bunch of campers, we just want to say thank you and make room for more if we can.  

If you have any questions please feel free to drop us an email.  Your comments are welcome through our Guest Book page as well.   


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