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

812-995-8046 (msg)
812-621-0051 (cell)

Hoosier Horse Camp, (formerly Monk's Mule and 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.

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 guest.

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

Visit us on Facebook at www.facebook/hoosierhorsecamp

Come See Us At The Hoosier Horse Fair, April 4th, 5th and 6th


Changes For 2014

Stalls for All

Last year we had some issues with a shortage of stalls for our nightly guests.  This year we have made some changes that will make stalls readily available.  We are also planning on offering "covered hitch rails" on 3 or 4 of our nightly sites to see if they are something you might be interested in.  We will charge $35 plus tax for a site with a 8' x 16' covered hitch rail.

New Nightly Sites

In addition to the newly renovated shower house and lounge, we will have 14 new nightly electric/water sites with plenty of room. Each site is 40' wide and will accommodate the largest rigs.    

The Chuck Wagon

Construction of the Chuck Wagon is way behind schedule.  Unfortunately it will not be ready for Memorial Day Weekend.  We will update the website and Facebook when everything is up and running.  Sorry for the inconvenience.

Farrier Service

This year will will offer the expert farrier services of Tim Golden. Tim, a graduate of Kentucky Horseshoeing School, has been a full time farrier since 2000  Tim and his son Nick are an excellent team and they will be here on the weekends (Friday and Saturday) when they are not showing horses. We will post a schedule soon. This service is not just for our campers, we welcome anyone that needs a real good farrier. 

Cowboy Movie Night

This year, starting in May, we are going to have a family friendly movie on Saturday Night in the shelter house.  Order a pizza and watch a movie.  

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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