You could easily spend a whole vacation right at Lost Acres. For extended day play, explore the surroundings. Use Lost Acres RV Park as your base camp and you won’t have to go farther than half an hour in any direction for an inexhaustible amount of entertainment.
Indiana Beach – just 1.6 miles away, a good walk or an easy bike ride – has been a hit for nearly a hundred years with a thrill-per-minute throttle that’s wide open. Surrounded on three sides by the beautiful Tippecanoe River and Lake Shafer, it’s home to a world-class amusement park. We dare you to ride Thunder Bobs. In fact, we dare you to exhaust more entertainment venues in the immediate neighborhood than you could visit in six vacations.
More than a century of fun, the favorite of generations of vacationers. Rides, restaurants, carnival attractions, a real old-fashioned boardwalk. And it’s practically next door to Lost Acres. You’ll definitely make a family trip to Indiana Beach. Probably more than one.
You’re within a two-mile radius of a couple of Indiana’s prettiest golf courses. Tippecanoe Country Club is a semi-private 18-hole course open to the public.
Pine View Golf is a beautifully wood course, a favorite for long-ball hitters, playable by any level.
Follow the river south and you’ll find the Monticello Marketplace shopping mall and an area dense with fashion, trading posts, along with any groceries you might need.
Boating, Fishing, Skiing, Canoeing, Horseback Riding, Wine-Tasting and a Drive-in Movie.
Lake Shafer is a great place to boat. If you bring one or rent one. Fish from the dock or boats and catch bass, crappie and catfish galore. Plenty of non-aquatic activity, too.
Like Lake Shafer, Lake Freeman, just about 15 minutes south, has a 100-year history of recreation and vacation magic. With quiet stretches around an exciting center of boating, fishing and family fun.
Indiana’s biggest boat, The Madam Carroll carries 500 guests and has a license to party. Open all year dock-side, with cruises May through November providing live entertainment, dinner cruises, and private charters.
A sweet little community with all the retail charm of a big city, with antique stores, restaurants and movies. With a lakeside, casual feel to welcome Lost Acres guests.