Krietenstein Dinning Hall

Camp Krietenstein

An easy one-hour drive from downtown Indianapolis west on I-70, Camp Krietenstein has a rich history and excellent camping opportunities. It has been the base camp for the Terre Haute area communities, and has served as a Boy Scout Summer Camp for the Wabash Valley Council. The five-acre lake and all of the program facilities are conveniently located in the center of camp. There are seven primitive campsites located near the main camp area. A dining lodge seats about 150. This camp experience is for primitive campers, as it has limited facilities.  Several small cabins are available for winter camping as well as a dining hall (kitchen facilities not made available).

6445 East County Road 575 North, Center Point, IN 47840
Directions to Camp Krietenstein from I-70 Exit 41(Cloverdale)


Facilities:

Dining Hall with kitchen (water April 15 - October 15)

Dining Hall, lower level, seasonal

Camp Office 2 cabins

8 camping areas Campfire area

Chapel area Parade Field

Restrooms/showers (water April 15 - October 15)

5-acre lake Fishing pier

Hiking trails Archery area

Rifle range Waterfront Shelter


Nearby Amenities:

Leiber State Park
Eel River
DePauw University
Brazil
Mansfield Mill
Covered BridgeAccess Eel River

 

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