Indian Creek Camp

and Conference Center

9415 Tangent Rd

Tecumseh, MI 49286

517-423-5659

Camping Season:

April 15 - Oct. 15

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Indian Creek Camp and Conference Center

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A Campers Guide to Lenawee County

When traveling, it can be very beneficial to know where the locals go, so you can get a genuine experience of small town living.  Get the inside scoop on Lenawee County right here.  Whether you want to take the family out to do something fun or just get some great food, this guide will help you choose where to go and what to do.

Best Place in Lenawee County for:

18 Hole Golf Course – Raisin Valley Golf Course in Tecumseh (Weekday specials and golf cart rentals)

Movie Theatre – Clinton Theatre (Old-fashioned theatre experience at a very reasonable price in Clinton)

Countryside Tour – Southern Michigan Railroad (vintage train travels between Tecumseh and Clinton)

Licensed Fishing – Mill Pond or Standish Pond in Tecumseh (just 5 miles from campground)

Paddling – Tecumseh Paddling Company (rentals and shuttles, operates at the Mill Pond, Standish Pond and River Raisin)

Family Fun – Stone Mountain Family Fun Center (18 Hole adventure golf in Tecumseh)

Kids Play – Calzorn Park and Splash Pad (Splash Pad open to public, playground and sports fields)

Teens Play – Adrian Skate Park (Adrian on M52)

Hiking – Indian Crossings Trail (just 5 miles from campground with many miles of trails)

Biking – Kiwanis Trail (7 mile paved bike trail from Tecumseh to Adrian)

Picnic – Hidden Lake Gardens of Tipton

Unique Shopping – Antiques & More of Tecumseh

Family Meal – Basil Boys of Tecumseh

Ice Cream – Spotted Cow of Tecumseh

Breakfast – City Limits Diner of Tecumseh

Coffee Shop – Daily Grind of Tecumseh

 

I hope you use this guide to Lenawee County and check out these local hot spots.  Best wishes for your next camping vacation at ICC of Tecumseh, Michigan!

-The Happy Camper

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Campground Information

Check-in time: 1 pm to 8 pm / Check-out time: 12 noon

All guests and visitors must register at the camp office and pay a visitor fee before entering.

Please do not bring firewood into the campground due to ash borer and other infestations. Firewood is for sale at the camp office.

Pets are welcome – please keep them on a leash, keep them quiet and cleaned up after. Please see our PET POLICY, which we will need to keep on file.

This is a family-friendly campground – no loud, rude, or intoxicated behaviors. No alcoholic beverages pleas. Please see our CAMPGROUND RULES here.