Please register for camping at the main gatehouse as you enter the park.
France Park has over 200 camping spaces which are available on a first-come, first-served basis (no reservations) for tent or trailer camping, including 130 modern sites with electricity and water at the site. Sewer hookups are not available on site, but we do maintain a waste station for trailers. Picnic tables and fire rings are available at many of the sites. The main campground has modern bathrooms and shower facilities. The beach bathhouse has no showers. Due to the advancing invasion of the destructive emerald ash borer, we strongly urge campers to not bring firewood into the park. Firewood is available for $12.00 per cubic foot bundle.
See below for activities planned by the France Park Camping Club.
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2011 Events by the France Park Camping Club:
Sat June 12th- Hot Dog Days Fundraiser @ Top Pavilion; 4-7p.m. Karaoke to follow
Sat June 19th- F.P.C.C. meeting @ 2pm @ Wildlife Center
Sat July 3rd - Top Pavilion 7-11am (France Park Camping Club Breakfast Fundraiser)
Sat July 17th- F.P.C.C. Meeting (2pm at Rec Building or 8pm @ Community Fire Pit)
Sat August 21st – F.P.C.C. Meeting 2pm@ Rec Building
Sun Oct 3rd – F.P.C.C. Annual Meeting 2pm @ Rec Building
Park's accessible features
|Handicap accessible restrooms are located at the beach bathhouse, the campground and the boat ramp at trailhead # 3; Swimming beach is also accessible|
|Recreational facilities include a fishing dock, two modern campsites adjacent to restrooms, a paved trail and overlook|
|Parking available throughout the park|
They're easy to recognize, but to enjoy your stay at the park, common sense goes a long way. A little advice:
|Keep a reasonable safe distance. A raccoon can carry distemper, mange, and parasites such as fleas, ticks and lice.|
|A female raccoon with babies may become aggressive if she senses that her young are in danger.|
|Raccoons are wild animals, not cuddly pets.|
|Do not feed the raccoons. Hand feeding is dangerous and encourages them to lose their fear of humans. They will also search through trash and even get into food containers. Keeping trash and food containers secure will discourage them.|
|Please notify park authorities if a raccoon will not leave your picnic or camping area.|
Summertime visitors will be able to take advantage of the camp store, miniature golf, playgrounds, disc golf course, pavilions, recreation building and guarded swimming at the beach.
Laundry, hospital, churches, shopping, and other recreational facilities such as bowling, golf, movies, Family YMCA and restaurants are available throughout Logansport. Park rangers and gatehouse attendants will be more than happy to give you directions.
|Call France Park at (574) 753-2928 or email your question to email@example.com|
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