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Lazy L Lake Campground

545 Lazy Lake Rd, West Terre Haute, IN, 47885

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Last Updated: November 18, 2023

Closed Dates: November 1 - April 14

Campsites starting AT

$45per night

Taxes and fees will be calculated at checkout

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Campground Overview

Below are links for renting beach house and rv:

Beach House RENTAL :

Book Here for upcoming events and day passes. 

Come stay with Lazy L Lake Campground, a beautiful privately owned 140 acre campground with 75 acre private lake. We have a boat ramp and the lake is a no wake zone, driving around at idle speeds. People enjoy camping, fishing, swimming, and relaxation.  

We have kayak, paddle boards, canoes, and hydro bike rentals available.

If you are planning on booking a seasonal site or monthly site, please reach out to our campground directly as we take some extra steps for our long term bookings.

Events 2024


Friday, April 5: Campground Opens

Saturday, April 8: Total Eclipse 


May 24 - 27: Memorial Weekend

Friday, May 24:

Karaoke 7-10

Saturday, May 25:

 Band: Southern Bridges 6:30pm - 10:30pm

Catfish Tournament

Food truck: Fupp’s BBQ & Stuff

Sunday, May 26:

Band: Standpede Band 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Corn Hole Tournament

Food Truck: Fupp’s BBQ


Friday, June 14:

Karaoke 7 pm - 10 pm

Saturday, June 15:

Band: Madison Ave 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Bass Tournament

July:  Fourth of July Weekends

June 29 - June 30:

Saturday, June 29:

Austin Byrd & South Bound Band 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm 

Corn Hole Tournament 


Food Truck: Fupp’s BBQ

Sunday, June 30: 

 Band: Travis Henry Band 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Food truck: Fupp’s BBQ & Stuff

July 6 & 7

Saturday, July 6:

Band: Southern Bridges 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Corn Hole Tournament 


Food Truck: Fupp’s BBq

Sunday, July 7:

Band: Chinese Jailbreaker 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Food Truck: Fupp’s BBQ


Friday, August 3:

Band: Nic Strain 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Carp Fishing Tournament


August 30 - September 1: Labor Day Weekend

Friday, August 30:


Saturday, August 31:

Band: Travis Henry Band 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm

Catfish Tournament

Food truck: Fupp’s BBQ & Stuff

Sunday, Sept. 1:

Band: Southern Bridges 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Corn Hole Tournament

Food Truck: Fupp’s BBQ

Gate Fee Entrance: $5 per person

                                    $3 8 and under

                                    $5 per boat

Raffles and 50/50, at most the events.

*Events are weather permitting*

*Events could be apt to change*

Call for more information 812-533-1562

Fishing Tournaments:

Pole Fishing tournaments

$40 per person included: 1 person, 1 child 14 and under per entry, and watercraft if wish to use. Free child must stay with stay with registered adult at all times. Boat must have have proper proper gear and navigation light on during dusk to dawn.

Boats must have proper gear and navigation lights on during dusk to dawn.

Check In

Check In Time: 2PM


Kayaking & Canoeing, Kayaking, Stand-Up Paddleboards, Fishing, Swimming Outdoors, Hiking, Wildlife Viewing, Biking, Boating


Campground Rules

Lazy L Lake Campground Rules Check-in Time: Monday – Saturday 1 p.m., Sunday 2 p.m. • Check-out Time: Monday – Saturday 12 p.m., Sunday 1 p.m. • Stay south of the power lines on back of the property. • Conduct of children and guests is the responsibility of the party paying camping fees. Everyone Refrain from: walking through someone else's campsite, riding a bicycle recklessly and after dark; using profane language; vandalism of any sort. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Children must be with parent or on campsite by dark. • Speed Limit is 5 mph max or no dust. • Parking is available on campsite for up-to 2 vehicles if they fit. Any other vehicle must park in visitor parking area. • Golf Carts are permitted $5 per day or $20 per month. Drivers of golf cart must be 16 with driver’s license. Golf cart will observed the 5 mph speed limit. Total persons riding should not exceed the capacity of the golf cart is design for. Golf cart must stay on mowed trails or gravel roads. Golf Carts and guest must stay out of farm field and stay south of the power lines on back of the property. • Pets are to be kept on leash. Pet’s feces cleanup at campsite or while walking is pet owner’s responsibility. Pets must be tended to at all times and kept from disturbing other campers (This includes barking). • Campfires are permitted and must be supervised until it burns down. • No picnic tables provided. Bring your own table if you wish to have one. • No fireworks • No cutting down trees or taking woods from the campground property. You may purchase firewood from the campground. • No outside refrigerator. • No window a/c units unless properly installed and pre-approved by campground management. • Quiet time is from Sunday through Thursday 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. and Friday through Saturday 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. Children must be at campsite at dark or with an adult. • Alcohol is allowed but must be in an unidentifiable container. Remember this is a family campground. • Public intoxication that creates a nuisance, diminished self-control, or a disturbance to others will lead to police involvement and ejection from the property. • Visitors of guest must register at office before entering campground. • Campsite up to 2 adults and 3 children under the age of 18 are accommodated per electrical campsite. • Up to 4 people on primitive campsite and max of 3 nights allowed to stay. Only one tent per group an additional $10 for more than one tent. • Additional visitor of guest will be charged a gate fee of $5 adult $3 per child 8 and under or an overnight fee of $10 (overnight fee starts at 10 p.m.). Campground is open to visitors from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. past 10 p.m. is considered overnight visitor which is an additional fee of $10. Friday and Saturday is 11 p.m. If your guest stays past visiting hours the over night fee is the responsibility of the party paying camping fees. • Disposal of campsite trash is guest’s responsibility. Trash is prohibited from being placed and burned in campfires. All trash must be bagged (boxes broken down) and placed inside the dumpster with the dumpster lids closed. • Disposal of black or gray water must be done at the dump station. Disposal into a public toilet is prohibited. You maybe asked to leave. • Long term stays, Monthly, and seasonal campers payment is due on time if it can not be paid on your due date a late fee will be applied. • Cleanliness: each guest is required to keep their area clean and tidy at all times. No permanent clothes line. Only small brown tarps are temporarily permitted at site to cover firewood or camping chairs while it rains • All guest and visitors must also follow rules posted throughout the campground. • No illegal substances are allowed anywhere on the property • If guest has any problems contact the management. • Lazy L Lake Campground LLC is not responsible for any theft or damage on property. • Lazy L Lake Campground LLC is not responsible for an injuries on land inflatable, water inflatable, playground, lake or on any part of the property. • Lazy L Lake Campground LLC reserve the right refuse service and asked anyone to leave at anytime ~Lake Beach/Swimming: • No Lifeguard on duty. • Swim at your own risk from dawn to dusk. • In case of an emergency call 911 • Pets and Alcohol prohibited on beach and swimming area • Swim in roped off area • No glass on beach • Children 14 and under need to be accompanied by and adult • You must wear a coast guard approved life jacket type 3 and sign a waiver to get on the water floats in the swim area. We also provide life jackets when signing waiver. There is also a fee to get on the water floats. ~Boating: • Lake is at idle speeds • All boats off water at sunset unless you are camping here; idle speed only and lights on • You are responsible for insuring your watercraft • Do not pull boats in beach area. Boat park north of ramp to first red hut • Children under 13 must wear a life jacket at all times • Must be a life jacket for everyone on the boat • Do not park or dock up to a camp area • Huts are private rentals please Keep Off • • Stay south of Power Lines Always look at online rules for most up to date rules


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