In northest Carroll County is Lake Freeman, a man-made lake on the Tippecanoe River. The lake area features boating and fishing and other lake recreation opportunities in addition to the Madam Carroll. The Madam Caroll is Indiana's largest inland vessel, and it offers cruises, meals, and entertainment.
Across the bridge is Monticello in White County and its various tourist attractions on Lakes Shaffer and Freeman. One of the popular attractions is the amusement park at Indiana Beach which is located just a few miles from Carroll County on the north side of Monticello.
France Park is located in Cass County on the Wabash River northeast of Carroll County's French Post Park. France Park offers fishing, swimming, camping, and other recreational activities.
Prophetstown State Park is located near the confluence of the Tippecanoe and Wabash Rivers near Battle Ground, Indiana. It offers vast, modern camping facilities in an historic setting of restored prairie and Indian grounds. Within its boundaries is Historic Prophetstown which interprets the prairie, Native American settlement, and farm life in the 1920s.
Tippecanoe Battlefield Park is located at Battle Ground and features a museum as well as the trailhead for the Wabash Heritage Trail. The battle field was the site of the 1811 conflict between soldiers led by William Henry Harrison and Shawnee led by Tecumseh.
Wolf Park is also located adjacent to Battle Ground. It provides interpretive programs involving its resident packs of gray wolves as well as foxes and bison.