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Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge
The Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge, located in south central Indiana, provides a haven for nesting wood ducks and Canada geese and a resting ...
""Scattertuck" Is a Year-round Respite"
Reviewed by Yarnspinner on Jan 5, 2001
As I write this, winter has hunkered down in south central Indiana, spreading a cloak of white across the cornfields. They . . .
Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore
Dunes rise 180 feet above Lake Michigan's southern shore with beaches, bogs, marshes, swamps, and prairie remnants as other natural features. ...
"Sandy Beaches on the Shores of Lake Michigan"
Reviewed by Bryan_Carey on Jul 26, 2002
Indiana Dunes offers natives of the midwest a place to escape to the beach, without driving all the way to the ocean or Gulf of Mexico
Hoosier National Forest
Located in the rolling hills of southern Indiana, lies the Hoosier National Forest. Backed against the Ohio River to the south, this Forest is within ...
"Hoosier National Forest or Paradise on Earth"
Reviewed by WinDancer4 on Nov 5, 2008
I would recommend everyone take the opportunity to visit the Hoosier National Forest. It is the most beautiful place on earth!
Brown County State Park
Located in the beautiful hills of Brown County off Highway 46, you will especially enjoy the variety offered in Indiana's largest state park, ...
"Great for a Day Park"
Reviewed by nancymeiring on Jun 14, 2005
This park is spectacular. The scenery is wonderful and OH!what views. This is a beautiful park. Nature Center is the best . . .
Chain O' Lakes State Park
This is lake country and a small boater's paradise. Eight connecting lakes will be the center of your adventures at Chain O'Lakes State Park in Noble ...
"A Northern Indiana Gem"
Reviewed by nativehoosier on Apr 24, 2007
Chain O'Lakes is a great place to visit again and again. It is unique, peaceful, and beautiful. It has Hoosier charm, complete with rolling hills and tranquil, sparkling lakes.
Clifty Falls State Park
The name Clifty Falls paints a beautiful picture in your mind. Winter and spring hiking shows the falls at their best while the rugged splendor of ...
"Clifty Inn is Wonderful"
Reviewed by nancymeiring on Jun 14, 2005
Clifty Falls State Park has a spectacular view of the Ohio River. Unfortunately the river view building at the Inn has been . . .
Falls of the Ohio State Park
The 386-million-year-old fossil beds of Falls of the Ohio State Park are among the largest exposed Devonian fossil beds in the world. The park ...
"Falls of the Ohio State Park: Where are the Falls?"
Reviewed by jdhauer on Oct 2, 2002
Anyone with an interest in Devonian fossils should visit this park.
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Fort Harrison State Park
Landscape and history blend in a unique setting in northeast Indianapolis at Fort Harrison State Park. The 1700-acre park features walking and ...
Reviewed by jah234 on Jul 9, 2003
Great place, for those of us who don't have time to drive out to farther state parks/recreation areas.
Harmonie State Park
Harmonie State Park is located on the banks of the Wabash, 25 miles northwest of Evansville. A beautiful swimming pool, shady picnic areas, ravines ...
"Great park for a weekend visit"
Reviewed by indianadeb on Jun 11, 2005
All in all this is a great place to visit. We live close by so we visit it at least 5-6 times a year. Very clean well maintained park!
Lincoln State Park
Abraham Lincoln would say, Here I grew up, to describe the rolling hills and shady forest of what is now Lincoln State Park. The Lincoln story is ...
"Back to nature, back to where Lincoln and I grew up"
Reviewed by jn_owensboro on Jul 15, 2009
Lincoln has a great reputation as a family park, and it is well-deserved. You'll love it.
McCormick's Creek State Park
Unique limestone formations and scenic waterfalls are some of the beautiful highlights at Indiana's first state park, McCormick's Creek. You'll find ...
"Great Park not so great Campsites"
Reviewed by indianadeb on Jun 6, 2005
Good park for hiking and site seeing but as far as camping goes dont do it! Stay for the day and you can do pretty much everything.
Mounds State Park
Mounds State Park, located off I-69 east of Anderson, features 10 unique earthworks built by a group of prehistoric Indians known as the ...
"Mounds State Park--good for a day trip"
Reviewed by ritag11 on Jul 15, 2002
Need a day trip? Mounds State Park offers walking trails, picnic areas, swimming pool, and more. Nice for young families and those not interested in rugged hiking.
Ouabache State Park
Ouabache is difficult to spell, but easy to pronounce. Simply say 'Wabash'...just like the river that forms the southwest boundary for the park. ...
"Ouabache State Park - Nice park"
Reviewed by ruckmanite on Feb 4, 2005
This park is located along the Wabash River near Blufton, Indiana. The terrain is fairly flat, and the campsites are mostly . . .
Pokagon State Park
Pokagon State Park is located near Angola off I-69. Natural lakes abound in this area and the park borders on Lake James and Snow Lake which offer ...
"Pokagon State Park is Northern Indiana's answer to Brown County!"
Reviewed by chelledun on Nov 16, 2011
It's no Yellowstone, but we love it!
Potato Creek State Park
The park features a wide array of activities and facilities for year-round enjoyment. A variety of natural habitats await the visitor to this park ...
"Potato Creek State Park"
Reviewed by deadeye58 on Mar 27, 2002
Recommended for quiet fishing, lake cruising, low-key camping, walks through the woods. Not much for thrill-seekers
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