Tall sand dunes, large hills, tight areas, and fast flowing riverbeds. If those features sound appealing, you may want to tackle the hiking challenges available at five Indiana state parks. Each tests hikers with some of the most demanding terrain Indiana’s state parks have. Your rewards will be spectacular views, a sense of accomplishment, and a sticker from each challenge you complete.
Outdoor activities are still permitted at Indiana State Parks. This includes hiking, biking, fishing, hunting and camping. Hoosiers should practice social distancing while participating in these activities. It is important…
Twinkling lights, cookies and wassail, and cozy cottages.
Indiana State Park properties are offering a chance to experience these and more this holiday season.
If you’re looking for a break from the hustle and bustle, skip the shopping lines and relax at a park to take in some holiday cheer.
All state park inns have some pet-friendly rooms for multiple-day stays. There are also pet- friendly cabins at Whitewater Memorial and Turkey Run state parks, and pet- friendly rustic cabins at Brown County State Park.