State Nature Passport!

Indiana is blessed with unique places and remarkable natural features. From state parks to forests and lakes, this passport includes over 80 outdoor locations to explore. It's free to sign up. All you need to do is check in to one of the passport locations, and you are on your way to earning prizes. The more you visit, the more you win. After checking in to 10 properties, participants will receive a pair of sunglasses. People who make 25 visits to any of the passport locations will earn a water bottle, and after 40 visits, participants will receive a hat. Check-in to 59 properties on the passport to earn a backpack. Complete the entire trail and receive a commemorative pin! You can also qualify for a grand prize giveaway and specific drawings throughout the year. This program is 100% free, but property entrance fees apply when you visit. All prizes are while supplies last.

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Abe Martin Lodge, Brown County State Park
Scenic Brown County State Park, in Nashville, welcomes all visitors with its rolling hills and scenic vistas. Abe Martin Lodge, inside the park, offers comfortable lodging in both the lodge and cabins. All ages will enjoy the indoor aquatic center with its slide, lazy river, and hot tub.

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Atterbury FWA
Atterbury Fish & Wildlife Area, just 1 hr south of Indianapolis, includes 4,950 acres of upland game habitat, marsh, running creeks, and shallow open water. Note that this property is different than Camp Atterbury, the military installation. Activities include fishing, hunting, hiking, wildlife...
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Baltzell-Lenhart Woods Nature Preserve
Victor Baltzell donated this land to the State in memory of his wife Alice Lenhart Baltzell. The woods is a mesic and wet-mesic flatwoods typical of the central till plain, yet, unique in that it has an old-growth aspect due to the lack of trees removed during the Baltzell tenure on the property....
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Blue Grass FWA
Blue Grass Fish & Wildlife Area is unique because all of the land was previously strip mined. The property sits on approximately 2,532 acres and features 28 pits and lakes, around 600 acres of water. Activities include hunting, fishing, hiking, and wildlife watching. ...
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Brookville Lake (Mounds SRA)
Brookville Lake, in Liberty, has more than 25 miles of hiking trails, boating opportunities, and nationally known recreational and sport fishing. Two beaches and more than 400 campsites make this an ideal family vacation spot. There are also traces of prehistoric Native American mounds throughout...
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Brown County State Park
Mountain bikers come from all over the country for the challenging trails at Brown County State Park in Nashville. Indiana’s largest State Park is also great for hiking — be sure to check out the views from their log observation shelters — plus horseback riding and more.
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Cagles Mill Lake (Lieber And Cataract Falls SRAs)
Lieber State Recreation in Cloverdale Indiana is home to Cagles Mill Lake. There is also camping, fishing and boat rental available. Cataract Falls SRA located 12 miles south off of SR231 has an upper and lower waterfall that resulted from two pre-glacial bedrock ridges buried beneath ancient...
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Canyon Inn, McCormick's Creek State Park
Beautiful scenery and history blend together at Indiana’s oldest state park to make your visit unforgettable. Enjoy the peaceful calm of McCormick's Creek State Park's canyon and cliffs, view the waterfall and visit the fire tower for a view you won't soon forget. The historic inn was opened in...
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Cecil M. Harden Lake (Raccoon SRA)
Native forest and large rock outcrops line the upper part of Big Raccoon Creek. Cecil M. Harden Lake, near Rockville, resulted from the damming of the creek for flood control. The lake also provides recreation, wildlife management and economic benefits. A variety of fish, flora and fauna can be viewed at the property.
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Chain O’ Lakes State Park
As its name implies, Chain O' Lakes State Park in Albion has nine connecting lakes. Paddle through the chain of serene kettle lakes, hike the 23 miles of forested trails, fish the electric-motors-only lakes, stay overnight in a forested hillside family cabin, visit the park’s historic one-room...
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Charlestown State Park
Enjoy scenic vistas of the Fourteen Mile Creek Valley and Ohio River when you visit Charlestown State Park in Clark County. Hiking trails traverse rugged hills and deep ravines, with elevation changes over 200 feet. One trail takes you to the abandoned Rose Island Theme Park, a once-booming spot...
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Chinook FWA
Chinook Fish & Wildlife Area includes 2,141 acres of rolling grasslands and woods, plus 80 acres of water that are primarily former coal mining strip pits. Activities include fishing, hunting, hiking, and wildlife watching. Having trouble with your...
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Clark State Forest
Clark State Forest, established in Henryville in 1903, is the oldest state forest in Indiana. The original appropriations to purchase a 2,000 acre tract took place during the administration of Governor Winfield Durbin. In the ensuing 96 years, additional acquisitions have increased this area to the...
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Clifty Falls State Park
Situated high above the Ohio River near Madison, Clifty Fall State Park provides breathtaking views, not just of the river but also of the many waterfalls for which it’s named. Depending on the season, the falls vary from roaring plunges to delicate mists. The stony bed of the creek has fossil...
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Clifty Inn, Clifty Falls State Park
The inn overlooks the Ohio River and offers rooms and suites. The location allows you to nestle in the park's scenic beauty and be close to historic downtown Madison and its many offerings. Waterfalls and trails are some of the main attractions in the park, and so is the delicious home cooking in...
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Deam Lake State Recreation Area
Deam Lake offers recreational activities such as fishing, boating, swimming, camping, picnicking, hiking and hunting in designated areas. The 194-acre lake was constructed in 1965 in Borden and was named in honor of Charles Deam, Indiana's first state forester.
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Eunice H. Bryan Nature Preserve
This woods stands like an oasis surrounded by farmland. As you approach the preserve notice how tall, dense and even the forest canopy is, compared to woodlots which have been more heavily grazed and timbered. In the preserve, great white oaks, 4 feet in diameter, are found with large red oak,...
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Falls Of The Ohio State Park
Falls of the Ohio State Park in Clarksville connects the environment of the ancient past with the natural and cultural history of yesterday and today. Its spectacular interpretive center overlooks 390-million-year-old fossil beds — among the largest exposed Devonian fossil beds in the world. The...
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Ferdinand State Forest
In 1933, a local conservation club raised funds to buy 900 acres to build a lake and establish an area to hunt and fish. They offered management of the project to the Indiana Department of Conservation the following year, and this marked the establishment of Ferdinand State Forest in Dubois...
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Fort Harrison Inn, Fort Harrison State Park
Stay in a historic Inn and former officers homes at Fort Harrison State Park in Indianapolis. The Inn also features a full-service restaurant, conference center and a Pete Dye-designed golf course. Stay/Play packages are available.

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Fort Harrison State Park
You’ll forget you’re in a city the size of Indianapolis when you’re hiking through Fort Harrison State Park. Named for U.S. President and Indianapolis native Benjamin Harrison, the site began as a military facility in 1902. When it closed in the 1990s, the State acquired parts of the base...
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Frances Slocum State Forest
Frances Slocum State Forest is located southeast from Peru, Indiana and north of the Mississinewa Reservoir dam. It encompasses 515 acres of contiguous forested landscape bordering the Mississinewa River. The terrain ranges from flat, to gentle slopes, to locally steep areas. The area is...
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Glendale FWA
Glendale Fish & Wildlife Area features more than 1,400 acres of open water and 8,160 acres of land. Activities inlcude fishing, hunting, wildlife watching, hiking, camping and boating. Having...
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Goose Pond Fish & Wildlife Area
Goose Pond Fish & Wildlife Area (FWA) in Greene County provides quality wildlife viewing, hunting, hiking and trapping opportunities on 9,098 acres of prairie and marsh habitat. With nearly 5,000 acres of shallow water wetlands, 2,000 acres of prairie and over 30 miles of levees, Goose Pond FWA...
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Greene Sullivan State Forest
For a day of fishing, camping, hunting or just rest and relaxation, Greene-Sullivan State Forest is one of the most beautiful and serene places to visit. Greene-Sullivan was founded in Dugger in 1936 when various coal companies donated more than 3,000 acres of property to the Department of Natural...
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Hardy Lake
Hardy Lake in Scottsburg is a multi-use facility offering hiking, swimming, boating, skiing, camping and more. The lake is surrounded on all sides by limestone and rocky bluffs, caves and great fossils, but the property has only slate and shale exposure. It is the only DNR property with a raptor...
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Harmonie State Park
You’ll be humming a happy tune when you visit Harmonie State Park, located on the banks of the Wabash at New Harmony about 25 miles northwest of Evansville. The park is a trail lover’s paradise as you see the pristine landscape and wind through ravines. There are log-style family cabins,...
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Harrison-Crawford State Forest
Harrison-Crawford State Forest lies in the central and extreme southern part of the state, bordering the Ohio River. Established in 1932 in Harrison and Crawford counties, the forest contains about 24,000 acres of rugged hardwood forest in western Harrison and eastern Crawford counties. This...
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Hemmer Woods Nature Preserve
Hemmer is one of the best examples of a woods with southern affinities in the preserve system. Because of the outstanding natural communities present here, the woods has been registered as a National Natural Landmark. DIRECTIONS: From Buckskin on SR 57 take CR 900S about 2.5 miles east to CR 1050E,...
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Hoosier Prairie Nature Preserve
Hoosier Prairie is a large remnant of the prairie landscape that was once common in northwest Indiana. This tract preserves the topographic and biotic diversity of the sand plains north of the Valparaiso Moraine. Plant diversity is exceptionally high here due to a wide range of moisture conditions....
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Indiana Dunes State Park
Indiana Dunes State Park in Chesterton offers three miles of beautiful beach along Lake Michigan's southern shoreline. Large sand dunes, located beyond the entire shoreline, have taken thousands of years to form and tower nearly 200 feet above Lake Michigan, providing amazing views for those who...
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Interlake State Recreation Area
Interlake State Recreation Area (ISRA), former coal mine land straddling Pike and Warrick counties, is a multi-use recreational facility focusing on off-road vehicle (ORV) recreation. Interlake is approximately 3,550 acres with nearly 100 miles of trails and 17 lakes (many of which can be accessed...
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Jackson-Washington State Forest
Jackson-Washington State Forest encompasses nearly 18,000 acres in Jackson and Washington counties in the heart of southern Indiana. This part of the state contains unique topography known as the “knobs”. This region provides scenic views second to none and offers some breathtaking hiking opportunities.
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Jasper Pulaski FWA
Jasper-Pulaski Fish & Wildlife Area is best known as stopover for 10,000+ sandhill cranes during the annual fall migration. The property has 8,179 acres of wetland, upland and woodland game habitat. Activities include fishing, hunting, wildlife watching, and hiking. There is also a shooting range...
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Kankakee FWA
Kankakee Fish & Wildlife Area sits on 4,199 acres, which includes open water, marshes, floodplain forests, and 11 miles of river. The entire area is situated in what was the Kankakee Grand Marsh. Activities include fishing, hunting, hiking, and exceptional wildlife watching. ...
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Kingsbury FWA
Kingsbury Fish & Wildlife Area includes 7,280 acres of grassland, crop fields, marsh areas and a 30-acre lake. Activities include fishing, hunting, hiking, wildlife watching, and a shooting range. The property is a stop on the Indiana Birding Trail. Having trouble with your location services? You...
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Lincoln State Park
Abraham Lincoln grew up on the very land that is now Lincoln State Park in Lincoln City. In addition to hiking, canoeing, fishing and swimming (the park has two lakes), you can see the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Plaza, a showcase of the beloved 16th President. Take time to tour the Colonel James...
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Loblolly Marsh Wetlands Nature Preserve
The Loblolly Marsh is a wetland complex containing emergent bur reed and cattail marshes where waterfowl reproduce. During drier times of the year, the marsh may have large mudflats exposed and shorebirds visit the area. Fall months are primed for the many migrating birds that feed on the abundant...
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Martin State Forest
Martin State Forest was established in Shoals in 1932 with the purchase of 1,205 acres. The property has grown to 7,863 acres through additional land purchases and trades with the U.S. Forest Service. Primitive camping, fishing, hunting and picnicking are available to visitors.
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McCormick's Creek State Park
Explore the spectacular limestone canyon and scenic waterfalls at McCormick's Creek State Park, Indiana’s oldest. Located near Spencer, McCormick’s Creek’s trails feature diverse forest trees, spicebrush, native wildflowers and Wolf Cave Nature Preserve. You can stay overnight at a campsite,...
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Mississinewa Lake (Miami SRA)
Mississinewa Lake in Peru offers excellent fishing, hunting and boating opportunities in the heart of north-central Indiana. The expanses of forests, prairies and farmland surrounding the lake provide attractive habitat to a wide variety of wildlife, exhibiting exceptional viewing opportunities for...
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Monroe Lake (Paynetown SRA)
Monroe Lake near Bloomington is Indiana’s largest land-bound body of water. At over 10,750 surface acres, this lake has more than ample space for recreation of all types. Whether you’re looking for camping in spring, boating in summer, fishing in fall, or hiking in winter, there’s a good...
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Moraine Nature Preserve
This preserve is a fine example of the many land forms associated with the Valparaiso Moraine. The Valparaiso Moraine runs for several hundred miles from southern Wisconsin through northern Illinois and northwest Indiana into west-central Michigan. The moraine was formed by the southern edge of the...
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Morgan-Monroe State Forest
Morgan-Monroe State Forest encompasses more than 25,000 acres in Morgan and Monroe counties in south central Indiana. The forest land encompasses many steep ridges and valleys, and is forested with some of the state's finest hardwoods.
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Mounds State Park
Mounds State Park in Anderson features 10 earthworks built by prehistoric Indians known as the Adena-Hopewell people. Visitors enjoy camping and hiking here, in addition to seeing and learning about the mounds. Look carefully for dragonfly species only found in this area.
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Mountain Tea State Forest
Mountain Tea State Forest currently encompasses more than 1,153 acres in Brown County, 705 acres of which was deeded to the State of Indiana in 2013. The deeded portion was locally known as a part of the Mountain Tea property and was previously managed by The Nature Conservancy.
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O'Bannon Woods State Park
O'Bannon Woods State Park (formerly Wyandotte Woods State Recreation Area) lies in the central and extreme southern part of the state, bordering the Ohio River. It is nestled inside 2,400-acre Harrison Crawford State Forest, but is managed separately, along with Wyandotte Caves State Recreation...
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Olin Lake Nature Preserve
At just over 100 acres, Olin Lake is the largest lake in Indiana with an undeveloped shoreline. The entire shoreline is protected by this preserve. Most of the shoreline is low and marshy, which undoubtedly contributed to the lack of development. Swamp forest along the shoreline includes tamarack,...
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Ouabache State Park
Ouabache is the French spelling of a Miami Indian word and is simply pronounced "Wabash," like the river that forms the southwest boundary of Ouabache State Park. There is fishing, hiking and camping, and a bicycle greenway connects the park to Bluffton. Not to mention a herd of bison calls the...
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Owen-Putnam State Forest
Hike through some of the best hardwood forests in the country in Owen and Putnam counties. Enjoy deer, squirrel and turkey hunting. Fish in one of the ponds. Horseback ride through some of the beautiful hills of south central Indiana, including a view of a 50-foot sandstone bluff.

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Patoka Lake (Newton-Stewart SRA)
With 26,000 acres of land and water, Patoka Lake, in Birdseye, Ind., is a fine example of lake ecology. An 8,800-acre lake provides habitat for freshwater jellyfish and bald eagle nesting sites. River otters and osprey were reintroduced at Patoka by the DNR.

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Pigeon River FWA
Pigeon River Fish & Wildlife Area features 11,794 acres of land, 529 acres of open water and 17 miles of free flowing river. Activities include fishing, hunting, wildlife watching, and a shooting range. The property offers exceptional waterfowl watching opportunities during the spring migration. ...
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Pike State Forest
Pike State Forest consists of 4,444 acres in southwestern Indiana. Acquisition of the land that makes up the forest began in the 1930s continuing through the 1950s. Topography at Pike State Forest varies from hilly uplands to the low bottomlands of the Patoka River. Because of the diversity of...
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Pipewort Pond Nature Preserve
Pipewort Pond has a very shallow basin which creates wide seasonal fluctuations in the water level. The resulting effect is that of extensive peaty muckflats and sandflats late in the summer with the same areas completely under water in the spring and early summer. Because of these wetland...
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Pokagon State Park
Enjoy beautiful Lake James when you visit Pokagon State Park in Angola. The park is home to one of the Midwest's only refrigerated toboggan runs (come back in the winter to enjoy that). Fun fact: this park is named after Leopold and Simon Pokagon, two notable leaders of the Potawatomi...
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Portland Arch Nature Preserve
Portland Arch has been recognized for its uniqueness since the first settlers came to western Indiana. A resort and then a Boy Scout camp were located in this area in the past. Now Portland Arch is a National Natural Landmark, as well as a nature preserve. DIRECTIONS: From Attica go south on US 41...
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Potato Creek State Park
A variety of natural habitats await at Potato Creek State Park in North Liberty, including the 327-acre Worster Lake, old fields, mature woodlands, restored prairies and diverse wetlands. Bring your horse for the bridle trails or fishing poles for the lake. Canoe rental is also available.

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Potawatomi Inn, Pokagon State Park
Experience nature at its finest at Potawatomi Inn Resort and Conference Center. Enjoy restful comfort on the shores of beautiful Lake James, one of Indiana’s largest lakes. The Inn offers 126 guest rooms, 12 cabins, and a spacious 10,000 square-foot banquet and conference center. The Inn is...
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Prophetstown State Park
Prophetstown State Park is Indiana's newest, featuring dramatic prairie and restored wet slopes called fens. It is located where the Tippecanoe River meets the Wabash near the town of Battle Ground northeast of Lafayette. Through a unique partnership with The Farm at Prophetstown, visitors can...
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Ravinia State Forest
Ravinia State Forest encompasses 1,500 acres of wooded rolling hills and valleys of Morgan County, and can be accessed via several parking areas located off Duckworth, Parker and Big Hurricane roads.
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Redbird State Recreation Area
Named after the Redbird Coal Mine, the property is approximately 1,400 acres of former surface and underground coal mine land near Linton. Its unique history has given us both treasures and challenges. Miles of trails for all skill levels bring ORV enthusiasts to the property and reward them with...
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Salamonie Lake (Lost Bridge West SRA)
Salamonie Lake is centrally located between the cities of Wabash, Huntington and Marion. Enjoy scenic trails, wildlife and bird watching, hunting, and camping at this 2,665-acre lake property. The 12,554 land acres provide 40 ponds, marshes, and wetlands, contributing to diverse wildlife and...
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Salamonie River State Forest
The name Salamonie was derived from the Native American word "O-sah-mo-nee," which means "yellow paint." Native Americans made yellow paint from the bloodroot plant which grew in great abundance along the winding banks of the river. Salamonie River State Forest in Wabash County was created as a...
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Selmier State Forest
Selmier State Forest in North Vernon was donated to the state of Indiana by Mrs. Frank Selmier on behalf of her husband. Frank Selmier had a strong interest in the outdoors. He planted several acres on this property of pine, black locust, black walnut, sycamore and tuliptree from 1921 to 1934. Most...
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Shades State Park
True to its name, Shades State Park lets you hike through shady ravines and sandstone cliffs overlooking Sugar Creek in Western Indiana. Trails go from easy to rugged, with some having you walk in a creek, step over logs and rocks, and go up and down ladders. The park’s Pine Hills Nature Preserve...
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Shakamak State Park
Located near Jasonville, Shakamak State Park is known for its great fishing as it’s home to three serene lakes. There’s also a large area for outdoor games, as well as campsites, cabins and hiking trails.
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Shrader-Weaver Woods Nature Preserve
Shrader-Weaver, a National Natural Landmark, contains a pioneer homestead, open fields, and woods. A 28-acre old-growth upland forest is beech-maple dominated. DIRECTIONS: From Bentonville go 1 mile east on CR 700N, then 1.75 miles south on CR 450W to a marked parking lot. There are 2 self- guiding...
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Spring Mill Inn, Spring Mill State Park
The historic 73 room Inn with warm and cozy country decor welcomes you to relax in comfort. Enjoy the indoor/outdoor pool, delicious dining room menu, and Service State Park Style! Spring Mill State Park is located in Mitchell.

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Spring Mill State Park
In addition to the hiking you’d expect, Spring Mill State Park in Mitchell also has a pioneer village with grist and sawmill as well as a memorial to Hoosier astronaut Virgil I. “Gus” Grissom. You can also take a boat tour through Twin Caves.

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Starve-Hollow State Recreation Area
Starve-Hollow State Recreation Area encompasses approximately 280 acres near Vallonia offering some of the best camping in southern Indiana. Carved out of 18,000-acre Jackson-Washington State Forest, it provides fishing and boat rental on 145-acre Starve Hollow Lake, swimming on the large sandy...
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Stoutsburg Savanna Nature Preserve
This nature preserve protects a great example of a unique habitat; a black oak sand savanna. A savanna is sometimes described as a prairie with open-grown trees. At this site you will see open-grown black oak trees and high dry sandy soils that are old sand dunes. They attract an understory of...
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Summit Lake State Park
Summit Lake State Park, near New Castle, has an excellent birdwatching and wildlife observation area, attracting rare migratory species like the black tern, bald eagle and sandhill crane. In the southwest corner of the park is Henry County's first nature preserve: Zeigler Woods. You can also camp, fish and enjoy the beach.
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Tippecanoe River State Park
Canoers and kayakers love paddling along at Tippecanoe River State Park in Winamac. There are also 23 miles of trails, 14 of which are shared by horses and hikers. Camping ranges from primitive to electric.

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Tri-County FWA
Tri-County Fish & Wildlife Area features 3,546 acres of land, with 650 acres of open water. There are 10 natural lakes with water depths of 75 feet. Activities include fishing, hunting, hiking, wildlife watching and a shooting range. Also managed by Tri-County FWA, Pisgah Marsh features excellent...
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Turkey Run Inn, Turkey Run State Park
Enjoy Turkey Run Inn and the Narrows Restaurant, right in the middle of the beautiful Turkey Run State Park in Parke County. Wake up to adventure just steps from you room and enjoy fantastic hiking trails with canyons and ravines. Step across the swinging bridge for a view you won't forget....
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Turkey Run State Park
Two of the trails at Parke County's Turkey Run State Park were voted first and second place among all Indiana trails. Explore the deep sandstone ravines, walk along stands of aged forests and enjoy the scenic views along Sugar Creek. It’s always fun to cross the suspension bridge, too. Turkey Run...
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Versailles State Park
Indiana’s second-largest state park invites you to relax while fishing or kayaking on its 230-acre lake. Versailles State Park, in Ripley County, has a deep history rooted in both the Civil War and the Civilian Conservation Corps, so you’ll want to take a look at the CCC commemorative statue...
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Wabashiki FWA
Wabashiki Fish & Wildlife Area features 3,716 acres of floodplain along the Wabash River. Activities include hunting, fishing, a Phenology Trail, and exceptional birdwatching. Having...
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Whitewater Memorial State Park Office
Located in East Central Indiana - Whitewater Memorial State Park was established as a memorial to those American soldiers who lost their lives in World War I & II. Recreational options include houseboats, five hiking trails, a nine-mile horse trail including escorted rides, archery range, lake...
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Willow Slough FWA
Willow Slough Fish & Wildlife Area offers fishing, hunting, wildlife watching, hiking, and camping. The 9,956 acres property features 1,200 acres of open water and marshes surrounded by prairies, forests, and savanna ecosystems. Having trouble with your location services? ...
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Yellowwood State Forest
Yellowwood State Forest was created in Brown County in 1940 when federal land was leased to the state of Indiana. More than 2,000 abandoned and eroded acres were planted to pine (red, jack, shortleaf, white and scotch), black locust, black walnut, white and red oak. Red and white pines are the true...
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Indiana Natural Resources Foundation (Bonus Check-in)
Make a $10 unrestricted donation to the Indiana Natural Resources Foundation to get one bonus check-in on the Passport and a free Indiana State Nature Passport sticker! The Foundation celebrates and preserves Indiana’s natural legacy by...
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