O''BANNON WOODS STATE PARK
The 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 the 26,000 acre Harrison Crawford State Forest, but is managed separately along with Wyandotte Caves State Recreation Area. For more information about O'Bannon Woods State Park or Wyandotte Caves State Recreation Area, contact us at the phone number above.
Located near the park is the Corydon Capitol State Historic Site. Built entirely of limestone, visitors will learn about early Indiana history as they tour the beautiful building.
State park permits can be purchased at any of the state park property locations across Indiana. State park permits can also be ordered online by visiting the INDINIA ENTRANCE FEE
The area offers electrical campsites, as well as the Stagestop Campground, which offers primitive and youth camping. A canoe access ramp is also available at the Stagestop Campground.
* Electric - 281 sites * Horseman Non-Electric - 47 sites * Primitive Non-Electric - 25 sites * Group Camp: 100-bed self-contained structures * Dumping Station