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Indiana Dunes State Park 'The Stream' © Jim Snyder
A stream feeding into Lake Michigan.
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Indiana Dunes State Park
'The Stream'
© Jim Snyder

A stream feeding into Lake Michigan.

Clifty Falls State Park
'Upstream'
© Michael E. Ruby rube101comcast.net

Looking upstream from the bridge above Hoffman Falls

Shades State Park
© Lauren Rogers

Indiana Dunes State Park
'Waves'
© Michael E. Ruby rube101comcast.net

The sun lights the waves coming to the shore

Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge
'Turtles'
© Michael E. Ruby rube101comcast.net

Turtles sunning on a log

Versailles State Park
© Rich Fowler http//www.indiana-art.com all rights reserved

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McCormicks Creek State Park
'Key Stone Bridge'
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Shades State Park
© Lauren Rogers

Spring Mill State Park
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Indiana Dunes State Park
'Chicago'
© Michael E. Ruby rube101comcast.net

Chicago in the distance

Clifty Falls State Park
'Just a trickle'
© Michael E. Ruby rube101comcast.net

Big Clifty Falls

Versailles State Park Dam
'Dam'
© Michael E. Ruby rube101comcast.net

Versailles State Park Dam

Indiana Dunes State Park
'A foggy morning.'
© Jim Snyder

Some of the distant fog remains.

Spring Mill State Park
'Donaldson Cave'
© Tammy Davis

Donaldson Cave Now closed to hiker due to WNS white nose syndrome that is associated with killing bats at an alarming rate. By closing the cave to hikers they hope to stop the spread of this condition and preserve the bat population in Indiana and the nation

Versailles State Park
'Busching Bridge'
© Michael E. Ruby rube101comcast.net

Busching Bridge crosses Laughery Creek Just outside of Versailles State Park

Indiana's Southern Region Parks


1
State Fishing Area
10
State Forests
6
State Memorials
1
National Forest
1
National Historic Park
1
National Memorial
1
National Wildlife Refuge
9
State Parks
1
reservoir
2
State Wildlife Refuges
5
State Wildlife Areas

Parks in this region are near these Indiana Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
NEW ALBANY
JEFFERSONVILLE
COLUMBUS
BLOOMINGTON
NEWBURGH
EVANSVILLE
SEYMOUR
BEDFORD
VINCENNES
LAWRENCEBURG
MADISON
JASPER
NORTH VERNON
GREENSBURG
CLARKSVILLE
WASHINGTON

Angel Mounds State Memorial
The 600 acres that comprise Angel Mounds State Historic Site were purchased in 1938 by the Indiana Historical Society with financial assistance from Eli Lilly. In 1947, the Indiana Historical Society transferred ownership to the State of Indiana. It is now ........more >
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, including nearly 20 miles of roads, with numerous scenic vistas. Comfortable accommodations at the rustic Abe Martin Lodge, large campgrounds, hiking trails, ........more >
Brush Creek State Fish and Wildlife Area
Brush Creek Fish and Wildlife Area is 2402 acres of open farm fields, rolling hills and a 150-acre reservoir. The property also contains an public access site to the Muscatatuck River. Brush Creek Fish and Wildlife Area was developed in 1964 with land received from the Muscatatuck State Developmental ........more >
Clark State Forest
Clark State Forest, established 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 present 24,000 ........more >
Clifty Falls State Park
Clifty Falls State Park is located near Madison with entrances off state roads 56 and 62. 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 the creek and canyon offer exciting scenery year-round. In historic ........more >
Crosley State Fish and Wildlife Area
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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.........more >
Ferdinand State Forest Lake
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George Rogers Clark National Historical Park
A classic memorial stands on the site of Fort Sackville to commemorate the capture of the fort from British Lt. Governor Henry Hamilton and his soldiers by Lt. Col. George Rogers Clark and his frontiersmen on February 25, 1779. The heroic march of Clarkaposs men from Kaskaskia on the Mississippi in ........more >
George Rogers Clark State Memorial
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Glendale State Fish and Wildlife Area
Glendale Fish Wildlife Area is dedicated to providing quality hunting and fishing opportunities while maintaining 8,060 acres of land and over 1,400 acres of lakes and impoundments.........more >
Greenburg Reservoir State Fishing Area
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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 and pristine landscape await you here. This is a trail lover's paradise Trails for walking, biking and nature hikes will lure you for a visit. Nearby ........more >
Harrison-Crawford State Forest
Harrison-Crawford/Wyandotte Complex lies in the central and extreme southern part of the state,bordering the Ohio River. The forest contains about 26,000 acres including the Wyandotte Caves StateRecreation Area. The area offers Class A campsites, as well as the Stagestop Campground, which offersClass ........more >
Hilands Overlook State Park
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Hoosier National Forest
The Hoosier National Forest, in the hills of south central Indiana, provides a wide mix of opportunities and resources for people to enjoy. Rolling hills, back-country trails, and rural crossroad communities make this small but beautiful Forest a favorite Forest managers work with the public to develop ........more >
Jackson-Washington State Forest
Jackson-Washington State Forest encompasses more than 16,500 acres in Jackson and Washingtoncounties in the heart of Indiana. This part of the state contains unique topography known as the knobsregion, and affords scenic views from Skyline Drive and some breathtaking hiking trails. The main forestarea, ........more >
Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial
Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial preserves the site of the farm where Abraham Lincoln spent 14 formative years of his life, from the ages of 7 to 21. He and his family moved to Indiana in 1816 and stayed until 1830 when they moved on to Illinois. During this period, Lincoln grew physically and intellectually ........more >
Lincoln State Park
Visit Lincoln State Park and discover Indiana's past throughout 10 miles of hiking trails, rolling forested hills and two scenic lakes. Sleep among the trees in our lakeside campground, log cabins or group cottages. Visit the Colonel Jones Home, the historic home of the merchant employer of young Abraham ........more >
Martin County State Forest
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Martin State Forest
Martin State Forest offers a variety of educational opportunities through its woodland management trailand arboretum. The forest features rugged hills, deep woods and long hiking trails.........more >
Middle Fork State Wildlife Refuge
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Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge
Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge is located in south central Indiana. The refuge takes its name from the Muscatatuck River, which forms the southern boundary. The land of winding waters is a pocket of wetland habitat where the river, flood-prone creeks, and small natural springs attracted wildlife ........more >
Muscatatuck State Park
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Nancy Hanks Lincoln State Memorial
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New Harmony State Memorial
The New Harmony State Historic Site is a part of the unified program of the University of Southern Indiana and the Indiana State Museum Historic Sites. New Harmony is the site of two of Americas earliest utopian communities. The first, Harmonie on the Wabash 1814-1824, was one of the most successful ........more >
North Fork State Wildlife Refuge
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Patoka State Fish and Wildlife Area
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Pike State Forest
Pike State Forest was placed under the management of Ferdinand State Forest in July 1997. The PikeState Forest consists of 2,939 acres in southwestern Indiana. Acquisition of the land that makes up PikeState Forest began in the 1930s, and continued through the 1950s. Most of the buildings on the propertywere ........more >
Selmier State Forest
Selmier State Forest 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 to pine,black locust, black walnut, sycamore and tuliptree from 1921 to 1934. Most of the property was ........more >
Spencer County State Forest
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Spring Mill State Park
Spring Mill abounds in endless opportunities for recreation The restored pioneer village is a delight as you travel through time to the early 1800s. Twin Caves is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tours run on the half-hour no advance registrations are accepted sign up on day of tour only. No children ........more >
Springs Valley State Fish and Wildlife Area
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TC Steele State Memorial
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The Labyrinth State Memorial
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Versailles State Park
Take a drive through the beautiful rolling hills of southeastern Indiana with Versailles State Park as your destination. Relax while fishing on the 230-acre lake where you can rent a paddleboat, rowboat, kayak or canoe. Get a workout and see the beauty of the park by taking a walk on a hiking trails ........more >
White Oak State Fishing Area
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Yellowwood State Forest
Yellowwood State Forest was created in 1940 when federal land was leased to the State of Indiana. Theland was deeded to the state in 1956. Prior to that time, the Civilian Conservation Corps and WorksProject Administration completed three lakes, a shelterhouse and a residence, all presently in use. ........more >
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