Few People Know This Beautiful Natural Arch In Indiana Even Exists

Fountain County, Indiana, doesn’t exactly make the news very often. It’s a low-key, chilled-out place, with lots of peace and quiet to be had. Nestled within Fountain County is one of the most fascinating and visually captivating natural wonders in Indiana: a strange arch carved out of sandstone over thousands of years (if not longer). It’s the Portland Arch, located at – surprise – the Portland Arch Nature Preserve near the Wabash River. Come explore this breathtaking natural display of the planet’s power.

For more information about the Arch and the Preserve, be sure to check out the official Nature Conservancy website. For more amazing Indiana, you might want to check out this awesome road trip to some of the natural wonders of Indiana.

Have you ever been to Portland Arch Nature Preserve? Tell us about it in the comments!

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Address: Portland Arch Nature Preserve (North Trail), 1599 W Scout Camp Rd, Covington, IN 47932, USA
Address: Portland Arch Nature Preserve (South Trail), 1480 W Scout Camp Rd, Covington, IN 47932, USA