Some Of The Best Fall Color In All Of Indiana Can Be Found At This State Park
Autumn is a special time of year, isn’t it? There’s something so magical about the changing of the leaves, the chill in the air, and the cool, dry breeze around this time that makes everything seem a little nicer than usual. We just so happen to be totally obsessed with fall color in Indiana, and it’s pretty hard to get it wrong: it seems like everywhere you turn will be awash with color, so what better time to check out some of Indiana’s state parks than now? For example, check out Shakamak State Park for the ultimate autumn experience:
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