Escape To Greene-Sullivan State Forest For A Beautiful Indiana Nature Scene

Sometimes Hoosiers – especially the adventurous types – feel like we’ve seen everything there is to see in Indiana. We’ve done all the things-to-do, and we know all the things-to-know. And then, sometimes, something amazing happens: we hear about a spot we’ve never heard of before, and suddenly, that sense of adventure within us is ignited again. Greene Sullivan State Forest in Indiana is one such place: once you discover it, you’ll never want to leave, and it rivals the hippest spots you know.

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Do you think you could visit each of the 120 lakes at Greene Sullivan State Forest in Indiana in one camping trip? It’s worth a shot! If you’d like more information about the park, including campsite and/or cabin reservations and fees, as well as the aforementioned list-o-fish species in the lakes, check out the forest’s webpage on the Indiana Department of Natural Resources site.

If you’re looking for more ideas for amazing Indiana nature spots, check this article out!

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