Indiana May 23, 2015
12 Beautiful State Parks in Indiana That Will Knock Your Socks Off
There is one thing a lot of people do not know about Indiana. We are home to a lot of state parks. More than 20! Here are some of the more beautiful state parks in Indiana!
1.) Brown County State Park
Brown County State Park is recognized as the largest start park in the state of Indiana.
2.) Charlestown State Park
Did you know Charlestown State Park was built over the top of a Indiana Army Ammunition Plant?
3.) Clifty Falls State Park
Clifty Falls State Park is home to one of the few waterfalls in Indiana. It is also home to a canyon that only gets daylight during the middle of the day.
4.) Lincoln State Park
This was the very last state park Richard Lieber established. Beautiful!
5.) McCormick's Creek State Park
Did you know McCormick's Creek was the very first state park in Indiana?
6.) Mounds State Park
This beautiful park is located in Anderson, Indiana.
7.) O'Bannon Woods State Park
This beautiful park can be found in Leavenworth, Indiana.
8.) Pokagon State Park
This picture is a picture of the Spring Shelter found in the park. This shelter was built back in 1937.
9.) Fort Harrison State Park
Sometimes known as just Fort Ben, this park is located in Lawrence, Indiana.
10.) Indiana Dunes State Park
This was one of the very first places Richard Lieber visited and considered when he was setting up the state park system of Indiana.
11.) Shades State Park
This park stretches over three counties including Montgomery, Parke, and Fountain.
12.) Turkey Run State Park
You can find this beautiful park in Parke County, Indiana.
There are so many state parks in Indiana, you could go to a different park almost every day of the month without going to the same one twice! Which one of these beautiful parks is your favorite?