Explore McCormick’s Creek State Park On This Fall Color Adventure In Indiana

If there’s anything we absolutely can’t get over about living in Indiana, it’s the fact that we get to enjoy all four seasons here. Our springs are brilliant and vibrant, our summers are hot and lush, and our autumns… man. Our. Autumns. Fall in Indiana is an incredible time, and it’s true that no matter where you turn you’re sure to see the entire world ablaze in color. Why not visit the first-ever state park in Indiana – McCormick’s Creek State Park – and fully immerse yourself in the wonder of the season? We think yes.

For more information about this amazing Indiana state park, including info on each trail, camping, cabin rentals, and more, be sure to check out the official Indiana Department of Natural Resources website.

Can’t get enough of the fall colors in Indiana? You might want to do this amazing Indiana fall colors road trip, or perhaps check out some of these amazing overlooks in Indiana that explode with color every year.

Address: McCormick's Creek State Park, 250 McCormick Creek Park Rd, Spencer, IN 47460, USA

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