Potato Creek State Park Might Just Be The Most Haunted Park In Indiana

Indiana has absolutely no shortage of state parks. There’s a little something for everyone here: stunning dunes, breathtaking beaches, incredible forests, amazing geology… it certainly seems as if we get the best of most worlds out here. There is a state park that, for whatever reason, doesn’t get as much love as the others. This park is known more for the ghosts that supposedly stalk the grounds than anything else, and for good reason: it’s scary as all get-out after dark. Enter the world of Potato Creek State Park, an old park that might just be the most haunted park in Indiana. PerhapsĀ that’sĀ the reason it doesn’t garner as much attention as most.

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For permits, closure information and updates, and information about booking a cabin or campsite at the ever-so-spooky Potato Creek State Park, you’ll want to do so on the official website.

Have you ever visited Potato Creek State Park? Did you experience anything that scared you which you could not explain? Tell us all about it in the comments. Craving more haunted Indiana? Check this out!

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