Explore The Oldest Trees In The Hoosier State At These 7 Old-Growth Forests In Indiana

There are several old-growth forests in Indiana that are more than 150 years old. Their trees are taller and wider than any others in the state, meaning they’ve been around since before the state was a state.

Whether you love history or nature, these forest preserves will have something in store for you. Scroll on for more details.

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