Face The Frost At These 3 Indiana Parks For Some Epic Winter Adventures
Holing up for the winter may be tempting in the Hoosier States, but you’ll miss a lot of the natural beauty and family fun Indiana has in store for you. Indiana keeps its famous state parks open for the winter, but only a few of them are famed for the winter festivities and have amenities better suited for the cold. If you’re looking to face the frost and have some fun this season, you’re bound to be pleased if you pick from one of these three parks.
If these photos gave you the shivers, you’re not alone. Some people define adventure in ways that others define insanity. But, in Indiana, no family adventure this frosty will be soon forgotten. So, soak in the scenic beauty of these parks. When the spring comes, you’ll feel like you’ve really earned it.
What are your favorite places for Indiana ice-capades? Is there a perfect park you love in the winter that’s not on this list? We love seeing your photos and hearing your stories. Get in touch!
Address: Summit Lake State Park, 5993 N Messick Rd, New Castle, IN 47362, USA
Address: Fort Harrison State Park, 6000 N Post Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46216, USA
Address: Turkey Run State Park, 8121 Park Rd, Marshall, IN 47859, USA
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