There Are Endless Things To Do In Indiana’s Salamonie River State Forest

Not-so-hidden in northern Indiana is one of just two state forests in the region; its name is derived from a Native American word (“O-sah-mo-nee”) that means “yellow paint.” It’s the stunning Salamonie River State Forest, a 950-acre slice of paradise right here in our own backyards. When it comes to things to do in Indiana, few forests have quite as many activities jam-packed into them, making Salamonie River State Forest a sought-after destination for appreciating the great outdoors. Come see why this particular forest is so special!

For more information about the Salamonie River State Forest in Indiana, be sure to check out the official Department of Natural Resources website. Where are your favorite places in Indiana? Tell us about them in the comments.

Address: Salamonie River State Forest, Lagro Township, IN 46941, USA