The Rock Formations At Turkey Run State Park In Indiana Are A Geological Wonder

While there are many parks in Indiana for tons of outdoor activities, only a few give you a glimpse into the past. At Turkey Run State Park in Marshall, you can camp, canoe, fish, hike, and more, but you’ll also get a rare chance to marvel at a true geological wonder. Within this state park, you can walk upon old sandstone gorges that give you a unique perspective of what our state must have been like millions of years ago, and it makes for an otherworldly experience. You’ll feel like you’ve been transported into a storybook after you view the rock formations in Turkey Run State Park.

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