This Underrated Park Just Might Be The Most Beautiful Place In Indiana
Deciding on the most beautiful park in Indiana may just be a futile task. From the gorgeous Indiana Dunes, stunning Ohio River waterscapes, colorful fields in rural Indiana, to the jaw dropping skylines and architectural designs, the Hoosier state is packed with beauty. While finding one spot in Indiana that is the “most beautiful” is likely impossible (there are too many!), Spring Mill State Park in Mitchell is certainly a worthy contender.
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What do you think of Spring Mill State Park? Have you ever been there? Is it worthy of the title of one of the most beautiful places in Indiana? For more information and to plan a trip, visit the park’s website. And if you have any other suggestions of the most beautiful park in Indiana, be sure to let us know in the comments!
Address: 3333 State Road 60 E., Mitchell, Indiana, 47446
Address: 3333 IN-60, Mitchell, IN 47446, USA
The OIYS Visitor Center
most beautiful park in Indiana
February 10, 2021
What’s the most beautiful hike in Indiana?
There are way too many to choose from to pick just one, but hiking any of the trails at Spring Mill State Park is absolutely amazing! There are four unique areas of the park to explore, so make sure to get there early.
What are the best little known parks in Indiana?
We’re pretty confident that Indiana has way too many hidden gems to list here, but one of our favorites is Spring Mill State Park: so underrated, and so beautiful! Make sure to check out the Pioneer Town there as well.
Is Indiana a good place to live?
Indiana has a relatively low cost of living, and the state is absolutely beautiful! Depending on what town you choose, there is so much to love about the Hoosier state!
Courtney's originally from the East Coast, but has found a charming new home in Indiana. She loves checking out local music, reading, and trying new food. She's also a little too addicted to coffee and has a Maine Coon cat she answers to.
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