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Jackson-Washington State Forest 'Bridge' © Michael E. Ruby
Bridge over the dam for Knob Lake
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Jackson-Washington State Forest
'Bridge'
© Michael E. Ruby rube101comcast.net

Bridge over the dam for Knob Lake

Indiana Dunes State Park
'Waves'
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The sun lights the waves coming to the shore

Spring Mill State Park
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Versailles State Park
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Indiana Dunes State Park
'A foggy morning.'
© Jim Snyder

Some of the distant fog remains.

Falls of the Ohio State Park
'Falls of the Ohio-4'
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Fossil Beds

Clifty Falls State Park
'Just a trickle'
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Big Clifty Falls

McCormicks Creek State Park
'Key Stone Bridge'
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Versailles State Park Dam
'Dam'
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Versailles State Park Dam

Indiana Dunes State Park
'The Beach 2'
© Jim Snyder

Also near the beach house.

Clifty Falls State Park
'Upstream'
© Michael E. Ruby rube101comcast.net

Looking upstream from the bridge above Hoffman Falls

Indiana Dunes State Park
'Chicago'
© Michael E. Ruby rube101comcast.net

Chicago in the distance

Spring Mill State Park
'Donaldson Cave'
© Tammy Davis

Donaldson Cave Now closed to hiker due to WNS white nose syndrome that is associated with killing bats at an alarming rate. By closing the cave to hikers they hope to stop the spread of this condition and preserve the bat population in Indiana and the nation

Spring Mill State Park
'Inner workings'
© Michael E. Ruby rube101comcast.net

Wooden gears and shafts are driven by the water wheel

Versailles State Park Dam
'Top of dam'
© Michael E. Ruby rube101comcast.net

Looking down over the Versailles State Park Dam.

Indiana's Eastern Region Parks


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State Forests
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State Parks
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State Memorials

Parks in this region are near these Indiana Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
RICHMOND
KOKOMO
FORT WAYNE
MUNCIE
NEW CASTLE
LOGANSPORT
HUNTINGTON
MARION
PERU
CONNERSVILLE
COLUMBIA CITY
ANDERSON
DECATUR
AUBURN
PENDLETON
WABASH

Chain O'Lakes State Park
This is lake country and a small boater's paradise. Eight connecting lakes will be the center of your adventures at Chain O'Lakes State Park in Noble County. Paddle through the chain, hike the trails, or attend a nature program in the park's 'old schoolhouse' nature center. At nearby Rome City, you ........more >
Frances Slocum State Forest
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Gene Stratton Porter State Memorial
The Cabin in the Wildflower Woods lies nestled on the shore of Sylvan Lake, near Rome City, Indiana. It is the former home of Gene Stratton-Porter, one of Indianas most widely read authors and one of the worlds first and best nature photographers.........more >
Limberlost State Memorial
At the turn of the century, the Limberlost Swamp was described as a treacherous swamp and quagmire, filled with every plant, animal and human danger knownin the worst of such locations in the central states. Stretching for 13 thousand acres across Indiana's southern Adams County and northern Jay County, ........more >
Mounds State Park
Mounds State Park, located off I-69 east of Anderson, features 10 unique earthworks built by a group of prehistoric Indians known as the Adena-Hopewell people. The largest earthwork, the Great Mound, is believed to have been constructed around 160 B.C. Archaeological surveys seem to indicate it was ........more >
Ouabache State Park
Ouabache is difficult to spell, but easy to pronounce. Simply say 'Wabash'...just like the river that forms the southwest boundary for the park. This is the French spelling of an Indian word, so don't be surprised to hear some folks call it o-ba-chee. Kunkel Lake offers excellent fishing. During ........more >
Salamonie River State Forest
The name Salamonie was derived from the Native American word O-sah-mo-nee, which means yellowpaint. Native Americans made yellow paint from the bloodroot plant which grew in great abundancealong the winding banks of the river. Salamonie River State Forest was created as a demonstration riverside forest ........more >
Whitewater State Park
Two-hundred acre Whitewater Lake and access to Brookville Reservoir, along with other recreational facilities make Whitewater Memorial State Park a great family getaway. The land for the park was originally purchased by the surrounding counties of Union, Fayette, Franklin and Wayne as a memorial ........more >
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