Third Time's A Charm at Indiana State Parks They say that “third time’s a charm,” and while my first two go arounds as an Ambassador for America’s State Parks and Indiana State Parks has certainly been charms, I’d have to say that the third year has been the most fun, in my opinion.
Fall at Clifty Falls Clifty Falls-- Madison Indiana
Enjoy the rugged trails and the rustic inn at Clifty falls during the beautiful fall season! Make sure to see the old railroad tunnel as well as the overlook.
A Successful 1st Trip to Pokagon State Park ANGOLA, INDIANA-Pokagon State Park is one of the Indiana State Park’s oldest properties. Opened in 1925, Pokagon has become a popular enjoy learning about the history of the CCC that built many of the buildings and shelters still standing today.
History Comes Alive at Spring Mill Spring Mill State Park-- Mitchell Indiana
The pioneer village was bustling during the 4th of July weekend! There is no better way to celebrate the creation of our country than to see how the older generations lived and settled our area.
Fields of Flowers at Summit Lake State Park NEW CASTLE, INDIANA-The smell of wildflowers on a hot day in July can always be relaxing. I recently traveled to Summit Lake State Park and headed down the park’s trail 1 to take a view of the prairie and see what wildflowers were in bloom.