THE BURN BAN HAS BEEN LIFTED
PLEASE USE EXTREME CAUTION AND COMMON SENSE
PLEASE EXTINGUISH FIRES WHEN NOT NEEDED
Think you have what it takes to hike the Knobstone? The Knobstone is the longest hiking trail in Indiana. The trail is 58 miles long, passing through Clark State Forest, Jackson-Washington State Forest and Elk Creek Public Sighing Area. The trail extends to Deam Lake. Foot traffic only. Many steep climbs and descents, making it a rugged difficult trail. There are eight trailheads and one is located in Delaney Creek Park. More information can be obtain at Jackson-Washington State Forest (812) 358-2160.
We offer a variety of options.
We have cabins, lodges, modern camping and primitive camping.
You don't have to camp to enjoy our beach, picnic area or to cast a line fishing.
We have john boat, canoe and kayak rentals during peak season.
Our campstore is relocating but should be ready by spring.