O'Bannon Woods State Park


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O'Bannon Woods State Park


Location:In central and extreme southern Indiana, bordering the Ohio River, within the 24,000-acre Harrison-Crawford State Forest.
Facilities:281 campsites with electricity, modern restrooms, and showers, 47 equestrian campsites (primitive), group camping area (primitive) with 100-bed self-contained structures, picnic areas, 9 shelters, hiking trails (15.8 miles of short day-use trails and access to a 24-mile backpacking trail in Harrison-Crawford State Forest), horse trails, access sites for boaters, nature center, naturalist services.
Activities:Camping, fishing, boating, hiking, horseback riding, interpretive programs.
Special Features:Park, which is located within the Harrison-Crawford State Forest, features natural escarpments overlooking the Ohio River. Wyandotte Caves State Recreation Area (see separate entry) is also located in the Harrison-Crawford State Forest. The park was previously known as Wyandotte Woods State Recreation Area; the name was changed in 2004 to honor the late Governor Frank O'Bannon and his family.
Address:7240 Old Forest Rd
Corydon, IN 47112

Phone:812-738-8232
Web: www.in.gov/dnr/forestry/stateforests/harcraw.htm
Size: 2,000 acres.

See other parks in Indiana.