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Location:On the Patoka River in southern Indiana; accessible via State Roads 164, 145, and 56.
Facilities:455 campsites with electricity, flush toilets, showers, asphalt pads, camp store, and fish cleaning station, 45 primitive campsites, picnic areas with shelters and toilet facilities (some sites @di), swimming beach, bathhouse with showers and modern restrooms, food concessions, 2 marinas, 9 boat ramps, boat rentals, hiking, biking, and fitness trails, archery range, disc golf course.
Activities:Camping, swimming, fishing, boating, water-skiing, hiking, bicycling, cross-country skiing, ice fishing, hunting, interpretive and recreational programs.
Special Features:Lake area encompasses Jackson, Lick Fork, Little Patoka, Newton-Stewart, Painter Creek, South Lick Fork, and Walls Lake state recreation areas.
Address:3084 N Dillard Rd
Birdseye, IN 47513
Size: 25,800 acres land; 8,800 acres water.
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