Camp on the tip of this peninsula on a quick overnight in the Charles C. Deam Wilderness. BY STUART PECK
Wander through three-season wildflowers on this overnight.
This 6.1-mile loop wanders into Indiana's only wilderness area, Charles C. Deam Wilderness, along an exceptional ridgeline to the sometimes-dry Sycamore Branch Creek
Find rugged wilderness in central Indiana as you hike this 10.3-mile loop. Don't miss old Draper Cabin.
Hike over contoured hills into the quite wilderness filled with deer, wild turkey, and roughed grouse on this 9.4-mile loop. In spring, scavenge for morel mushrooms.
Take a bus to the start of this 6.2-mile stroll through Fort Harrison State Park's secluded woods and creek-split hills.
On this easy 6-mile loop, you'll cross Eagle Creek Reservoir on a scenic causeway, wander lovely woods, and catch views from a waterfront lookout.
See the boyhood haunts of Abraham Lincoln on this 8.2-mile loop among rolling hills and past two ponds and a lake in Lincoln State Park.
Ride the bus to explore this 5.3-mile loop in Fort Harrison State Park featuring sun-dappled forests, seasonal flowers and, if you're quiet, wildlife.
Hike a blooming stretch of Indiana's hills.
Explore the newly-constructed Taylor Ridge Trail, dipping deep into the Hoosier Hills of Brown County State Park.
Hike 10 miles in the settlers’ footsteps on the outskirts of Circle City.
This out-of-the-way 967-acre park boasts the highest piece of land between St. Louis and Cincinnati and is packed with wooded ravines and seasonal treasures.
Catch a bird's-eye view of eastern Indiana's Whitewater Lake on this easy 2.3-mile out-and-back skirting a nature preserve and the a remote wooded shoreline.
Dip into Whitewater Lake and the wooded heart of Indiana's 3rd largest state park with this 2.6-mile loop an hour and a half from Indianapolis.
It's a multi-use magnet! This 15.5-mile path through Indianapolis has a smooth, paved, and traffic-free surface perfect for an evening ride or family outing--just watch out for runaway rollerbladers!
Take a ridgetop walk on the Hoosier State's longest footpath.
Peek into a wildflower-filled ravine, a ruddy-colored seep spring, and the Hornbeam Nature Preserve on this rugged 1.1-mile loop in Indiana's third largest state park.