The colors are about to change and for hiking enthusiasts that means is a peak time to enjoy area trails. Here are some great locations in Indiana to take in the change of the seasons.
Turkey Run State Park - Located in Marshall, IN it is home to natural geologic splendor allowing guests to hike along Sugar Creek, sandstone ravines, and aged forests. Most hikes are considered moderate with the longest trail being 3 miles. Cross the suspension bridge for an exciting and somewhat terrifying experience.
Clifty Falls State Park - This park near Madison, IN is considered by many locals to be home to the best hiking trails in the entire state. The parks waterfalls are a great attraction anytime of year and the 14-mile hiking loop has a variety of spectacular views for anyone willing to make the trek.
McCormick’s Creek State Park - The 3 mile loop near Spencer, IN is recommended for experienced hikers. Explore the limestone canyon, gentle creek, scenic waterfalls, and native wildflowers. Hikers will experience great views from the fire tower or crossing the stone arch bridge created by the Civilian Conservation Corps.