There’s nothing quite like fall in Indiana. As the temperatures cool, there are plenty of places to go and enjoy the sights and sounds of the changing season. We’ve put together a list of our favorite places to go and enjoy the fall foliage – just for you.
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Brown County State Park
The state’s largest park, Brown County State Park is made up of nearly 16,000 acres of gorgeous hills, ridges and ravines. With events planned throughout fall, you’ll find onsite accommodations and plenty of nearby hotels, restaurants and attractions to make it a weekend destination.
Clifty Falls State Park
Known for its waterfalls, Clifty Falls State Park offers diverse terrain and year-round hiking, with an endless array of trails and adventures. Located near Madison, you can check out fall happenings in town, including the annual Chautauqua Festival of Art in late September.
You don’t have to be a sports fan to enjoy the South Bend area. Start with a student-guided walking tour of Notre Dame, in its fall-color glory. Or venture into nearby Mishawaka and bike, walk or run the Riverwalk and explore St. Joseph River.
Turkey Run State Park has something for everyone, from hiking and bridle trails to campsites and sandstone gorges. Scenic Sugar Creek is the perfect spot for fishing or canoeing, and with an abundance of wildlife, you’ll enjoy fall in all its splendor.
West Beach is part of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. But there’s much more than just sand, as you can explore the rugged dunes, tranquil wetlands and stretches of peaceful forests. With miles of hiking trails, plant species and world-class birding, you’ll find plenty to explore and see.
This article was written by Action Air