Hiking through deep canyons and along towering sandstone cliffs, explorers visiting Turkey Run State Park will find a variety of trails suitable for all ages and abilities. Crossing the suspension bridge from Turkey Run State Park cabins will lead to you to many of the trails that criss-cross the park and the park map will help you decide which trail is best suited to your capabilities.
This 1.5-mile trail is rated as easy for difficulty and takes hikers to the Pine Hill Nature Preserve. Guiding you through the forest, the route is kid-friendly and full of wild flowers.
A 1-7mile loop rated as moderate for difficulty. Enjoy lush forest walks and the chance to spot many species of birds along this route. Trail running is also popular on this route.
Rated as hard for difficulty, this 2.1-mile route features rugged rock slopes and a number of ridges. The trail also takes hikers along the creek and to a waterfall.
A variety of exciting and engaging activities await families visiting Turkey Run State Park and you will find something to keep everyone entertained. From sunny days exploring the creek to equestrian excursions on the trails, Turkey Run State Park hotels will ensure you have access to plenty of fun days out in the park.
Among the most scenic rivers in Indiana, exploring Sugar Creek in a canoe is a great way to enjoy a day on the water as you travel through the heart of the park.
Horses are available to hire in the park, allowing you to explore the many miles of dedicated trails from the saddle. Open from April through October, the saddle barn also offers hay rides for younger children.
Boasting an Olympic-size swimming pool with a bathhouse and wading pool, swimming is always popular in the park. Lifeguards are on duty while the pool is open.
Providing interpretive excursions and exhibits throughout the year, the Nature Center at Turkey Run State Park is the ideal destination for anyone who wants to learn more about the natural history of the area.