Commemorating the only Civil War battle fought on Indiana soil. The log cabin has been restored and is open Friday Saturday and Sunday from 10-4 during the summer season.
The O’Bannon Woods State Park lies in the central and extreme southern part of the state, bordering the Ohio River. The forest contains approximately 26,000 acres to hike and fish including the Wyandotte Caves State Recreation Area. There is a Nature Center and a working haypress powered by oxen with demonstrations during scheduled events. The Center is open Tuesday-Sunday 10:00am-4:00pm. This park is open year round Monday-Sunday from 7am – 11pm.1 mile accessible compacted surface trail (powered mobility and all-terrain chairs available). Trail includes: frog pond, rest sites, wildlife viewing blind, elevated walkways, & sensory garden. Also available: Pool lift (electric controls), water chairs for sprinklers and zero-entry pools, camp sites with universal fire-rings and camp sanitary stations & accessible restrooms.
In state admission $7
Out of state admission $9
New mountain bike trails added in 2015. The trails at O’Bannon Woods State Park are now being called “some of the best in the Midwest.”
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