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National Parks in Indiana

From the pristine shores of Lake Michigan to the childhood home of President Abraham Lincoln, Indiana’s diverse national parks hold something for everyone. Nearly two million visitors reach these Hoosier State parks each year – all looking to learn and take home memories of unmatched outdoor adventure.

Enjoy 15,000 acres – including the 15-mile beachfront – of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. This northern Indiana paradise features scenic trails, excellent beaches, and even a couple learning centers on environmental education.

For history buffs in the land of Hoosier, the George Rogers Clark National Historical Park preserves a famed victory site from the American Revolution. Southern Indiana features the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial – preserving the site of the iconic log cabin in what is today Lincoln City.