A great park for fishing, camping, hunting, hiking, horseback riding, picnicking, and more! Greene-Sullivan State Forest is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Indiana. Greene-Sullivan was founded in 1936 when various coal companies donated more than 3,000 acres of property to the Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry. But that was just the beginning. Now the forest boasts almost 8,000 acres of beautiful woodland and rolling hills dotted with more than 120 lakes, making it one of the most unique areas in Indiana.
If you’re not fishing or camping, there’s still something for you at Greene-Sullivan State Forest. Other favorite activities include hunting, picnicking, mushroom hunting, horseback riding, photography and wildlife viewing.
Tent camping with vehicular access is available for a fee; campsites are available on a first come, first serve basis. Self check-in stations are located in each campground or at the forest office. Sites have pit toilets and seasonal drinking water available. There is a picnic table and grill located on each of the 100 family campsites of Narrow Lake, Wampler Lake and Reservoir #26. An additional 20 sites for horse campers only are available in the Horseman’s Campground near Ladder Lake. A dumping station is also available. Reservoir #26 has a wheelchair accessible campsite, pit toilets and playground.
2551 S. State Road 159
Dugger, IN 47848
Information and photo courtesy of Greene-Sullivan State Forest