Unique natural geologic wonders of this beautiful park as you hike along its famous trails. Located along State Road 47 southwest of Crawfordsville, you’ll want to explore the deep, sandstone ravines and walk along the stands of aged forests, and enjoy the scenic views along Sugar Creek. Visit the Colonel Richard Lieber Cabin which commemorates the contributions of the father of Indiana’s state park system.
Sugar Creek, one of Indiana’s most scenic rivers, flows right through the heart of Turkey Run State Park. You can fish for bass, bluegill and more in the creek, though a state license is required.
If you prefer fishing from a boat note that there are two public access points to Sugar Creek just outside Turkey Run: one upstream of the Narrows Covered Bridge at the Brush Creek canoe ramp, and one downstream at a canoe ramp by Cox Ford Covered Bridge.
- Hiking Trails
- Inn Accommodations w/ Indoor Pool and Restaurant
- Meeting & Conference Facilities
- Nature Center / Planetarium
- Horseback Riding
- Swimming / Pool
- Tennis & Other Games
Photo and information courtesy of Turkey Run State Park