O'Bannon Woods State Park
Indiana’s newest 3,000 acre state park is in the middle of the Harrison-Crawford State Forest. It is loaded with recreational opportunities.
Links of Interest
A park volunteer, demonstrates how a blacksmith’s forge operated during the mid 19th century.
Get involved and experience nature at its finest!
Fish for smallmouth bass, channel catfish, and blue gill in Wyandotte Lake, Blue River, or the Ohio River. A valid Indiana fishing license is required.
With over 200 miles of trail, you’ll find a suitable adventure.
Learn how hay was pressed for sale and transported in the mid-19th century from this fully restored, 3-story working haypress.
Horse lovers will appreciate the 80 miles of marked horse trails.
Hunters can bag whitetail deer, wild turkeys, squirrels and raccoons among other wildlife.
Our Hickory Hollow Nature Center offers educational demonstrations and displays for all ages to enjoy.
Enjoy one of the shelterhouses, picnic tables, or just grab your basket and blanket and find the perfect spot.
Explore the rich history of this Pioneer Farmstead and listen to Interpretive Naturalists tell its story.
Check out our awesome aquatic center! There’s a huge pool, slides, and safe area for the little ones to get wet!