Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Ohio River in Indiana


Ohio River
Ohio River in Indiana
Total River Miles - 357
From River Mile 491.34 to River Mile 848
The Ohio River forms the southern border of Posey, Vanderburgh, Warrick, Spencer, Perry, Crawford, Harrison, Floyd, Clark, Jefferson, Switzerland, Ohio and Dearborn counties.
Ohio River at Lesko Park, Aurora
Ohio River at Lesko Park, Aurora


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Ohio River In Dearborn County
Length - About 7.36 Miles
Parks along the Ohio River
Lesko Ohio River Park
Aurora, Indiana

Dearborn County Towns along the River
Aurora,
Lawrenceburg

Dearborn County Hiking/Biking Trails along the Ohio River
River Trail
Dearborn Trail

Indiana State Highways along the River

Indiana State Road 56

Dearborn County Marinas
BLUE RIBBON MARINA
Ohio River Access
Westside Drive
Aurora
(812)-926-0830

LISCHGKE BOAT HARBOR
Ohio River Access
Judiciary Street
Aurora
(812)-926-0553

Aurora Landing
103 Judiciary Street
Aurora, IN 47001
812-926-1774

Aurora Marina & Campground
11598 State Route 56
Aurora, IN 47001
812-926-2150

Hogan Creek Canoe Ramp
Waterways Park
Aurora, IN 47001

Holiday Hills Resort & Marina
4600 Hartford Pike
Aurora IN, 47001
812-926-2331

Lighthouse Point Yacht Club
11042 State Route 56
Aurora, IN 47001
812-926-4505

Sunset Bay Marina
799 Westside Drive (SR 350)
Aurora, IN 47001
513-266-1117

Tradewinds Marina
605 Green Boulevard
Aurora, IN 47001
812-926-0341

Tanners Public Boat Dock
U.S. 50
Tanners Creek Ln.
Lawrenceburg, Ind.

Water Ways Marina
Moore St
Aurora IN, 47001
812-926-2325

Ohio River In Floyd County
Approximate Length - About 11 miles

Indiana State Road 111 runs the entire length along the Ohio River which may be seen from many points along the highway.

Cities and towns along the Ohio River in Floyd County:
New Albany

Public Access Points to Ohio River in Floyd County
Jaycees Boat Ramp - New Albany
In New Albany on Floyd Street just east of I-64

Middle Creek Ramp
West on Indiana State Road 111 from New Albany to Old River Road. Turn left, the ramp is a short distance down this road.

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Ohio River In Clark County
Approximate Length - About 43 miles

Cities and Towns along the River - Jeffersonville, Clarksville, New Albany

Ohio River Boat Ramps - Public Access Sites in Clark County
Charlestown State Park
Falls of the Ohio State Park
New Albany's Waterfront Park
George Rogers Clark Home Site
Ohio River Cannelton Pool at the west end of Harrison Ave. in Clarksville
Riverfront Park on Water St. in New Albany
Middle Cr. Ramp, follow SR 111 SW from New Albany to Old River Rd, then E and S for 3 mi. to ramp


Parks along the Ohio River
Charlestown State Park
Falls of the Ohio State Park


Ohio River In Jefferson County
Approximate Length - 23 Miles

Highways along the River - Indiana State Road 56
Cities and Towns along the River - Madison, Hanover

Ohio River In Hanover
Hanover College is located along the high bank of the Ohio River and has a landmark on campus known locally as the "Point." This is the only place along the Ohio River from which three bends can be seen. It is a spectatcular sight. Hanover Beach, located on Hanover Beach Road, is located on the Ohio River and is a popular place for swimming, boating and fishing.

Madison

Madison has found a way to celebrate its location along the Ohio River. Lamplighter Riverfront Park, Madison’s Heritage Trail, and the Madison Public Boat Ramp all make use of the river to accentuate the city's beauty. Stunning views of the Ohio River all along the Madison Heritage Trail in Lamplighter Riverfront park allow the visitor to relax while enjoying the beauty of the river.

Nearby Clifty Falls State Park Inn has a stunning panorama of the river from its Riverside rooms and there is a sun room that guests may read in while overlooking the river. Indiana State Road 56 east of Madison offers a relaxing drive during most of which the River is visible from the road. It is part of the Ohio River Scenic Byway.



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Ohio River In Switzerland County
Length -

Switzerland County Towns along the River
Vevay
Patriot

Parks along the Ohio River
Jennings Park – Ohio River Park
Oogle Park

Switzerland County Ohio River Boat Ramps - Public Access Sites

Paul Ogle River Front Park
Ferry Street Vevay, IN

The Paul Ogle River Front Park has a boat ramp with a portable dock during warm weather, camping along the Ohio River, picnic area, RV camping and ball fields. Paul Ogle Riverfront Park is located near the downtown of Vevay .

Bryant’s Creek Boat Ramp
Just off of Indiana State Road 156
Between Patriot and Florence, Indiana


Patriot Boat Ramp
2nd Street in Patriot




Ohio River in Ohio County
Length - Approximately 11 miles
The Ohio River forms the eastern border of Ohio County. There are no bridges across the river to Kentucky.
Marinas
MAGIC VALLEY BOAT LODGE Ohio River Access R.R. 2 Rising Sun (812)-438-3586
RISING SUN MARINA Ohio River Access First and Front St. Rising Sun (812)-438-3225

Towns along the Ohio River in Ohio County
Rising Sun

Highways along the Ohio River in Ohio County
IndianaState Road 156
Indiana State Road 56
These highways together make up the Ohio River Scenic Byway in Ohio County

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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Indiana State Road 9

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 Indiana State Road 9

Indiana State Road 9 is a north/south highway which begins at an intersection with Indiana State Road 46 and US Route 31 near Columbus, Indiana and ends at the Indiana/Michigan border. The border towns are Howe, Indiana and Sturgis, Michigan, and the highway continues north as Michigan State Road 22. On its way north it crosses Bartholomew, Shelby, Hancock, Madison, Grant, Huntington, Whitley, Noble and Lagrange Counties


Indiana State Road 9 in Bartholomew County
Length - About 16 miles.
Indiana State Road 9 is a north/south highway which begins at an intersection with Indiana State Road 46 and US Route 31 near Columbus, Indiana. The two highways travel together for about 7 miles to an intersection where they split. Indiana State Road 46 veers east towards Greensburg, Indiana while Indiana State Road 9 continues north. Indiana State Road 9 passed through the town of Hope about 5.5 miles from this intersection and passes out of Bartholomew County and into Shelby County about 3.25 miles after passing through Hope.


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Monday, August 29, 2011

Interstate 275

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Interstate 275
Length 3.25 miles

Interstate 275 enters Indiana from the south as it crosses the Ohio River from Kentucky about 2.25 northwest from its intersection with Kentucky State Road 8 at Exit 11. About 1.36 miles from the Indiana State Line Interstate 275 intersects US Route 50 and Indiana State Road 1 at Exit 16. About 1.89 miles from this intersection, Interstate 275 passes into Ohio. I-275 circles Cincinatti and offers access to Lawrenceburg and Dearborn County from Kentucky and Ohio.


Wednesday, August 24, 2011

US Route 52

US Route 52
Total Mileage - 2,072 Miles
US Route 52 begins at the Canadian border in a town called Portal in North Dakota. US Route 52 becomes Highway 39 as it crosses into Canada. On its way southeast it crosses Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina to its end at Number 2 Meeting Street and White Point Gardens along the Charleston Harbor.

US 52 in Indiana
Length - About 202 Miles

US Route 52 crosses from Illinois into Indiana about 5.5 miles west of Kentland, Indiana. On its southeastern journey through Indiana it crosses Newton, Benton, Tippecanoe, Clinton, Boone, Hendricks, Marion, Hancock, Shelby, Rush, Franklin, and Dearborn Counties where it hitches a ride with Interstate 74 at Exit 169 on its way into Ohio.

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US Route 50 In Dearborn County
Length - About 5 miles

US Route 52 crosses into Dearborn County from Franklin County about 2.7 miles from its intersection with Interstate 74 at Exit 169. Exit 169 serves as the exit for West Harrison, Indiana. At this point it merges with Interstate 74 and continues east in conjunction with the interstate.  It exits Dearborn County and Indiana about 2.25 miles east as it passes into Ohio.

In Dearborn County US 52 passes through no towns or cities in Dearborn County.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Indiana State Road 262

Indiana State Road 262
Indiana State Road 262 begins in Dearborn County near Dillsboro, Indiana and travles southeast to Rising Sun, Indiana. Indiana State Road 262 crosses Dearborn and Ohio Counties. The total length is approximately fifteen miles.


A Visit to Aurora and Lawrenceburg, Indiana
A Visit to Aurora and Lawrenceburg, Indiana
Indiana State Road 262 in Dearborn County
Length - About 3.75 miles
Indiana State Road 262 begins near Dillsboro Indiana at an intersection with US Route 50. It crosses Indiana State Road 62 just a short distance further. After passing through some very scenic Dearborn County countryside, it plunges into the Laughery Creek valley and crosses the creek into Ohio County.











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Indiana State Road 262 in Ohio County
Length - About 10.8 miles
Indiana State Road 262 passes into Ohio County from Dearborn County about 3.62 miles from its intersection, and beginning, with US 50 in Dearborn County. Indiana State Road 262 crosses Laughery Creek as it crosses the county line. The highway ends with its intersection with Indiana State Road 56 in Rising Sun.

New Brownsville Covered Bridge


New Brownsville Covered Bridge
New Brownsville Covered Bridge

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New Brownsville Covered Bridge
Mill Race Park
Columbus Indiana

Built in 1840 to cross the East Fork of the Whitewater River near Brownsville, the New Brownsville Covered Bridge was disassembled in 1974 and stored near the Eagle Creek Reservoir. It was rebuilt to replace the fire damaged Clifty Bridge at Mill Race Park in 1985. The Clifty Covered Bridge is the only Long Truss Structure in Indiana. The original 102 foot length has been shortened to 89.5 feet, including two eight foot overhangs. The portal clearance is 15’6”w x 15’6”h.

Approximate latitude, longitude
+39.20611, -85.92917   (decimal degrees)
39°12'22" N, 85°55'45" W   (degrees°minutes'seconds")
Approximate UTM coordinates
16/592456/4340195 (zone/easting/northing)
Bridgehunter.com ID 15820


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Monday, August 22, 2011

Indiana State Road 148

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Indiana State Road 148
Length - About 6.5 miles

Indiana State Road 148 runs from an intersection with US 50 in Aurora to an intersection with Indiana State Road 48 about ten miles west of its intersection with Indiana State Road 101.
This pretty highway passes through a scenic countryside on its short route.


Strawberry Fields Mercantile

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Strawberry Fields Mercantile
326 Jackson St
Hope IN
812-546-0640

Strawberry Fields Mercantile and Bakery Hours: Monday - Thursday, 11 AM to 6 PM; Friday and Saturday, 11 AM to 4 PM Tea Room Hours: 11 AM to 2 PM except Wednesday and Sunday; other times available, please call for seating.

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Friday, August 19, 2011

Fishing - White River -- East Fork



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Fishing - White River -- East Fork
Water Street
Columbus, In

Anglers will find one public fishing location on the East Fork of the White River in Bartholomew County, off Water Street in Columbus.



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Thursday, August 18, 2011

Indiana State Road 56

Indiana State Road 56
Indiana State Road 56 begins in the southwestern corner of Indiana at an intersection with US Route 41 about 1.82 miles southwest of the center of the town of Hazelton, Indiana in Gi bson County. On its eastward trek it crosses Pike, Dubois, Orange, Washington, Scott, Jefferson, Switzerland, Ohio, and Dearborn Counties. It ends at an intersection with US Route 50 in Aurora, Indiana.

Indiana State Road 56 in Dubois County
Length - 27 Miles

Indiana State Road 56 enters Dubois County from the west about 1 mile east of its intersection with Indiana State Road 257 in Pike County. About 8.6 miles from the county line Indiana State Road 56 intersects US 231/Indiana State Road 45 in downtown Jasper. These three highways run concurrently for about Indiana 6.9 miles from this intersection to Haysville, where it diverges to travel east. 6.3 miles east of Haysville Indiana State Road 56 intersects Indiana State Road 545 at Dubois Crossroads. From Dubois Crossroads Indiana State Road 56 travels east about 7.8 miles where it exits Dubois County and enters Orange County.


Indiana State Road 56 in Jefferson County
Length - About 27 miles
Indiana State Road 56 enters Jefferson County about 7.8 miles east of its intersection with US Route 31 in Austin, Indiana. About 9.5 miles east of the county line it intersects Indiana State Road 62 west of Madison, Indiana. About 2.1 miles east it passes the south entrance for Clifty Falls State Park. Another 1.1 miles east it intersects Indiana State Road 7. About .75 miles east US Route 421 branches off on its way north. About .2 miles east, US Route 421 intersects Indiana State Road 56 as it enters Indiana across the Milton-Madison Bridge across the Ohio River from Kentucky. About 7 miles east Indiana State Road 56 passes Brooksburg, Indiana. About 3.1 miles east Indiana State Road 56 passes into Switzerland County at the village of Lamb, Indiana.

Indiana State Road 56 in Switzerland County
Length - About 22 miles
Indiana State Road 56 crosses the Jefferson County line into Switzerland County about eight miles west of Vevay, Indiana. As you cross the county line you can see Carrollton, Kentucky across the Ohio River. Indiana State Road 56 enters Vevay as Main Street. It turns left at the intersection with Ferry Street and Indiana State Road 156. Indiana State Road 56 turns left on Ferry Street, which it becomes until it exits Vevay. About 11.5 miles it intersects Indiana State Road 250 at Quercus Grove, Indiana. About two miles north it leaves Switzerland County and enters Ohio County.

Indiana State Road 56 in Ohio County
Indiana State Road 56 is part of the Ohio River Scenic Byway in Ohio County.
Indiana State Road 56 enters Ohio County about 2 miles north of its intersection with Indiana State Road 250 in Switzerland County. About 6.9 miles east of the county line Indiana State Road 56 intersects Indiana State Road 156. About 2.6 miles north of this intersection, Indiana State Road 56 intersects Indiana State Road 262 in Rising Sun Indiana. About six miles north of this intersection, Indiana State Road 56 enters Dearborn County.

Indiana State Road 56 in Dearborn County - Gateway to the Ohio River Scenic Byway
Riverview Cemetery - Site of Lochrey's Massacre
Riverview Cemetery - Site of Lochrey's Massacre
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A Visit to Aurora and Lawrenceburg, Indiana
Length - About 2.61 miles
Indiana State Road 56 is part of the Ohio River Scenic Byway in Dearborn County.
Indiana State Road 56 enters Dearborn County from Ohio County about 2.61 miles south of its intersection with US Route 50 and Indiana State Road 350 in Aurora, Indiana. Laughery Creek is the county boundary, spanned by the Laughery Creek Bridge, which is visible from State Road 56. The Triple Intersection Pratt Through Truss bridge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, designated Ohio County Bridge #27 and Dearborn County Bridge #95. Some also call it the Whipple Bridge. Find information about this bridge using these numbers:
INNBI 1500079 (Indiana bridge number on the National Bridge Inventory)
NRHP 76000018 (National Register of Historic Places reference number)
BH 16011 (Bridgehunter.com ID)

The 298-foot long bridge has been restored and is open for pedestrian traffic. The Wrought Iron Bridge Company built the bridge in 1878.

As Indiana State Road 56 crosses the county line it also passes Riverview Cemetery, the location of the Indiana Historical Bureau historical marker that marks the site of Lochrey's Massacre. The highway continues following the Ohio River until it enters Aurora. It ends at an intersection with Indiana State Road 350.

Grouse Ridge State Fishing Area

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Grouse Ridge State Fishing Area
The fishing area includes Grouse Ridge Lake. Fish species include carp, smallmouth bass, bream, bluegill, catfish and crappie.
Feature Type: Reservoir
Latitude: 39.1051
Longitude: -86.0450
Elevation: 692 ft (211 m)


2.5 miles SW of Ogilville on Indiana 58.
From Ogilville go W 1.2 miles on road 525 S, then S .8 miles on road 700 W.

Grouse Ridge State Fishing Area
S 700 W
Columbus, IN 47201

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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Indiana State Road 1


Indiana State Road 1
Indiana State Road 1 runs north from an intersection with US Route 50 in Greendale, Indiana across the eastern part of Indiana to an intersection with US Route 20 near Angola, Indiana. On the way it crosses Dearborn, Franklin, Fayette, Wayne, Randolph, Jay, Wells, Allen, Dekalb, and Steuben counties.

Indiana State Road 1 in Dearborn County

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Length - Approximately 16.7 miles.

Indiana State Road 1 begins at an intersection with US Route 50 in Greendale, which also allows access to Interstate 275 at Exit 16. About 14.6 miles north the highway intersects Interstate 74, Exit 164. About three tenths of a mile north it intersects Indiana State Road 46. About 1.66 miles north it passes into Franklin County after passing throught St. Leon, Indiana.


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Driftwood State Fishing Area

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Driftwood State Fishing Area



Offers three fishing lakes, picnic areas, and a boat ramp. W of US 31 in Edinburgh 9.5 miles N of Columbus

The Driftwood State Fishing Area (SFA) straddles the line between Johnson and Bartholomew Counties. It is located in south-central Indiana along U.S. 31 west of Edinburgh. It covers 263 acres of land and includes three gravel pits: Plover Pit (67 acres), Sandpiper Pit (17 acres), and Meadowlark Pit (2.5 acres). The property is maintained by personnel from nearby Atterbury State Fish and Wildlife Area.

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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Azalia State Public Access Site

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Azalia State Public Access Site
County Road 800S




Azalia State Public Access Site is 9.5 miles S of Columbus between Indiana 11 & US 31 on Road 800 S on the East Fork of the White River.

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Monday, August 15, 2011

Batesville Public Wireless Hot Spots

Batesville Public Wireless Hot Spots

Batesville Memorial Public Library
131 North Walnut Street
Batesville, IN 47006-4897
(812) 934-4706

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Batesville Liberty Park
716 South Park Ave.
Batesville, IN 47006




Batesville Memorial Pool
108 North Mulberry Street
Batesville, IN 47006-1184
(812) 934-5520


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Driftwood Camp

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Driftwood Camp
12180 North US Highway 31
Edinburgh, IN 46124
(812) 526-6422




Driftwood Camp has 50 camping sites with year-round hookups.
Playground and shelter house.

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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Touch the Earth Nature Preserve

Touch the Earth Nature Preserve
Touch the Earth Nature Preserve


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Touch the Earth Nature Preserve


The Touch the Earth Nature Preserve is a 98-acre preserve, larger than any park in Bartholomew County. It features three miles of maintained walking paths and exceptional spring wildflowers in reverting farm fields and pastures, with woods along the streams. The Knobstone Escarpment geology of the northern end provides a scenic vista to the west. Touch the Earth is home to at least seven species of mammals, 30 species of birds, 26 flowering plant species, and 39 tree species.

Directions: From SR 46 five miles west of Columbus, turn south on Country Club Road, across SR 46 from the blue water tower. (From Bloomington and Nashville, travel east on SR 46, past Nashville. 4 miles after crossing the Bartholomew County line, turn right onto Country Club Road, the one after Wolf Creek Road.) The entrance and parking area for Touch the Earth are approximately a half mile south of SR 46 on the left, across from a stone house
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Sycamore Land Trust
Touch the Earth Nature Preserve
Country Club Road
Columbus, In
98 acres
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Friday, August 5, 2011

Hamilton Ice Center



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Hamilton Ice Center 
The Hamilton Ice Center is a full service ice skating facility. Figure skating, skating lessons and hockey programs are available.
You will also find speed skating, broomball and a daily ice schedule at the Hamilton Ice Center. The Hamilton Ice Center facility may be reserved for parties and events. This is the place for ice skating in central Indiana.

Hamilton Ice Center
25th & Lincoln Park Dr
Columbus, IN 47201
(812) 376-2686

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Thursday, August 4, 2011

Noblitt Park


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46 acre Noblitt Park features wooded areas, People Trails and is near the Flat Rock River. There are also ball diamonds and picnic and play areas.

Noblitt Park
17th Street
Columbus, IN
Phone: 812-376-2680

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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Mill Race Park, Columbus, Indiana

Mill Race Park, Columbus, Indiana
Mill Race Park, Columbus, Indiana

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Mill Race Park

The  32-acres park features wooded areas, the People Trail and is near the Flat Rock River. Visitors will find ball diamonds and picnic and play areas. The thirty-two foot tall Mill Race Tower provides visitors with a panoramic view of the Flat Rock River and Columbus.
Custer-Nugent Amphitheater
Parking Areas (5)
Picnic Tables and Benches
Playground (1)
Shelter (3) - Electric, Water, Inside Lights, Grills - Available for rent, call (812)376-2680.
Restrooms (2) - Closed in the winter
People Trails (Kiosk - trailhead with map and People Trail rules)
Basketball Court (1)
Boat Ramp Launch - DNR
Fishing Areas (4)Mill Race Tower




Flat Rock River - Mill Race Park
Flat Rock River - Mill Race Park

Mill Race Park
739 22nd St Mill Race Park Dr
Columbus, Indiana 47201
(812) 376-2680

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Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Lincoln Park

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Lincoln Park
2501 Lincoln Park Dr.
Columbus, IN
812-376-2680


Four lighted ball diamonds with restrooms and concession stand, handball court, People Trail, picnic and play areas. Batting cages. Tennis courts available on a first-come, first-served basis, four courts.
Amenities:
Barbecue Areas (6)
Parking Areas (6)
Picnic tables
Playground (1)
Restrooms (2)
People Trails - One Hawcreek Ave., 19th to 22nd (.12 mile)
Basketball Court (1) - Lighted
Tennis Courts (4) - Lighted
Softball Fields (6) - Lighted
Batting Cage (2 baseball, 2 slowpitch and 2 fastpitch)
Ice Rink (Hamilton Center)

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Monday, August 1, 2011

Heflin Memorial Park

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Heflin Memorial Park
Heflin Park Rd
Taylorsville, IN
812-379-1510

Use Exit 76 off of I-65. Heflin Park Road is just north of the exit ramps.
Heflin Memorial Park is 35 � acre park includes an overnight campground, two shelter houses, fishing lake, hiking trails, basketball, volleyball, and horseshoe areas, as well as an all purpose playing field. The park is open to the public from Memorial Day weekend through the end of September.

4323 W. 700 N.
Edinburgh, IN. 46124
phone - (812) 526-4154

Check in - 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily

No reservation. First come first served basis
Pay for days camping upon arrival
$5.00 Deposit for each site. Deposit refunded at checkout if site is clean.
No alcoholic beverages
Please clean up after your pets
14 day maximum stay
No firearms of any kind. Including pellet and BB guns.
No gas powered motorized vehicles driven by minors who do not have a driver's license.
Respect our evnironment. So please do not litter Just minutes from I-65 and Edinburgh Premium Outlets.


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