Wednesday, April 6, 2016

A Visit to O'Bannon Woods State Park and Corydon Indiana

A Visit to O'Bannon Woods State Park and Corydon Indiana
A Visit to O'Bannon Woods State Park and Corydon Indiana


O’Bannon Woods State Park and the area surrounding it abounds in Indiana history. The park includes a pioneer homesteading farm complete with a functioning hay press barn. A Visit to O'Bannon Woods State Park and Corydon Indiana includes information about nearby historic Corydon, Indiana, the state’s first state capital. Corydon is also the site of the only Civil War battle fought in the state as Corydon’s defenders tried to stave off Morgan’s Raiders as they entered the state.

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Several cave systems in the area will interest spelunkers. Indiana Cavern, Squire Boone Cavern, Wyandotte and Marengo Caves are all nearby and make fascinating destinations. Squire Boone, Daniel Boone’s brother, made his home in the Mauckport area during the last years of his life. Visitors can enjoy Indiana history by touring a pioneer farmstead and the cave that contains Squire Boone’s grave.

Visitors to Corydon and O’Bannon State Park can bask in Indiana history and hike the wonderful trails of the park. Camp in the campgrounds or stay the night in nearby Corydon, the choice is yours.

The Indiana State Park Travel Guide Series will encompass all the family friendly Indiana State Parks. Indiana’s State Park system is one of the finest in the United States. With great hiking trails, history, and nature, there is something for everyone at an Indiana State Park.



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