*Turkey Run State Park is open for hiking (Trails 1 and 11 only, all other trails are closed), fishing, boating, birding, hunting, bicycle riding (on paved trails and roads) and geocaching. Entrance fees have been temporarily suspended, so it is free to get in. All visitors must follow posted restrictions and practice social distancing.
Basically, all other facilities at the Park are closed (park office, campgrounds, cabins, Inn, restaurant, pools, nature center, shelter houses, saddle barn, etc.). Restroom availability will be limited.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has adjusted services, events and operations to protect Hoosiers and prevent further spread of COVID-19. Please visit on.IN.gov/dnrcovid19 for a listing of what is open, closed, restricted and canceled.
You'll marvel at the natural geologic wonders of this beautiful park as you hike along its famous trails. Nestled along State Road 47 southwest of Crawfordsville, the park offers the chance to explore deep, sandstone ravines, walk along stands of aged forests, and enjoy the scenic views along Sugar Creek.
Make sure to visit the Colonel Richard Lieber Cabin, which commemorates the contributions of the father of Indiana's state park system.
During the summer, pool hours may change because of weather and staffing. Please contact the property office for exact times before your visit.