“First Day” hikes offered at Indiana State Parks

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Hoosiers can usher in 2022 by taking a hike at one of Indiana’s state parks, forests, or lakes.

First Day Hikes are a healthy way to start the year and a chance to get outside, exercise, enjoy nature, and connect with friends, according to Indiana DNR.

Nearly all of Indiana’s state parks and lakes, as well as some state forests, will offer hikes.

Some hikes require advance registration. For information on how to register and where to meet, visit the DNR website.

First Day Hikes will happen at the following locations:

Brookville Lake

Brown Co. State Park

Cataract Falls

Chain O’Lakes State Park

Charlestown State Park

Clark State Forest

Clifty Falls State Park

Falls of the Ohio State Park

Ferdinand State Forest

Fort Harrison State Park

Greene-Sullivan State Forest

Hardy Lake

Harmonie State Park

Indiana Dunes State Park

Interlake State Recreation Area

Jackson-Washington State Forest

Lieber State Recreation Area

Lincoln State Park

Martin State Forest

McCormick’s Creek State Park

Mississinewa Lake

Monroe Lake

Morgan-Monroe State Forest

Mounds State Park

O’Bannon Woods State Park

Ouabache State Park

Owen-Putnam State Forest

Patoka Lake

Pokagon State Park

Potato Creek State Park

Prophetstown State Park

Raccoon State Recreation Area

Salamonie Lake

Shades State Park

Spring Mill State Park

Summit Lake State Park

Tippecanoe River State Park

Turkey Run State Park

Versailles State Park

Whitewater Memorial State Park

Yellowwood State Forest

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