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Williams Covered Bridge

  • Hwy. 450 West & Huron Williams Road
  • Williams, IN.  47470

Indiana’s longest double span covered bridge, open to foot traffic only, spans the East Fork of White River. Built by Joseph J. Daniels in 1884 and named for the nearby town of Williams. It is a Howe Truss Design, a length of 402′ including 13′ overhangs and it is on the National Register of Historic Places. …

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Spring Mill State Park

  • 3333 Hwy. 60 East
  • Mitchell, IN.  47446

Visitors to the park enjoy its unique facilities, including a memorial to Hoosier astronaut Virgil I. ‘Gus’ Grissom and the Pioneer Village with its working Grist Mill. But many of the other showcase activities center on the region’s natural wonders, including Twin Caves and the old-growth Donaldson Woods. Staff conducts underground boat tours at Twin …

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Midwest Trail Ride Horseman’s Campground

  • 1264 Hunter's Creek Road
  • Norman, IN.  47264

Midwest Trail Ride is a privately owned Horseman’s Campground bordering the Hoosier National Forest. Enjoy access to nearly 100 miles of well-marked trails in the timeless beauty of the Deam National Wilderness with lakes, streams, diverse stands of hardwoods, evergreens, wildflowers, all to make your ride unforgettable. There are lighted covered stalls with bedding along …

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The Hoosier National Forest and District Office

  • 811 Constitution Avenue
  • Bedford, IN.  47421

The 200,000-acre Hoosier National Forest spans nine counties in the rolling hills of south central Indiana. The Charles C. Deam Wilderness Area provides trails for hiking and equestrian use, hunting and fishing. Lawrence County portion of the forest includes streams, lakes, hardwood forest stands, natural ridges, hollows and trails for hiking, biking and horses.

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Carousel Winery

  • 6058 Lawrenceport Road
  • Mitchell, IN.  47446

Row upon row of grapevines are planted on the grounds, and an on-site gift shop sells specialty items. The tasting room boasts a magnificent hand-carved limestone bar. But the most compelling reason to visit is the award-winning wines that are receiving national attention. Visit their new location!

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