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FULL HARVEST MOON HIKE

Join Anthony and Chris on a hike through Spring Mill State Park. Enjoy the sounds of night-time nature and the beautiful sight of the Full Harvest Moon.

Rugged | 2.5 Mile on Trail 3 | 1 Hour 30 Minutes

Meet at the Spring Mill Inn Front Patio

 

GATE FEE MAY APPLY
PLEASE CONTACT THE PARK OFFICE TO LEARN MORE
(812)849-3534

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SNOW MOON HIKE

Join us at Spring Mill State Park for a beautiful night-time hike, guided by the light of the Full Snow Moon. It may be chilly. Please dress warm!

Meet at the Spring Mill Inn for this 1 mile hike along trail 1.

GATE FEE MAY APPLY
PLEASE CONTACT THE PARK OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION
(812)849-3534

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FULL WORM MOON

Join us for another full moon hike at the beautiful Spring Mill State Park. This month is the Full Worm Moon. Learn all about it as you hike along Trail 3.
Meet at the Inn Front Patio
Rugged  |  2.5 Miles

 

GATE FEE MAY APPLY
PLEASE CONTACT THE PARK OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION (812)849-3534.

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Bring the kids over to Spring Mill to play some fun games. It’s your choice – Bingo or Nature Scavenger Hunt? Complete a game, and you get a prize! We love prizes.

Meet at the Lakeview Activity Center.

When you have finished, there’s no reason to head out right away. If the weather is nice, take the family on a hike around the lake or have a nice lunch at the Spring Mill Inn.

 

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2nd Annual Glow in the Dark Night Hike

“Christmas Edition”

 Start a new tradition with your family!  Join the Spring Mill State Park naturalist on this fun 1 mile easy hike on Trail 7. The entire trail will be lit up for the night!  Free hot chocolate and cookies will be served to take on your hike. Along the way, learn about creatures of the night and their winter survival skills.

Meet at Oak Ridge Shelter parking lot.

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HERITAGE DAYS

Join us at Spring Mill State Park to celebrate the ol’ Pioneer days. Please check back for more information.

Please contact the Park Office for more information: (812)849-3534

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HERITAGE DAYS

Join us at Spring Mill State Park to celebrate Heritage Days!

August 3 Saturday

10:00 to 4:00 Pioneer lawn games (Mill Lawn)

11:00 drop by the toy table in the upper residence and make a thaumatrope (a pioneer toy that proves the persistence of vision)

12:00 to 3:00 Drop by the toy table on the upper residence lawn to see what kind of toys pioneer children played with

12:30 Clay craft at the Meeting house

1:30 Make a leather lacing and bead bracelet (Leather shop)

2:30 Sawmill demonstration

3:30 Play the Game of Graces. This is game has been played since the 1500’s a fun game played with hoops and sticks (Lawn beside the distillery)

4:00 the Story of Sam Bass notorious outlaw connected to the weaver’s cabin find out how (Weaver’s Cabin)

 

August 4 Sunday

8:30 Morning Worship Service

10:00 to 4:00 Pioneer games (Mill Lawn)

12:00 to 4:00 Quilt Show between the Village Residences

1:30 Sawmill Demonstration

2:30 Spinning Demonstration Upper Residence Porch

3:30 Children often made their own toys, stop by the weaver’s cabin and learn how pioneer children made rag dolls, then make one to take home with you.

4:00 Last grind of the day

 

*GATE FEE MAY APPLY*
For questions, please contact the Park Office at (812)849-3534.

 

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HIDDEN CAVES HIKE

Join us and uncover some of the lesser known caves in Spring Mill State Park.
Meet at the Pioneer Village Parking Lot

*Gate Fees May Apply*
For more information, contact the Park Office at (812)849-3534.

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SPRING MILL INTERPRETIVE

Saturday, November 23rd

1pm:  Hidden Caves Hike (Trailside Pit) – As you hike through the park, learn about one of Spring Mill’s unknown caves with Tony. You will get to see it, too!

Meet at Twin Caves Parking Lot.

45 minutes | Rugged.

 

*GATE FEE MAY APPLY*
PLEASE CONTACT THE PARK OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION
(812)849-3534

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There was a time when it was VERY RARE to see a beaver in Indiana. That’s not necessarily the case, now. While you may not see them as much as you see deer, it’s pretty easy to tell when they’re around.

Meet us at the Lakeview Activity Center to take a hike to find evidence of a nearby beaver.