There's something for almost everyone. The Hoosier has two scenic byways and many historic sites. South central Indiana communities offer hospitality, festivals, and attractions to compliment your visit. Whatever interests you in the great out-of-doors, there's bound to be something on the Hoosier National Forest for you. Come out and explore America's Great Outdoors!
Links below highlight some popular and interesting sites on the Hoosier National Forest. Some areas were identified to manage and protect unique ecosystems, for example Clover Lick Barrens. Rockshelters, bluffs, and coves provide interesting places on the Forest and are home to many rare plants. The attached map (269 KB, keyed to the numbers found below) gives the general area where each of these sites are located.
Orienteering Area - an established course with 25 markers developed in cooperation with a local orienteering group. The course was recently updated by a local Eagle Scout. Maintained on an irregular schedule by volunteers. (9)