About Overview

Water falling from a pitted sandstone cliff face.

Water falls from Hemlock Cliffs.

Caring for the Land and Serving People

The Hoosier National Forest, one of Indiana's premier Federal resources, provides outstanding stewardship of over 200,000 acres in nine counties of south-central Indiana by restoring, maintaining, and interpreting our public's cultural and natural resources.





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