Description - Indiana has 25 state parks located throughout the state. The state parks are managed by Indiana's Department of Natural Resources and offer a wide range of recreational opportunities.
- Indiana State Parks offer everything from lakes and reservoirs to hill country and wooded areas. There are coastal parks as well historical parks. Some of Indiana's parks are open year-round and offer winter recreational activities such as sledding, cross-country skiing, ice fishing and snowmobiling.
Recreation - Recreational activities that visitors can enjoy at Indiana State Parks include; biking, boating, camping, fishing, hunting, hiking, horseback riding, snowmobiling and more.
Climate - Visitors to this state can expect hot and humid summer days that often reach 90 degrees F in July and August. Summer nights bring little relief with an average temperature of 70. Winter can be extremely cold in this Midwestern state with a yearly average of 40 inches of snow and low temperatures dipping to negative 15 degrees F. Winter daytime highs average close to 40 degrees. Spring and fall are excellent times to visit Indiana spring brings blooming wildflowers and daytime highs of 65 degrees F. With falls mild temperatures the leaves in the forested southern regions of the state change to brilliant hues.
Indiana State Parks are located throughout the state of Indiana.