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A Visit to Chain o' Lakes State Park - Indiana State Park Travel Guide Series #12 - cover

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A Visit to Chain o' Lakes State Park - Indiana State Park Travel Guide Series #12

Paul R. Wonning

Publisher: Mossy Feet Books

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The ten lakes, nine connected by a channel, are the best reasons to visit Chain of Lakes State Park. Then, add a fabulous campground, comfortable family cabins and intriguing trails to the mix. These amenities total up to a wonderful vacation or get-away weekend in Indiana's lake country. 
A Visit to Chain o' Lakes State Park will give the prospective visitor all the information they need to enjoy this wonderful Noble County Indiana State Park in northeastern Indiana.

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