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A Visit to McCormick’s State Park - Indiana State Park Travel Guide Series #11 - cover

A Visit to McCormick’s State Park - Indiana State Park Travel Guide Series #11

Paul R. Wonning

Publisher: Mossy Feet Books

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McCormick’s Creek State Park is the first state park established in Indiana in 1916,  one hundred years after Indiana received Statehood. In that year the first area resident, John McCormick, homesteaded 100 acres on the site. The park includes almost two thousand acres of forest, campground, trails and fun. McCormick's Creek flows through a rugged limestone canyon, cascading over waterfalls and rapids. It flows into the nearby White River that borders the park on the west. Guests may stay in Canyon Inn, one of the seven family cabins or in the campground. Park visitors will enjoy camping, hiking and fishing at McCormick’s Creek State Park. 
Using A Visit to McCormick’s State Park Visitors will learn everything they need to enjoy their visit to family friendly McCormick’s Creek State Park and the surrounding area.

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