HARRISON-CRAWFORD STATE FOREST
Harrison-Crawford/Wyandotte Complex lies in the central and extreme southern part of the state,bordering the Ohio River. The forest contains about 26,000 acres including the Wyandotte Caves StateRecreation Area. The area offers Class A campsites, as well as the Stagestop Campground, which offersClass C and youth rally camping. A canoe access ramp is also available at the Stagestop Campground.
Bridle Trails, miles80
BoatingLaunch Ramps, #3
Electric Sites, #281
Group Camp, capacity100
Youth Group Camp, capacity100
Horsemen Campsites, #47
Class A camping facilities: electrical hookup, modern restrooms/showers (wheelchair accessible), picnictable, fire ring, parking spur, drinking water supply in area -281 sites. A dumping station is available.
Class C (primitive) camping facilities: pit toilets, fire ring, parking spur, drinking water supply in area -25sites. Please self-register for camping at the campground check-in booth.
Horseman's Campground (Class B): modern restrooms/showers, picnic table, fire ring, parking spur,drinking water supply in area -47 sites.
Group Camp: 100-bed group camp at Wyandotte Woods. Self-contained structures consisting of arecreation hall, shower house, dining hall and shelter.
Harrison-Crawford State Forest is located near Brandenburg, Corydon
There are picnic areas and picnic shelterhouses available for day use. Picnic tables and grills are located at the picnic sites. Shelters are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Adventure Hiking Trail -27 miles, backpack. Overnight camping permitted; trail shelters available.
Adventure Trail -3.5 mile "mini hike"of the Adventure Hiking Trail
Post Oak-Cedar Trail - 1 mile, rugged
Rocky Ridge Trail - 2 miles, moderate
C.C.C. Ghost Trail - 1.5 miles, moderate
Flowertop Trail - 1 mile, rugged
White Tail Deer Trail - 1.6 miles, moderate
Cliff Dweller Trail - 1.7 mile, rugged
Sleepy Hollow Trail - 1 mile, moderate
Tulip Valley Trail - .5 mile, moderate
Wyandotte Trail - .2 mile, easy
Pool Trail - 2 miles, rugged
The Hickory Hollow Nature Center features a variety of displays and exhibits. Programs are givenyear-round and a full time naturalist is on staff. Nearby is Wyandotte Caves State Recreation Area, whichoffers guided tours of both Big and Little Wyandotte Caves.
Cottages and Cabins
Enjoy the quiet atmosphere of a well appointed luxury 5 star cabin on the peaceful White River in scenic Martin County. Located directly on the rivers edge and surrounded with the serenity of natures hills. With the convenience of town located a mile away.
43.3 miles from park*
Crawford County consists of over 306 square miles of beauty and outdoor recreation Caves, state parks, rugged terrain, acres of protected forests, nature preserves, and numerous waterways
7.3 miles from park*