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Hoosier National Forest
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Hoosier National Forest Hemlock Cliffs Trail © Richard Fowler
A 1.2 mile hiking trail leads you down into the canyon under a lush canopy of large trees, through rock shelters and past high seasonal waterfalls
Hoosier National Forest Hemlock Cliffs Trail © Richard Fowler
A 1.2 mile hiking trail leads you down into the canyon under a lush canopy of large trees, through rock shelters and past high seasonal waterfalls
Hoosier National Forest Hemlock Cliffs Trail © Richard Fowler
A 1.2 mile hiking trail leads you down into the canyon under a lush canopy of large trees, through rock shelters and past high seasonal waterfalls
Hoosier National Forest © Richard Becraft
Hoosier National Forest © Richard Becraft
Hoosier National Forest Hemlock Cliffs Trail © Richard Fowler
A 1.2 mile hiking trail leads you down into the canyon under a lush canopy of large trees, through rock shelters and past high seasonal waterfalls
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HOOSIER NATIONAL FOREST
HOOSIER NATIONAL FOREST
811 Constitution Ave
Bedford, Indiana   47421
(lat:38.4761 lon:-86.5401)

Phone: (812) 275-5987
Email: park email button icon
The Hoosier National Forest, in the hills of south central Indiana, provides a wide mix of opportunities and resources for people to enjoy. Rolling hills, back-country trails, and rural crossroad communities make this small but beautiful Forest a favorite! Forest managers work with the public to develop a shared vision of how this 200,000 acre Forest should be managed. The challenge is to provide a Forest with the values and benefits people want while protecting the unique ecosystems on the Hoosier National Forest.
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Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
May 11 AN EXCELLANT PARK ALL AROUND
park review stars; one to five MY HUSBAND AND I WENT CAMPING AT HARDIN RIDGE AND IT WAS AWESOME,THE EMPLOYEES ALL ARE VERY FRIENDLY AND POLITE AND VERY HELPFUL, THEY KEEP THE CAMPGROUND AND BATHROOMS SPOTLESS AND OVERALL A GREAT EXPERIENCE, WE DEFINATELY WILL BE BACK AGAIN
December 26 No ORV by dorkman
park review stars; one to five It is a National Forest not a National Park
November 30
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From Bedford, the two primary access routes are US highway 50 south and State highway 37 south.

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