Hoosier National Forest
The Hoosier National Forest is a property managed by the United States Forest Service in the hills of southern
Indiana. Composed of four separate sections, it has a total area of 202,814 acres (821 km2; 317 sq mi). Hoosier National Forest’s headquarters are located in Bedford, with a regional office in Tell City. Prominent places within the Forest include the Lick Creek Settlement, Potts Creek Rockshelter Archeological Site, and Jacob Rickenbaugh House.
|Hemlock Cliffs (9.5 miles)|
Larry Bird Childhood Home (9.5 miles)
Buffalo Trace Trailhead (10.7 miles)
Marengo Cave (11.8 miles)
Jug Rock (22.4 miles)
|Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial (31.8 miles)|
Falls of the Ohio State Park (44 miles)
Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory (44.1 miles)
Muhammad Ali Center (44.4 miles)
Belle of Louisville Riverboats (44.5 miles)
Maps & Directions:
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Hoosier National Forest, 811 Constitution Ave
Bedford, Indiana 47421
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