Get Into Indiana State Parks Free This Sunday

This makes for a great opportunity to explore a property you’ve never visited before or return to an old favorite.

(Versailles, Ind.) – Indiana State Parks go free this Sunday in recognition of Visit Indiana Week.

According to the Indiana DNR, all Indiana state parks, state recreation areas and reservoirs that charge a daily gate fee will waive it for all guests this Sunday.

This makes for a great opportunity to explore a property you’ve never visited before or return to an old favorite.

To find a list of state parks throughout the state, visit www.on.IN.gov/stateparks.

Visitors to Indiana State Parks are encouraged to sign up for the Indiana State Nature Passport at visitindiana.com/indiana-passports/explore. Doing so is also free, and it makes you eligible to earn prizes by checking in when you visit a passport location.

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