September 5, 2018

Admission To Indiana State Parks Will Be Free On Sept. 22

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The Indiana Department of Natural Resources says admission to most Indiana’s State Park properties and State Forest recreation areas will be free on Sept. 22 in recognition of National Public Lands Day. 

National Public Lands Day is the nation’s largest single-day volunteer effort for public lands. There will be volunteer opportunities at state parks, including trail work at Clifty Falls State Park; seed collecting at Prophetstown State Park; invasive plant removals at Charlestown, Chain O’Lakes and Fort Harrison state parks; and clean-ups at Mounds and Summit Lake state park, and at Salamonie Lake and Mississinewa Lake. 

One exception to the free admission day will be Spring Mill State Park, which will instead have free entry on Sept. 23.

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