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Visiting Indiana on Your Next Road Trip
Much like southern Illinois, southern Indiana is home to dynamic landscapes. The Falls of the Ohio State Park lies along the banks of a breathtaking stretch of the Ohio River, now a 1,400-acre national wildlife area. Just north of the Ohio River is the Hoosier National Forest, where nearly 200,000 acres of lush forests invite bikers and hikers alike with nearly 200 miles of trails. Campers and RVers are welcome in Illinois, as they have hundreds of public and private Indiana campgrounds and Indiana RV camping resorts.
Northern Indiana stands as a stark contrast to its southern counterpart. Although it may be quite different, northern Indiana is far from lacking in dramatic natural beauty. Nowhere in Indiana is it captured better than at the Indian Dunes National Lakeshore. Nestled along the shore of Lake Michigan, the Dunes is a living landscape where Mother Nature sculpts these towering formations by the lake. With more than 13,000 acres, the Dunes offers beaches, Indiana campgrounds and plenty of trails.
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