13) McCormick's Creek State Park

Explore the spectacular limestone canyon, flowing creek, and scenic waterfalls that highlight McCormick's Creek, Indiana's first state park. Hike trails featuring diverse forest trees, spicebush, and native wildflowers, including a trail through Wolf Cave Nature Preserve and an accessible trail at the recently renovated nature center. Experience history as you climb the fire tower, use shelter houses or cross the stone arch bridge created by the Civilian Conservation Corps, or examine the historic Statehouse Quarry near White River, which furnished limestone used for the Indianapolis Statehouse. Catch cultural events such as concerts in the park amphitheater or attend the several special events hosted annually at the park.

This park had an estimated 611,945 visits during 2014/2015.

13. McCormick's Creek State Park

Source: Indiana Department of Natural Resources