Prophetstown State Park

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Prophetstown State Park

Indiana’s newest state park offers camping, swimming, hiking, biking, birding, wildlife observation, and more. Offering wonderful opportunity to experience the beauty of fall foliage in the area. This park is unique because of its mix of habitats including tall grass and wildflower prairies, woodlands, wetlands, and rivers. Take a walk around the Native American village and attend one of the many public programs about nature or history. Several picnic areas can be found, each with its own handicap-accessible playground. Four shelter houses and a campground with 110 modern campsites are available for reservation. The park visitors center offers a chance to see live animals, touch interactive exhibits and read informative displays. And don’t forget to bring your fishing poles for some time down by the pond or river. The park is also home to The Farm at Prophetstown. Gate admission fees charged.   

Contact Information

Prophetstown State Park
5545 Swisher Road
West Lafayette, IN 47906

See On Map

765-567-4919

Visitor Information

  • Admission charged
  • ADA accessible

Things To Do

  • biking
  • hiking
  • picnic
  • grilling
  • fishing
  • camping
  • fall foliage

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