Ouabache is the French spelling of a Miami Indian word and is simply pronounced "Wabash," like the river that forms the southwest boundary of Ouabache State Park. There is fishing, hiking, and camping, and a bicycle greenway connects the park to Bluffton. Not to mention a herd of bison calls the park home!
Reserve campsites and shelters at camp.IN.gov or call 866.622.6746.
This property is part of the Indiana State Nature Passport! Check-in and explore participating locations throughout the state to earn great prizes! The more you visit, the more you win. This program is 100% free, but property entrance fees apply when you visit. Learn more at visitindiana.com/explore.