Jackson-Washington State Forest encompasses nearly 18,000 acres in Jackson and Washington counties in the heart of southern Indiana. The main forest and office area are located 2.5 southeast of Brownstown on State Road 250. This part of the state contains unique topography known as the “knobs”. This region provides scenic views second to none and offers some breathtaking hiking opportunities.
Playgrounds, hiking trails, bike/horse trails, shelters, fishing, hunting, many picnic and vista sites and scenic Skyline Drive are offered. Shelters can be reserved. Gorgeous location for picnics, hikes and family fun.
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.