The Indiana Adventure Hiking Trail is a single track trail through the backcountry of O'Bannanon Woods State Park and Harrison-Crawford State Forest.
Indiana Adventure Trail (Marked with green and white blazes on trees, 4x4 posts, or Carsonite posts. Due to the karst landscape, water is frequently scarce; plan to carry or stash water.)
Primitive Site Shelter
Indian Creek Shelter (Wooden flloor, three walls, and a roof. Spectacular views from this high vantage point on the bluffs!)
Old Barn Shelter (Roof, three walls, dirt floor. Located about 0.3 miles east of Rock Creek Trailhead Parking Lot on AHT.)
Rock Creek Trailhead Parking
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Public Parking (Good spot for a water cache)
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Rendezvous Point
Hog Barn Shelter
Developed Campsite (Water (spigot) available here)
Pioneer Picnic Shelter (Open air with roof, fireplace; easily accessible from main road.)
Homestead Overnight Shelter (Wooden floor, three walls, and a roof)
Ohio River Shelter (A cabin with wooden floors, windows, and doors. Plenty of nearby tent camping spots and stone fire rings.)
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O'Bannon Woods State Park Gate (Register here for the Adventure Hiking Trail)
Public Parking (Many developed campsites here)
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