Home to more than 10,000 acres of pristine parkland in northern Indiana’s Tippecanoe River valley, Pulaski County is the escape you didn’t even know you need, a simple reminder to breathe in.
Visitors descend upon our state park to witness the beauty of the seasons on the 10 miles of hiking and 13 miles of horse trails. On hot summer days, cares drift away as you float the river. County roads and a 23-mile trail offer the perfect opportunity for cycling in a breathtaking rural setting.
The crown jewel of Pulaski County is the Tippecanoe River, one of the top-10 most biologically important freshwater river systems in North America, and a hub of water recreation activities.
Numerous campgrounds and outdoor adventure parks offer loads of activities and fun or just a place to get away from it all.
Spend your days canoeing, tubing, kayaking, biking, horseback riding, hunting, hiking, ZORBing, playing bubble soccer, laser tag, paintball, or just enjoying nature.
Pulaski County. It’s the simple things.