In Pulaski County, Paradise on the Tippecanoe is a way of Life


“It’s the Simple Things: We live it; you’ll love it.”

Indiana offers countless national and state parks and wildlife areas, many more popular or more accessible than Tippecanoe River State Park (TRSP). However, there may not be a single place in all 36,418 square miles of Hoosierdom that offers the perfect combination of easy access, opportunities for adventure, and the chance to escape and to unwind that you’ll find at this idyllic retreat in Pulaski County just north of Winamac. Hugging the Tippecanoe River, it offers more than two miles of undisturbed wetland shoreline as well as old-growth pines and so much more.


Looking for a vacation destination that will let you work off the stress, the pounds, or both? Bring your kayak or canoe and take advantage of TRSP’s two boat launches. Or if you love the water, but not the work, go for the tube instead and float your day away. You can make arrangements with a local livery service if you want to hit the river, but don’t own the gear.


Maybe it’s the water, and not the effort, that isn’t your thing. The park offers 14 miles of hiking/horse trails and nine miles of hiking-only trails. You can climb the 90-foot fire tower and enjoy awe-inspiring views in 360 degrees — at least once you’ve caught your breath.


TRSP offers options from horse campsites and youth tent areas to electric-served sites and primitive spots. There are great options for picnics, plus a nature center with interpretive-naturalist services.

The wireless signal at our state park may not be strong, but we promise you’ll find the connection you’re looking for in Pulaski County, our paradise on the Tippecanoe. 

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