Plan an Outdoor Adventure to Pulaski County


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 know you need, a simple reminder to breathe in.

Where else could you float a crystal-clear, nationally recognized river in the morning, admire a collection of more than 100 vintage motorcycles in the afternoon, and hang out with baboons and macaques in between? Or end the day with a wild pizza or a face-sized tenderloin, one (or more!) of scores of craft beers available, and a first-run flick at the local single-screen theater that’s been here for 85 years? Or wake up the next morning in your charming bed & breakfast to hike the trails at a beautiful, quiet state park — or to gaze upon thousands of migrating sandhill cranes depending on the time of year? And do so without the traffic and the noise and the rush? 


The crown jewel of Pulaski County is the Tippecanoe, one of the top-10 most biologically important freshwater river systems in North America, and a hub of water-recreation activities and the laid back river-rat lifestyle.

Tippecanoe River State Park offers the beauty of the seasons from 10 miles of hiking trails, 13 miles of horse trails, and a fabled fire tower; two liveries offer full-service access to the river, and County roads and a 23-mile trail provide the perfect opportunity for cycling in a breathtaking rural setting.

One Eyed Jack’s Tenderloin

Numerous campgrounds and three B&Bs provide plenty of options for catching some Zs between Saturday’s silver-screen showing and Sunday’s biscuits and gravy, bicycle ride, and bogey that magically becomes an eagle. (We won’t tell!)

We may be off the beaten path, but people love us when they discover Pulaski County’s beauty and all it has to offer.

It’s the simple things: we live it; you’ll love it.

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