Ouabache (Pronounced Wabash) Trails Park
The 254-acre park is a naturally wooded area featuring steeply rolling hills and low flatlands covered with deciduous growth. Activity options include river fishing (foot access only), nature study, wildlife observation, RV and tent camping, picnicking, hiking, wildflower walks, basketball court, and photography. Visitors can enjoy over 4 miles of walking and biking trails, 5 shelter houses, 4 playground areas, and a baseball field. Overnight accommodations include a campground with showers and laundry facilities. The park also offers 4 rustic log cabins available for rent.
A 20-acre park featuring white, red, and spruce pine trees that provide a habitat for small wildlife. The park offers a shelter house, picnic facilities, open play areas, and a dog park.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pyramid Mound is undeveloped and accessible to foot traffic only.
Enoco Coal Mine Site
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010. The property, formerly the Enoco Coal Mine, is a 160-acre reclaimed mine site near Bruceville, Indiana. The Department of Natural Resources completed a project to protect the ecosystem by building a wetland in 2009.
Fox Ridge Nature Park
Part of the former Fox Ridge Golf Course, this 95-acre property was converted to public use as a nature park in early 2015. The purchase was paid for in part by Indiana’s Bicentennial Nature Trust Grant Project. Development efforts are ongoing as a part of a Federal Land and Water Conservation Fund grant. The focus of Fox Ridge Nature Park is to provide the public a space for passive recreation, which means walking, hiking, bicycling, fishing, and exploring the natural world inhabiting the park. A shelter house is also available.