Pulaski County offers the ultimate small-town lifestyle. In Tippecanoe River State Park, visitors and residents enjoy the beautifully undisturbed wetland shorelines and old-growth white pine trees. There’s also plenty of historical significance to take in, with several buildings and locations listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Tippecanoe River State Park

Recognized as one of the top-10 most important freshwater systems in North America by The Nature Conservancy, the Tippecanoe River is truly the jewel of Pulaski County. The park offers a wonderful place for canoers and kayakers, but the 23 miles of trails are one of the main attractions. The trails consist of 9 miles for hiking only and 14 miles of combination hiking/horse trails, all rated easy to moderate. It’s also a great place to go for camping, from primitive to camper cabins. There are also historic structures, built in the 1930s, that are still around, including a 90-foot fire tower for amazing views and the Tepicon Recreation Hall that’s perfect for weddings and celebrations.

The Panhandle Pathway

Follow the historic rail path of the Pennsylvania Railroad Line on a 22-mile rail-trail through farmland, wooded areas, the start of the Wabash Valley and across the Tippecanoe River. The trail is great for anyone walking, hiking, running, biking or skating.

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