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Tag Archives: Outdoors
New Harmony Path & Trail System
New Harmony’s Path and Trail System winds through much of the town, past most of the attractions, and along the Wabash River. Whichever way you choose to go, you won’t have to walk far to find a host of historic sites or interesting businesses. Continue reading
Harmonie State Park Campground
Harmonie State Park campground has 200 sites with electricity and a dump station. It includes a nature center, several playgrounds, a stage, and access to several hiking and biking trails. An Olympic size swimming pool with a water slide is nearby. There is also a youth tent area that hosts groups such as school excursions and rustic cabins available for rent. Continue reading
Harmonie State Park Cabins
Harmonie State Park Campground includes 11 rustic log cabins for rent. Each cabin contains two bedrooms, one with a double bed, one with a pair of bunk beds.
They all have a nice kitchen with all the necessities, including a coffee maker, sofas, chairs, a large dining table and a wood stove.
A screened back porch has a picnic table and comfortable chairs and a beautiful view of the forest.
The cabins are available year round. Reserve early for popular dates. Continue reading
Mountain Bike Trails
Harmonie State Park is a premiere mountain biking destination. Almost 20 miles of mountain bike trails wind through fantastic forested hills and deep ravines filled with towering old growth oaks, sycamore and birch. Features include dirt berms, log rides, and a “rock garden, and a black diamond slope with numerous jumps.
The Sycamore Loop, or Trail #1, takes a mostly flat route and is perfect for beginners or those who just want an easy ride. The Walnut Trail, Trail #2, goes up and down the hills and over the creeks and should only be ridden by intermediate and advanced mountain bikers. Continue reading
Harmonie State Park Nature Center
At Harmony State Park’s Nature Center, the park naturalist, other park employees, and the occasional renowned guest or volunteer from local communities help visitors discover the outdoors in a variety of ways from identifying plants and animals to learning about conservation and the relationships between people, plants, rocks, soils and wildlife. Continue reading