Culinary Road Trips Puerto Rico
McCormick Creek State Park
Canyon and Creek
How to get here
If your in Indianapolis or Bloomington the best way to get here is by car. There are free parking days available!
What to bring
There is a restaurant but there are spaces for picnics, so it’s a good idea to bring your food. Don’t leave any trash behind!
hat or cap
long sleeve shirt and long pants
What to do
There a lot of things for the whole family!
hiking: each trail varies in difficulty and distance
kayak and canoe
visit the waterfalls, canyon, and cave
museums (Nature center)
The group and I walk Trail 5, which is moderate because it’s pretty flat. Also m its the one closest to the wolf cave. And, no there are no wolves in the cave, it’s just a limestone cave with a passageway inside. If your afraid of the dark or claustrophobic, this is not for you.
Here is more information about the trails:
If you are going to visit the creek check the river flow before entering. The group and I were able to enter because it was very low. We could even walk in front of the waterfall.
There are aslo alot of events in the park like arts and crafts, paiting, feeding bugs and turtles, bird watching, night hikes, owl watching and survival seminars.
I had a great time and would love to return to walk the other trails and go to the lookout tower to enjoy the view.
Enjoy the Pictures!
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