Turkey Run State Park #2 thru #11 Trails is a 9.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Marshall, IN that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Turkey Run Trails #2 thru #11 are a maze of short interconnected trails taking you thru the most spectacular terrain in the state. All total you traverse 11 miles of wooded terrain full of deep ravines, ridge tops, hiking thru waterfalls and climbing ladders as you make your way thru the landscape. The trails range from .5 miles in length to 2 miles in lenght. An additional trail, #1, is three miles and is perhaps the most scenic of all the trails. In reality,if you hiked all the trails you would hike far more than the 11 miles because of the interconnectivity and the cross over of the trails. The whole area is very scenic and unique. There are numerous ladders and steps built for erosion control and to aid the visitors ability to see all the remote areas. The area is a great introduction to hiking for kids because of the varied length of the trails and the remarkable beauty of the area.
I'm from VT and perhaps a bit biased, and this was an nice walk, but I wouldn't say it was a hike. It was nice to be in the woods, but incredibly busy, which took from the serenity.
Great hiking. Well maintained, clearly marked and lots of miles of of great views and adventure. River offers a decent float as well
Simply one of the best trails in Indiana, with treks that remind you of a wilder monolithic past, do not miss ladders, Boulder canyon, or any of trail 3
A Childhood Favorite =) Kayaking, Hiking, & Camping! Make sure to get your evenings camp supplies promptly, businesses in the area close early.
I went there yesterday. It's not a challenging trail but is nice for birding, a hand in hand hike or just a relaxing stroll. scenery is beautiful with a wide variety of trees and shrubs. A nice trail to start kids on.
Trail 3 is by far my favorite. It's definitely where I take people that love to hike and want to interact with their surroundings.
Great for adults and children.
We go as a family every year for a weekend or two and always have a great time.
Primitive camping is great and the grounds are quiet at night except for the sounds of nature.
It definitely doesn't feel like you're in Indiana. Almost if you've been taken back thousands of years in the past.
Amazing scenery from start to finish. Hiked trails #2 and #4. The trails are moderately traveled so expect to meet others somewhere along the way. Everyone from park staff to the hikers were extremely sweet and helpful!
Trail 3 can be rough during the early spring because it goes through what is essentially a creek bed. Expect to get wet! This is a great trail if you want to see park staples such as the Ice Box and the Punch Bowl.