Attention canoers! Get ready for a relaxing journey as you float down the beautiful Tippecanoe River. You must bring your own canoe or make arrangements with the local canoe livery. When you return, you can enjoy the beautiful campground facilities with your group, family or friends.

horseback riding
2 months ago

It's okay

hiking
3 months ago

One of many wonderful trails in the Tippacanoe River State Park. This is a short trail and is mostly a climb up hill, it also intersects with a gravel horse trail. The terrain is easy to traverse, but will be difficult for anyone who is handicapped. At the end, is the state park's fire-tower, and if you traverse the 90 some odd steps, 93 feet in the air you will be treated to an absolutely amazing view of your surroundings but you'lle need a good pair of legs and be unafraid of heights to do it. Good for exorcising because of the steep climb, but I wouldn't recommend it for someone looking to spend all day hiking.

Beautiful scenery, but flooded after days of rain and we had to turn back.

Nice trail.

Easy hike with beautiful views of the river.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

hiking
Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Saturday, May 23, 2015

The pines are really nice...I second the bugs comment...I like to hike this in the spring, fall and winter...in the summer you will be eaten alive

hiking
Wednesday, August 06, 2014

This was a nice trail, not too hard, Took the dogs with us and they had a swim in the river. Since this was late July, the mosquitoes were absolutely horrible, even with spray. We also hiked trail #5 which was very poorly marked and ended with a dead end. We followed an old railroad bed back to a familiar point to get back to camp. PS: Do not go out at dusk, you WILL be eaten alive by the bugs!