Discover the boyhood home of the 16th president of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. Among the rolling hills and thick forest, young Lincoln learned many life lessons. Lincoln State Park offers 10 miles of hiking trails, two scenic lakes, and an interpretive center to help you experience early life of settlers in southern Indiana. Your entire family can enjoy a relaxing time at one of the campgrounds, cabins or group cottages. Tour the Colonel Jones Home, the historic home of the merchant and Civil War officer who employed young Lincoln.
Interpretive Naturalist Services
Boat Launch Ramp
Boating / Elect. motor only
Shelters (Shelter Reservations)
A Neighborhood Walk - Follow the paths of young Abraham Lincoln 150 years ago.
Rental-Canoe, Paddleboat, Rowboat
Swimming / Beach
Lincoln State Park beach is open Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend
Electric / 150 sites
Non-electric / 88 sites
Primitive / 31 sites
Youth Tent Areas
Pine Hills Group Cottages
Blue Heron Family Cabins