Versailles State Park
Take a drive through the beautiful rolling hills of southeastern Indiana with Versailles State Park, Indiana’s second-largest state park, as your destination. This area has deep history rooted in both the Civil War and the Civilian Conservation Corps. Versailles State Park dedicated a CCC commemorative statue in 2010. Numerous fossils tell the story of an ancient sea that covered the region. During the Civil War, Morgan’s Raiders made their way through the area that is now the park. The town of Versailles was briefly under Confederate control.
Picnic areas w/shelters
Interpretive Naturalist Services (Seasonal)
Boat Launch Ramp
Boat Motor / Electric trolling only
Bridle Trails (day use only)
Mountain Bike Trails
Rental-Canoe, Rowboat, and Kayak
Swimming / Pool / Waterslide. Contact office for hours.
Electric / 226 sites
Youth Tent Camping Area
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