Turkey Run State Park is the second state park established in Indiana in 1916. Sugar Creek bisects the 2382 acres of rugged woodland terrain, providing some wonderful off site canoing opportunities which span two state parks. A suspension bridge connects the developed south section with the wild north section.Two covered bridges, the Cox and the Narrows Covered Bridge on either end of the park provide a scenic backdrop to many wonderful photo opportunities in the park. Visitors may stay either in the large campground or in Turkey Run Inn with its accompanying restaurant. Park visitors may fish, with an Indiana license, in Sugar Creek and hikers can enjoy the many miles of great hiking.Turkey Run State Park provides visitors with a family friendly activity. The stunning scenery on the trails combined with the rugged beauty of Sugar Creek offers a relaxing place to camp, fish, hike, canoe or picnic.A Visit to Turkey Run State Park will impart all of the information needed to enjoy the park and surrounding Parke County and its historic covered bridges to the fullest.The Indiana State Park Travel Guide Series will encompass all the family friendly Indiana State Parks. Indiana’s State Park system is one of the finest in the United States. With great hiking trails, history, and nature, there is something for everyone at an Indiana State Park.