Things To Do Around Spring Mill State Park
Nearby there are many great attractions to check out during your stay at Spring Mill State Park.
Things to do near Spring Mill State Park
Just 14 miles north of the park. Visit the Lawrence County Museum of History (Lawrence County is the Limestone Capital of the World), pick up some fresh squeezed apple cider from Applacres, then travel a bit north and have a drink and bite to eat at Salt Creek Brewery.
French Lick / West Baden Springs
About 20 miles southwest of the park. These sister towns are home to lots of attractions, including the Indiana Railway Museum/French Lick Scenic Railway and French Lick Resort (which includes the historic West Baden Springs Hotel, the historic French Lick Springs Hotel, and the French Lick Casino).
Less than 7 miles northeast of the park. Offering tastings, tours and more.
Just over 20 miles southwest of the park in French Lick/West Baden Springs. Offering tastings, gift shop, café and distillery.
About 35 miles southwest of the park just outside the main entrance to Patoka Lake. Offering tastings, tours, snacks, gift shop and more.
Just 11 miles northwest of the park. Enjoy seasonal boat tours of an underground river flowing through a cave, guided kayak trips (year round) and much more.
Here you’ll find a large selection of very nice trails. The closest area is the middle section of Hoosier National Forest – a couple trails are hiking only, though most are multiple use (also allowing horseback riding and mountain biking). If you venture further north to the Lake Monroe area you will find hiking and multiple use trails in the northern section of Hoosier National Forest.
About 30-40 miles north or the park, depending on which area you visit. Opportunities at Indiana’s largest lake include boating/boat rentals, fishing, swimming and more. Also near the lake are several trails in the northern section of Hoosier National Forest.
About 30-40 miles southwest of the park, depending on which area you visit. Opportunities at Indiana’s second largest (and cleanest) lake include boating/boat rentals, fishing, swimming, hiking and more. Wildlife boat tours and wine cruises on the lake available from Patoka Lake Marina.
About 17 miles south of the park. During the winter months you can enjoy skiing, snowboarding and tubing.
About 30 miles south of the park. Several different cave tours and cave exploration offered, as well as many other activities.