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McVey Memorial Forest

Address: 
7399 North State Road 1
Farmland, IN 47340
Features: 
Sanctuary,Wildlife Refuge

"To establish, develop, and maintain a natural forest to be used as a public park, and a sanctuary and refuge for wildlife"

This is a perfect location to stretch your legs while traveling on Indiana State Road 1.

Features a covered picnic area and wooded walking trails.  History buffs will want to stop just north of the picnic area to read about the ghost town, Stubenville.

 

State Road 1 crosses the Mississinawa River by way of an impressive steel bridge.  Just a bit farther north (before State Road 28) one will find a memorial for three fallen soldiers from the War of 1812.

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