STATE PARKS PASS PROGRAM
When Indiana celebrated its centennial in 1916, Hoosiers received a memorable birthday gift - a brand new state park system. From the establishment of the first state park, McCormick’s Creek (pictured above), the system has grown to 32 properties that hosts about 16 million visitors each year. In 2016, Indiana turns 200 and Indiana State Parks celebrates a century of “making memories naturally” for visitors.
In an effort to share the State Parks with even more Indiana residents, the Department of Natural Resources and Indiana State Library have given a State Park Pass to every Library in the state. Any Jefferson County library patron can borrow the pass for 7 days at no cost.
For more information, feel free to CONTACT the Library or stop in.