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The mission of the Interpretive Services is to provide information and offer interpretive experiences with Indiana's natural and cultural resources to visitors, staff and a diverse public.
Spring in Indiana means wildflowers, migrating birds, mushrooms, and walks on our trails in sweatshirts instead of heavy winter coats and boots. We have 24 full-time interpretive naturalists scattered around our system who work year round and offer a wide variety of programs to introduce you to our great Hoosier spring with all sorts of programs.
Check out our new "Walks, Runs, and Triathlons" page to get details about fitness related events at our Indiana state parks and reservoirs.
Children's Outdoor Bill of Rights
And while you're planning your winter outdoor trip, involve your kids, grandkids or youth group and help them get started checking off the list of eleven things every Indiana child should get to do outdoors!