Indiana DNR on Social Media
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources participates in social networking sites in order to promote activities and events. Our goal is to share ideas and information with as many individuals as possible.
By clicking the links below, you will be taken to a Web service that is not owned by the State of Indiana and has different privacy and security policies. The State of Indiana is not responsible for, and does not endorse, guarantee, or monitor content, availability, viewpoints, products, or services that are offered or expressed on non IN.gov portal websites. List updated Oct. 8, 2020.
- Indiana Department of Natural Resources
- Division of Fish & Wildlife
- Division of Forestry
- Division of Historic Preservation & Archaeology
- Division of Law Enforcement
- Division of Outdoor Recreation
- Division of State Parks
- Indiana State Park Inns
- Indiana Master Naturalists
- Outdoor Indiana Magazine
- Brookville Lake
- Brown County State Park
- Cagles Mill Lake (Lieber SRA)
- Chain O' Lakes State Park
- Charlestown State Park
- Clifty Falls State Park
- Falls of the Ohio State Park
- Fort Harrison State Park
- Hardy Lake
- Harmonie State Park
- Indiana Dunes State Park
- Lincoln State Park
- McCormick's Creek State Park
- Mississinewa Lake
- Monroe Lake
- Mounds State Park
- O'Bannon Woods State Park
- Ouabache State Park
- Patoka Lake
- Pokagon State Park
- Potato Creek State Park
- Prophetstown State Park
- Raccoon State Recreation Area (Cecil M. Harden Lake)
- Salamonie Lake
- Shakamak State Park
- Spring Mill State Park
- Summit Lake State Park
- Tippecanoe River State Park
- Turkey Run and Shades state parks
- Upper Wabash Interpretive Services
- Versailles State Park
- Whitewater Memorial State Park
- YouTube & LinkedIn
Indiana DNR commenting guidelines for social media
The following applies to social media services that DNR uses to communicate with the public.
Welcome to an official social media account sponsored by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.
Indiana DNR-sponsored social media profiles and pages are a family-friendly outlet to promote our agency’s activities, events, and programs. What they are not:
- A method for reporting suspected criminal activity. If you suspect a crime, call the Turn In a Poacher/Polluter hotline at 1-800-TIP-IDNR (800-847-4367) or file a complaint online. Reporting a crime via social media can create liability for the author or a post and could put your personal safety at risk.
- A method for submitting comments on pending regulation changes. For commenting procedures, see the Natural Resources Commission’s Division of Hearings website.
We encourage you to ask questions and share comments on any other DNR topic. Our social media team monitors DNR-sponsored social media profiles and pages but is not responsible for content generated by users. We accept the majority of comments but are not obligated to respond to comments.
We will remove comments that include the following:
- Obscene, profane, rude or vulgar language or images
- Personal attacks or offensive terms that target specific individuals or groups
- Threats or defamatory statements
- Violent, hateful or racist language
- Advocacy for any illegal activity
- Off-topic posts, repetitive posts, spam
- Outdated, inaccurate or misleading information
- Promotion or opposition to political organizations, campaigns, candidates, or pending legislative action
- Personal information, including but not limited to addresses and telephone numbers
- Web links to any site other than the DNR website
- Advertisements or solicitations of any kind
- Infringement on copyrights or trademarks
We do not discriminate against any views but reserve the right to remove posts that violate the above policies or that are deemed inappropriate. The DNR social media team reserves the right to close comments at any time on any or all of its social media sites. Repeated violations of our comment policy may cause the author to be blocked from Indiana DNR social media accounts.
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