See Stunning Southern Indiana Views From the Top of the Lincoln State Park Fire Tower
Lincoln State Park has a fire tower that you can climb year-round.
More Than Just a Flyover State
The Hoosier state oftentimes gets overlooked as a flyover state, but there is truly some beautiful scenery around Indiana, you just have to look. Indiana is well known for being a state with a lot of corn, and the Hoosier state comes by it honestly, as Indiana alone produces about 20% of the entire United States popcorn supply. But contrary to popular belief, there is more than just corn in Indiana! Lincoln State Park is a gorgeous state park in southern Indiana and is home to a fire tower that you can climb and soak in some pretty cool Southern Indiana views.
Lincoln State Park Fire Tower
Lincoln State Park is about a 30-minute drive from Evansville, and there is seriously so much to do there. There are plenty of trails for hiking, cabins available for rent, 150 campsites available, plenty of spots for fishing, and more.
You could spend a whole weekend at Lincoln State Park or just go up for the day and there are plenty of things to keep you entertained. If you're more of a thrill seeker, you may enjoy the Lincoln State Park Fire Tower.
The fire tower is open all year long, so if you're into chilly winter hikes, or would rather wait to catch some stunning views of the fall foliage, you're in luck! Here is what Indiana State Parks had to say about the fire tower:
Lincoln State Park's firetower is open year-round for the daring stair-enthusiast to climb. Climb to the top and check out the incredible views of southern Indiana. Learn more about Lincoln State Park at on.in.gov/lincolnsp.
You can check out a video below highlighting some of the gems inside Lincoln State Park.