O'Bannon Woods State Park Fire Tower Poster
Its black diamond rated bike trails make it a sought out mountain biking destination in the region as well as bringing hardcore outdoor enthusiasts for the rugged 25.5 mile Adventure Hiking Trail. Establishing the 2,294 acre O’Bannon Woods State Park within the Harrison-Crawford State Forest offers protection to the sensitive areas of Post Oak Cedar and Mouth of Blue River Nature Preserve as well as the Charles C. Deam Nature Preserve, which runs the forests length of the Ohio River shore. Located north of O’Bannon are the Wyandotte Caves, which are technically part of the state park despite being located several miles away within Harrison-Crawford State Forest. Pictured above is the O'Bannon Woods Fire Tower built in 1941!
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