Portland Arch Nature Preserve Chief Tecumseh’s Cave Poster
The 436-acre Portland Arch Nature Preserve in Central Indiana is home to one of the few known natural bridges in the Hoosier State, Portland Arch. This arch sits on a tributary of the towering, ninety-foot cliffs of Bear Creek Canyon, a relic of the last Ice Age. Its unique ecosystem hosts an abundance of rare and endangered plants not found anywhere else in the state, granting it the status of a National Natural Landmark in 1973. Steeped in myth and lore dating back to a time when this land was home to the ancestral Shawnee Tribe, a walk through these woods will transport visitors to a time when this area was at the farthest edges of the early American frontier.
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