Fort Harrison State Park
5753 Glenn Road
Since 1903 Fort Harrison
has played an important role in Indiana history. Although the Fort
was slated for closure in 1991, reuse of the land will continue
to serve the citizens of Indiana. In 1995 the U.S. Department of
the Interior approved the State of Indiana's request to convert
1,700 acres of the 2,500 acre post into a state park and nature
preserve. Fort Harrison State Park includes one of the largest tracts
of unbroken hardwood forest in Central Indiana, several small lakes,
three and one-half miles of Fall Creek and its tributaries, trails
and picnic areas. Although the park is opening with limited services
at this time, we hope you will enjoy your time here. Now and in
the years ahead, visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy recreation,
education, and leisure activities within this beautiful area.
entrance fee will be charged at this park. Click for information
on entrance fees.
Schoen Creek Trail Mountain Biking Info
Check out the maps to
Ft. Harrison State Park above. Inside the park, go to the parking area east of the Millenium Grove Picnic Area parking area at Camp Glenn.
Check out this Google map showing the Schoen Creek Trail and the other new multi-use trail (at the far left).
|| 3 miles
||Single track (multi-use: hike and bike)
||Beginner to Intermediate
Follow the mowed trail through wetland and prairie grasses.