Rogers Clark National Historic Park - A classic
memorial stands on the site of Fort Sackville to commemorate the capture
of the fort from British Lt. Governor Henry Hamilton and his soldiers by
Lt. Col. George Rogers Clark and his frontiersmen on February 25, 1779.
The heroic march of Clark's men from Kaskaskia on the Mississippi in
mid-winter and the subsequent victory over the British remains one of
the great feats of the American Revolution. Adjacent to the memorial
there is a visitor center where one can see interpretive programs and
Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial - On this southern Indiana farm, Abraham Lincoln spent fourteen of the most formative years of his life and grew from youth into manhood. His mother, Nancy Hanks Lincoln, is buried here.
Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore - The national lakeshore runs for nearly 25 miles along southern Lake Michigan, bordered by Michigan City, Indiana on the east, and Gary on the west. The park contains approximately 15,000 acres, 2,182 of which are located in Indiana Dunes State Park and managed by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Miles of beaches, sand dunes, bog, wetlands, woodland forests, an 1830's French Canadian homestead, and a working 1900 era farm
For more information visit the National Park Service website