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Tippecanoe River State Park – Winamac, Indiana
Trailhead Coordinates: 41.10408, -86.5780
The Tippecanoe River State Park is 2,785 acres of flat, sandy, Indiana land. It includes the Sand Hill Nature Preserve, at the north end of the park, and the Tippecanoe River Nature Preserve at the eastern edge of the park. US highway 35 forms the western border of the park and the Tippecanoe River is the eastern edge. Within this area are 14 plus miles of trails shared by horsemen and hikers.
The trails here are wide, well maintained, and quite sandy with few rocks. Many riders forego shoes or other hoof protection at Tippecanoe.
Horsemen's / 56 sites – primitive – No electric but they do have potable water for humans and stock.
The horseman’s campground has gravel roads and parking pads throughout. There are hitching posts with pipe crossbars instead of wood so the horses can't chew on them.
Horse camp does not have shower facilities and horse campers are not permitted to use the shower facilities in the main campground.
Bridle tags are required for each horse, or mule. Contact the park office for fee schedule.
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Information on horse trails, horse camps and camping and hiking paths for horseback riders, and hikers at Tippecanoe State Park near Winamac, Indiana
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