Mccormick's Creek State Park: A Guide to the Oldest State Park in Indiana

Nov 21, 2020 12:00 PM

Mccormick's Creek State Park - Photo by Cindy Cornett Seigle from Flickr
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Tripboba.com - Be ready for the greatest adventure in a natural creek state park in the United States. Yes, Tripboba will guide you to Mccormick's Creek State Park. Inside this article, we will share with you complete information about what you can do in Mccormick's Creek State Park!

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Mccormick's Creek State Park

Photo by Sarah Altendorf from Flickr

First of all, your trip to Mccormick's Creek State Park won't be complete if you do not know about the geological of the park, especially its canyon. Mccormick's Creek Canyon is the oldest and the lowest in Indiana. The canyon has a mile long with more than 100 feet deep and also limestone outcrops along the walls. 

There are 3 formations of Mccormick's Creek Canyon. The first one, the lower and the oldest part, is the Salem Limestone. The second or the middle formation is the St. Louis Limestone. Finally, the last one is Ste. Genevieve Limestone. Besides the canyon, you can also indulge in some small waterfalls around the park, due to the country's relatively flat topography.

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