|NOTICE: McCormick's Creek State Park was severely damaged by a tornado on Friday, March 31st. The park is now open for limited use: the Nature Center, Saddle Barn, Canyon Inn, cabins, most shelters, and some trails are open and operating. Public programming has resumed. Several park trails remain closed, and the campground is closed indefinitely.
to McCormicks Creek State Park
can enjoy a wide variety of activities and services in a beautiful
and restful natural setting.
You can explore the park by 10+ miles of well-marked hiking
trails, taking you past unique features like Wolf Cave, Twin
Bridges, and the Falls on McCormick's Creek. If you enjoy horseback
riding you can take guided trail rides or pony rides at the
Picnickers have a variety of picnic
areas to choose from, and some have shelters with fireplaces.
Many are close to drinking water, restrooms, or playground equipment.
There are also several
shelter houses throughout the park, and they are all reservable.
to McCormick's Creek State Park
can also enjoy an Olympic-size swimming
pool, playgrounds and playing fields, and a variety of games
and sports at the Recreation
Fishing is available on nearby
White River. The Nature Center
also offers a variety of exhibits, displays and scheduled interpretive
naturalist services year-round.
of the various campgrounds
are open year-round at McCormicks Creek
State Park. Camping choices include Class
A (electric) campsites,
Class C (primitive) campsites, a Youth
Tent Area and Group
For visitors preferring all the comforts of home a stay at
Canyon Inn or one of their
family housekeeping cabins could
be just the ticket. The Inn also houses meeting rooms and a public dining room/restaurant.