Saturday August 18 12:08 pm

Spotlighting events along the south shore of Lake Michigan


Take a Cool Trip Underground!


Tours of Little Wyandotte Cave last about 30-45 minutes, and tours of Big Wyandotte Cave last 2 hours.
Tours are offered on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holidays, through Labor Day weekend.

Jackets are recommended for all cave tours because cave temperature is always 52ºF. Comfortable and sturdy shoes are a must.

See what’s new at Indiana State Parks this year


The summer recreational season is approaching, and Indiana State Parks is working hard to make sure visitors have a good experience.

Bluegill are highly sought sportfish in Indiana


Bluegill are one of the most sought-after sportfish in Indiana and can be caught in virtually every pond, stream, and lake. Fishing for bluegill requires only basic equipment, which makes them an ideal species for youth and beginners to target.

Largemouth bass can be caught by anglers of all skill levels

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Largemouth bass are one of the most popular sportfish in Indiana for good reason. They can be readily be caught by anglers of all skill levels, from the novice to the seasoned angler. As water temperatures continue to warm, largemouth bass begin to migrate into shallow water in preparation for spawning, often providing some of the best shore fishing of the year.

Chicago Fire Soccer Club Announce Date Change For August Match Versus Columbus Crew SC


The Chicago Fire Soccer Club announced today that its home match against Columbus Crew SC, originally scheduled for Aug. 25 at Toyota Park, has been moved to Aug. 23. Kickoff is 6 p.m. CT with broadcasts available on ESPN+ and Univision Deportes Chicago 1200AM.

Save money with an Indiana State Parks GO Pack


Spring is here and Hoosiers are beginning to plan outdoor adventures, which is why now is the time to consider buying an Indiana State Parks GO Pack.

2018 fishing and hunting licenses


Basic Indiana fishing and hunting licenses are available for purchase and are valid from April 1, 2018, to March 31, 2019.

Important corrections to Indiana Hunting & Trapping Guide


Indiana deer and waterfowl hunters need to be aware of two important changes in the print version of the 2017-2018 Hunting & Trapping Guide.