In one of the more impressive natural sights Indiana has to offer, the namesake creek takes a sudden drop over a limestone canyon to produce a waterfall that is picturesque in any season. In stark contrast to Niagara Falls, you can get up close and personal with this waterfall by descending a long staircase and wading in the creek.
With more than 10 miles of trails, it's also a great place to take in on foot, on horseback or on a bicycle.
Note: Historically, visitors to McCormick's Creek State Park could do some spelunking at Wolf Cave, but the cave is temporarily closed as a precaution to protect bats from a deadly fungal disease known as white-nosed syndrome. The cave may reopen in the future, but for now the inside of the cave is strictly off limits.
How to get there:
McCormick's Creek State Park