Hoosier National Forest

The Hoosier National Forest is a property managed by the United States Forest Service in the hills of south central Indiana. Composed of four separate sections, it has a total area of 202,814 acres (82,076 ha; 316.897 sq mi). It is headquartered in Bedford, with a regional office in Tell City. Prominent places within the Forest include the Lick Creek Settlement and the Potts Creek Rockshelter Archeological Site.

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