Outdoor Recreation

Myer’s Memorial Swimming Pool

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Myer's Memorial Swimming Pool 706 East Market Street - Salem, Indiana Phone: 812-883-6263 SEASON: Open Memorial Day to Mid-August. The Myer’s Community Pool Includes Baby pool with turtle slide, Pool with adult double slide, Lawnchair rentals, Concession stand, Shaded picnic area, Showers and locker rooms.

Jackson-Washington State Forest

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Jackson-Washington State Forest 1278 East State Road 250 - Brownstown, Indiana Phone: 812-358-2160 Website: WWW.IN.GOV/DNR/FORESTRY/4820 IN THE HEART OF SOUTHERN INDIANA The Jackson-Washington State Forest encompasses nearly 18,000 acres in Jackson and Washington counties in the heart of southern Indiana. The main forest and office area are located 2.5 southeast of Brownstown on State Road 250.

Knobstone Trail

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Knobstone Trail The Knobstone Trail is the longest hiking trail in Indiana. Its southern terminus is about 15 miles (24 km) north of Louisville, Kentucky in the Deam Lake State Recreation Area. It currently ends at Delaney Creek Park near Salem, Indiana. However, there are plans to eventually extend the trail another 80 miles (129

Western Hills Country Club

2019-06-04T19:53:53+00:00Outdoor Recreation, Things To Do|

Western Hills Country Club 3015 W. Mount Tabor Road - Salem, Indiana Phone: 812-883-5138 The 9-hole "Western Hills" course at the Western Hills Country Club facility in Salem, Indiana features 2,842 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 35. The course rating is 33.3 and it has a slope rating of

Delaney Park

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Delaney Park 8215 North Delaney Park Road - Scottsburg, Indiana Phone: 812-883-5101 Website: WWW.DELANEYPARK.COM INDIANA'S LONGEST FOOTPATH... County-owned park on 326 acres with an 88-acre lake. The park offers modern and primitive camping, cabin rentals, swimming, fishing and boat rentals. Delaney Creek Park is also one of the major trailheads for the Knobstone Trail, Indiana’s longest