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Ferdinand State Forest

Ferdinand State Forest
Map showing the location of Ferdinand State Forest
Map showing the location of Ferdinand State Forest
Map Indiana showing the location of Ferdinand State Forest
Location Dubois County, Indiana, USA
Nearest city Ferdinand, Indiana
Coordinates
Area 7,657 acres (30.99 km2)
Established 1934
Governing body Indiana Department of Natural Resources

Ferdinand State Forest was formed in 1934 in Dubois County, Indiana, USA. Its west edge is approximately 5 miles to the east of the town of Ferdinand; Indiana State Road 264 connects the town with the forest. The forest covers an area of 7,657 acres (30.99 km2).

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  • Official site


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