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Salamonie River State Forest

Salamonie River State Forest
IUCN category V (protected landscape/seascape)
Hominy Ridge Shelter House in Wabash County
Hominy Ridge Shelter House in Wabash County
Map showing the location of Salamonie River State Forest
Map showing the location of Salamonie River State Forest
Map of the U.S. state of Indiana showing the location of Salamonie River State Forest
Location Wabash and Huntington counties, Indiana, USA
Nearest city Lagro, Indiana
Coordinates
Area 850 acres (3.4 km2)
Governing body Indiana Department of Natural Resources

Salamonie River State Forest is a 850-acre (3.4 km2) state forest in Wabash and Huntington counties, Indiana.

The forest is located along the Salamonie River and includes Salamonie Lake. The nearest city to the forest is Lagro. Salamonie State Forest is administered by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Salamonie River State Forest was established in the mid-1930s; the Civilian Conservation Corps reforested the site and built its recreational facilities.[1]

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