George Rogers Clark National Historical Park

Exploring The Parks: George Rogers Clark National Historical Park

On a warm, early fall day with brilliant sunshine and the Wabash River glistening as it flowed past the large limestone and granite building that locals affectionately call “The Memorial,” I stopped to visit George Rogers Clark National Historical Park.

Disappointing Visitation Trend Spurs Elimination of Entrance Fee at George Rogers Clark National Historical Park

The National Park Service hopes that the metaphorical turnstile at George Rogers Clark National Historical Park will spin faster now that the park’s entrance fee has been abolished, but broad cultural trends auger against a return to the halcyon days.

Flood Watch Continues at Heartland National Parks

It’s “so far, so good” for national parks in the flood-weary Heartland. Only Indiana’s George Rogers Clark National Historical Park has experienced significant flooding.
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