Do you have to pay to get into Fort Harrison State park?
An entrance fee will be charged at this park.
What is there to do at Fort Harrison State park?
The 1,700-acre park features walking and jogging trails, picnic sites, fishing access to Fall Creek and two national historic districts. The former Citizen’s Military Training Camp is preserved around the park office in what was once known as Camp Glenn.
Can you kayak in Fort Harrison State park?
Hoosier Canoe and Kayak Club – Fall Creek Portage inside Fort Harrison State Park.
Do state parks take debit cards?
Payment types accepted: Cash or Credit/Debit cards. Visitors must have a State Disabled Discount card to get the disabled fee. Day use fees allow for re-entry to all “State” Parks and Beaches for that day only unless there is a park closure.
When did Fort Benjamin Harrison close?
The fortunes of Fort Benjamin Harrison were sealed in 1991 when the Base Closure and Realignment Commission identified it for closure. Thus began a new era as the planning for civilian reuse began.
Can you kayak down the White River?
The White River Canoe Trail is 16 miles in length. Launch your own canoe or kayak. Please visit www.indygreenways.com for more information.
Can you kayak on Geist Reservoir?
Not typically known for canoeing or kayaking, Geist Reservoir is the summer destination for the Northeastern population of Indianapolis. At the Geist Marina you can rent a kayak or pontoon and explore the massive reservoir, or you can bring your own.
Is Joshua Tree Free?
Joshua Tree National Park has had an entrance fee since 1991. The current rate of $25 per vehicle or $12 per motorcycle has been in effect since 2016. The park is one of 117 in the National Park System that charges an entrance fee. The remaining 300 sites are free to enter.
Where is the fort Ben Harrison id card office?
The Fort Ben Harrison ID Card Office services all Active Duty, Reserve/Retired Military, National Guard, DoD Civilians, and Dependents. We are located on the south side of the Major General Emmett J. Bean Federal Center in Indianapolis, Indiana.
What to do at Fort Harrison State Park?
This 1700-acre park is chock-full of activities and history, housing a former World War II prisoner-of-war camp. Recreation includes fishing, bicycle trails, walking and jogging trails, horse trail rides and hayrides, picnicking and a nature center…more.
Is there still a military base at Fort Harrison?
The site of the base has since been redeveloped, and includes residential neighborhoods, a golf course, and is the site of Fort Harrison State Park . Although the base has officially been inactivated, there is still a very significant military presence in the area.
When does the GSA Open at Fort Harrison?
It operates from 6:00 a.m.– 6:00 p.m. Originally known as the Fort Harrison Finance Center and part of the Fort Benjamin Harrison Military Base, the facility was acquired by GSA in 1995. We completed an extensive project in 2003 to modernize the building’s office space to current industry standards.