Mounds State Park, located off I-69 east of Anderson, features 10 unique earthworks built by prehistoric Indians known as the Adena-Hopewell people. The largest earthwork, the Great Mound, is believed to have been constructed around 160 B.C. Archaeological surveys indicate the mounds were used as gathering places for religious ceremonies, from where astronomical alignments could be viewed.
Be sure to visit our Nature Center, which includes a wildlife viewing room, animal displays, interactive games and more. Hours are 9 am to 4 pm daily. Naturalist-led hikes and interpretive programs are offered every weekend throughout the year.
During the summer, pool hours may change because of weather and staffing. Please contact the property office for exact times before your visit.
Visitor Center and Gift Shop/Interpretive Naturalist Services
Fishing (White River)
Rental - Recreation Building
Swimming / Pool
Electric / 75 sites
Youth Tent Areas
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