Lodge to be built at Potato Creek State Park

LIBERTY – Gov. Eric Holcomb joined the Department of Natural Resources on October 19 to break ground on the Lodge at Potato Creek, which will be the first state park lodge in Indiana built since 1939.

The lodge will be the eighth to join the Indiana State Parks Inns system.

The lodge will include 120 guest rooms, a full-service dining room that seats 150, a conference center with three break-out rooms and capacity for 350 guests, an indoor aquatic center, a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces for small gatherings, a mini-nature room for programs and exhibits, a café, a gift shop, and access to the lake and other park features.

The lodge will provide a base for four seasons of outdoor recreation for guests, with activities ranging from bike riding and boating in summer to ice fishing and hiking in winter, along with the viewing of spring wildflowers, migratory birds, and fall colors in the woods and prairies.

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