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Five Partners for Seven Generation.

Indiana Dunes Tourism and the National Park Service acknowledge with great respect that the Indiana Dunes are within the traditional lands of the Bodéwadmik/Potawatomi and Myaamia/Miami Peoples past and present. We honor with gratitude the land itself and the Indigenous Peoples who inhabited it throughout the generations. We are working in partnership to bring Indigenous voices to the forefront and to continue the tradition of caring for this land. As you walk along these trails, remember the ancestors – those who made this place their home and still have ties here.

A Vision of the Future

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Tales From the Dunes

The Indiana Dunes Blog

Did you know the Indiana Dunes has a 15-mile coastline with sandy beaches, more than 70 miles of hiking trails and more than 350 species of birds? Explore the latest and greatest tales from the dunes.

Communities

Main Streets TV visits the Indiana Dunes

John McGivern's Main Streets visited the Indiana Dunes to film an episode of their travel show about the main streets of Midwestern communities.…

Indiana Dunes National Park

The Indiana Dunes National Park Fees Explained

Wondering which pass you should buy to visit the Indiana Dunes National Park? Here are some scenarios that may help you decide which option is best…

Discovery Trail

Snowshoeing in the Indiana Dunes National Park

Once the Indiana Dunes area is blanketed in a few inches of snow, you’ll start to see people traversing the parks’ trails on snowshoes.

Five Partners for Seven Generations

By working together, the Indiana Dunes Indigenous Cultural trail aims to tell the story of the Indiana Dunes area for future generations.

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