Port of Indiana - Burns Harbor

Why include a major industrial site among the best cultural and natural sites in the Beyond the Beach region? Because this site offers a captivating look at both the nature and culture of this region. Twelve steel processors dominate the port landscape, and the site’s protected waters attract great numbers of migrating and wintering birds.

Phone: (219) 787-8636
Website: http://www.portsofindiana.com

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6625 S. Boundary Dr., Portage, IN 46368

Phone: (219) 787-8636

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