The campground at Indiana Dunes State Park looks like a ghost town now and
the beach has more gulls than hikers, but that doesnít mean itís time to put
up the hiking shoes or stow away the tent until next year.
Now is a great time to explore late fall in the Dunes. No mosquitoes, no
ticks, and the fall color is still holding on strong. Make some time to
visit Indiana Dunes State Park and enjoy all that November has to offer.
Here's a glimpse of some of the upcoming events going on this month:
* The Dunes State Park-sponsored Sandhill Crane Tour is full, but plan on
attending an owl banding early this month. Join staff and volunteers for owl
banding nights on Friday, Nov. 8 and Saturday, Nov. 9, at the Nature Center
after 6 p.m. See what owls have been captured. Nightly banding updates at