Discover details about your community through maps featuring demographics, environment, government, and more with Indiana maps produced by the Indiana Geological and Water Survey.
The Indiana Uplands boasts beautiful natural landscapes and unique recreational opportunities that fulfill your quest for adventure or relaxation. In partnership with the IU Center for Rural Engagement, the Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands examined all recreational and public lands resources across the region and identified key opportunities to enhance these resources, creating a healthier, more resilient Indiana, and boosting tourism within our state.
Explore this story map to take a virtual tour of eight featured resources in each county in the region.
Through a partnership with the IU School of Public Health and IU Center for Rural Engagement, community health leaders are developing community health needs assessments (CHNAs) to examine the health needs of their communities, and community health improvement plans (CHIPs) to address those needs.
The Charles C. Deam wilderness area offers 36 miles of hiking and horseback riding trails that allow visitors to explore a place set aside for restoration to its pre-settlement conditions.Get the map
This area includes the Deam Lake State Recreation Area, Clark State Forest, Jackson-Washington State Forest, state nature preserves, state conservation areas, and fish and wildlife areas.Get the map