Jackson–Washington State Forest

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Jackson–Washington State Forest
IUCN category VI (protected area with sustainable use of natural resources)
Map showing the location of Jackson–Washington State Forest
Map showing the location of Jackson–Washington State Forest
Map of the U.S. state of Indiana showing the location of Jackson-Washington State Forest
Location Jackson and Washington Counties, Indiana, USA
Nearest city Brownstown, Indiana
Coordinates 38°50′42″N 86°03′07″W / 38.84500°N 86.05194°W / 38.84500; -86.05194Coordinates: 38°50′42″N 86°03′07″W / 38.84500°N 86.05194°W / 38.84500; -86.05194
Governing body Indiana Department of Natural Resources

Jackson–Washington State Forest is a state forest in Jackson and Washington Counties, Indiana, near the town of Brownstown. The forest includes over 18,000 acres (7,300 ha), most of which was bought by the state in the 1930s and 1950s. Jackson–Washington State Forest offers camping, fishing, hunting, archery, and trails for hiking, horseback riding, and cycling.[1]

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