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How much do you know about Indiana? Can you correctly identify some of these facts?
Governor: Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr.
Lieutenant Governor: Becky Skillman
State Capital - Indianapolis
State Flower: The peony (Paeonia)
State Tree: The tulip tree (Liriodendron tulipifera), also known as yellow poplar
State Bird: The cardinal (Richmondena cardinalis)
State River: The Wabash River
State Motto: The Crossroads of America
State Stone: Limestone
Nickname: The Hoosier State
Hiking trails in Indiana: 1300 miles
Horseback trails in Indiana: 500 miles
Biking trails in Indiana: 350 miles
Snowmobile trails in Indiana: 197 miles
The biggest river in Indiana? The Wabash River is the biggest river at 475 miles long.
Number of people who visit a state park or reservoir every year:
Number of people who camp at a state park or reservoir every year:
Number of people who fish every year:
Number of State Parks and Reservoirs: 33
Indiana's oldest state park: McCormick's Creek State Park
Indiana newest state park: Prophetstown State Park
Number of Inns located in Indiana State Parks: 7
Number of DNR Facebook pages: 19
Indiana's biggest lake: Monroe Lake
Number of Indiana State Forests: 14
Indiana State Tree Nurseries: Jasper-Pulaski Nursery and Vallonia Nursery
Visit a state park or reservoir! Have you ever wondered where all of the state parks and reservoirs in Indiana are located? Click here to see the state parks and reservoirs in Indiana.
Have you ever wondered what it's like to work for the DNR?
Learn more by reading "DNR employees work in many fields."
Who is the DNR? Click here to learn more.