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Potawatomi Wildlife Park

16998 State Road 331

Potawatomi Wildlife Park is owned and managed by Potawatomi Park, Inc., a not-for-profit private foundation. This Private foundation is an outgrowth of the proceeds from the estate of Vernon Romine. Potawatomi Wildlife Park preserves both a prehistorical and historical site of significance to the regions past. The Park preserves both prehistorical and historical indian encampments, the Stephen Bennack Potawatomi village, a portion of the Goshen-Logansport trail, and the Tippecanoe River ford where several early indian trails crossed the river.

Vision Statement:

Potawatomi Wildlife Park shall be a place where the natural, historical, and cultural features of the area are conserved, protected, and restored for use and enjoyment by present and future generations.

Mission Statement:

The mission of Potawatomi Wildlife Park is to:

     - Maintain a place for low-impact recreation where the public can enjoy the solitude of nature, commune with wildlife, and gain an understanding of local history.
     - Provide educational programs and opportunities for all people.
     - Provide a community and regional gathering place.


Gabbie Yeazel

Saturday, June 30, 2018
Most amazing little walk there is around here. There is a Bald eagle who hangs out here and we take our dogs walking every sunday. We kayak past it a lot and stop to eat lunch. As you can tell our dogs love it just as much, they come home and are sleeping the rest of the day.. they have a nice man made creek that is perfect for them to swim in an play! So much wildlife is one area. You can watch the carp roll all day in the big pond.

Pamela Ford

Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Our first visit to Potawatomi Wildlife Park was a very pleasant one. We went to listen to The Blue Holler Band. Nice pavilion with clean restrooms and a pleasant breeze on a hot night was very enjoyable. We didn't hike or kayak but I understand there are three small lakes on the property and that they do rent kayaks.

Mackenzie Seif

Sunday, April 15, 2018
Potawatomi Wildlife Park is beautiful! My husband and I love to run/walk our dog here. The trails are well kept, its peaceful, and we see more and more animals as it starts to warm up!

Tracey Schaeffner

Monday, June 4, 2018
It's a beautiful wildlife preserve to relax with family, have a picnic and take a hike through there well maintained trails.

Daniel Breen

Sunday, May 20, 2018
Very well maintained park. Clean facilities. Easy trails.

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