Twin Lakes is a U.S. Forest Service property dominated, as the name suggests, by two lakes - Indian Lake to the west, Lake Celina to the east. Most visitors stick to the lakes.
Ambitious hikers can attempt the thirteen-plus mile Two Lakes Trail. Both lakes lie within the loop formed by the main tread, but a connector trail passing between the lakes allows for shortcuts or a figure eight trip.
There are multiple trail access points along the paved road that connects the entrance station and the Indian Lake boat ramp. Take snacks and water, or the means to treat it, and expect to do a fair amount of climbing, and even some wading.
Perry County. From I-64 Exit 79, south 2.0 miles on IN 37, then right at the giant sign.
North 38 11.943 West 86 35.899
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Campgrounds, showers at Lake Celina.
Nearby Natural Areas
Bloom: Hiking Indiana; Page 207
Habeck: Wild Indiana; Page 117
McPherson: Indiana Best Hikes; Page 420
McPherson: Nature Walks in Southern Indiana; Page 390