O’Bannon Woods – Corydon

The Trail

O’Bannon Woods State Park, located in Southern Indiana, is approximately 45 minutes west of downtown Louisville, KY or seven miles west of Corydon, Indiana on State Road 62. The 3,000 acre park is surrounded by the 26,000 acre Harrison-Crawford State Forest and borders the Ohio and Blue Rivers. Unique features such as steep hills and deep ravines, limestone bluffs, caves and waterfalls can be found along the trails or within the park boundary.

With its rugged, rocky terrain, the trails in O’Bannon Woods can be more difficult than many trails in other Indiana state parks. For beginner and intermediate riders, segments of the trails may be challenging and will provide a great opportunity to improve riding skills.

Trail Head

The Fire Tower Trail, begins just off the parking lot at the base of the old Fire Tower. Look for the wooden entrance gateway.

Trail Work Days

Trail work days scheduled as needed, typically on Sundays. Check the Louisville Mountainbikers meetup group for details.

Getting There