Grand Kankakee Marsh

Deer
Two boys fishing
Grand Kankakee river

Located on the historic Kankakee River, the 1,952-acre Grand Kankakee Marsh County Park is a natural habitat for deer herds, many duck species, and other wildlife. There are many recreation opportunities at the Marsh like hunting, fishing, and birding. Additionally, the levees make excellent equestrian trails for the public to ride horses. 

Address21690 Range Line Road
Hebron, IN 46341

Hours

Park is open from 7 am to Sunset

PhoneMaintenance phone: 219-552-0033

features of Grand Kankakee Marsh

  • Views of the Historic Kankakee River
  • Canoe & boat launch (public access to the Kankakee River)
  • Canoe launch (no rentals)
  • Fishing (Indiana waters. Fishing license required)
  • Hiking and Horse trails
  • Leashed pets welcome
  • Picnic tables & shelter rentals
  • Toilets (pit)
  • Hunting (deer and water fowl)
  • Activities and public access to trails closed during hunting season
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