About Limberlost and Gene Stratton-Porter
Famous naturalist and author Gene Stratton-Porter cherished the flora and fauna of Limberlost Swamp, and she understood the importance of this type of habitat. Sadly not everyone was as well-informed, and the swamp was eventually drained in an attempt to farm the land. The Friends of the Limberlost State Historic Site, through a tremendous amount of hard work and dedication, have recently restored the land, and much of the wildlife about which Gene Stratton-Porter lovingly wrote has returned. To fully appreciate the history and importance of Limberlost and Gene Stratton-Porter, be certain to take a tour of this historically significant site to accompany any program you attend. The depth of understanding such a tour provides will leave you with a sense of wonder and awe!
Limberlost State Historic Site
202 East 6th St.
Geneva, IN 46740
Emails: Jordan Rodden, Site Manager email@example.com
Curt Burnette, Naturalist and Program Developer firstname.lastname@example.org
Taylor Lehman, East Central Regional Ecologist with IDNR Nature Preserves email@example.com
NEW HOURS AS OF JUNE 1 2018:
Limberlost State Historic Site is open:
Tuesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed on Monday
Winter hours: Mid December through March Limberlost will be closed on Sundays.
Tours on demand. Last tour starts at 4 p.m.
Visit the Limberlost Visitor Center to purchase tour tickets.
Children under 3 are free
*Child: ages 3 through 12
*Senior: age 60 and older
Group/School Tours: Special rates are available for groups of 10 or more and for school groups. Call 260.368.7428 to schedule your group.
200 E 6th St, Geneva, Indiana 46740