Jackson County

Counties: Jackson County


Natural Areas Organizations


Jackson County Indiana Location Map

Jackson County is in south central Indiana. It is bounded on the north by Brown County and Bartholomew County, on the west by Lawrence County and Monroe County, on the south by Washington County, on the southeast by Scott County, and on the east by Jennings County.


  Natural Areas

Deam Wilderness
 See also: USFS

Hemlock Bluff Nature Preserve
 See also: DNR [PDF]

Hickory Ridge Trail
 USFS

Jackson-Washington State Forest
 DNR

Knobstone Glade Nature Preserve
 DNR [PDF]

Nebo Ridge Trail
 USFS

Starve Hollow State Recreation Area
 See also: DNR

Sycamore Loop
 See also: USFS

  Organizations

Indiana Native Plant Society - South Central Chapter

Oak Heritage Conservancy

Sassafras Audubon Society

Sycamore Land Trust

  Watersheds

 

Jackson County Indiana Watersheds map

Jackson County Watersheds
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Red lines on the map depict the boundaries of 8-digit hydrologic units (one convenient definition of a watershed) as shown on this 1974 United States Geological Survey Map.

Jackson County drains into three different 8-digit hydrologic units, each represented on the image above by an area between red lines and within the county boundary, designated by a letter. Clicking on a watershed name below will take you to separate page with more information on that watershed.

Letter

Watershed

A
B
C

Lower East Fork White
Upper East Fork White
Muscatatuck