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Update: March 5, 2015
TRAIL CONDITION: POOR - SNOW-COVERED AND SLIPPERY
Clark State Forest is planning a prescribed fire (burn plan) in a section from the damaged caused by the March 2012 Tornado. The Division of Forestry has posted a prescribed burn plan for public comment on their web page. The details can be found under the section titled “Management Guides currently open for comment”. See where the Knobstone passes through this section.
With the removal of trees in the tornado area, timber harvested sections have become over grown with green brier, tree seedlings, and weeds, etc. To follow the KT through these sections, there are marks with two different color posts. Orange color marks the trail in the tornado area. Brown color marks the trail in the timber harvest sections between US 56 to Oxley Trailhead.
Attention: Please check the below section for the current re-routes of the KT including a printable map.
NOTE: If you are aware of any adverse trail conditions on the KT, please let us know. Contact Nila Armstrong. Please be specific of type of hazard and location.
The Knobstone Trail has a few temporary re-routes that will affect your hiking at this time. This restriction is due to the timber management areas located in the Jackson-Washington State Forest and Deam Lake Trailhead area.
We will keep you posted on the status of each section. Thank you for your cooperation and patience during these projects.
Maps can be purchased at the DNR customer service center by calling 317-232-4200. The maps are $4.00 plus 7% tax each and includes shipping. They are 24" X 36" on waterproof paper and are printed in full color.
The following pdf files are about 7.0MB. So please wait while it is displaying the maps. These are the same maps that can be bought from DNR.
Maps can also be purchased near the trail at Clark State Forest, Jackson Washington State Forest and Delaney Park.
For more information on the Knobstone Trail, contact: