Located on the Wabash River, at the southern end of the Great Portage, Historic Forks of the Wabash has witnessed much of Indiana’s rich heritage. The historic park is the site of the home of Chiefs Richardville and Lafontaine, a German immigrant’s home, a one-room school house, a wicki-up, winding trails, a French trading post, remnants of the Wabash and Erie Canal, and, of course, the stately Wabash River. You’ll walk the grounds where treaties were signed between the Miami and the U.S. Government.

Private tours are available for anyone interested, but are especially perfect for:

Our skilled interpreters tailor the tour to your interests as we move through the historic portions of our facility at your pace, ensuring plenty of time to ask any questions and admire the historic artifacts and structures.

Cost for the tour is $8.00 per attendee and requires a minimum of $25 total. If you'd like to book a visit, then call today at (260) 356-1903 or email Our schedule fills quickly so don’t delay. Tours must be booked in advance and are scheduled on a ‘first come first served’ basis. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!