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Sullivan County, Indiana


Worlds End State Park

>Photo: Worlds End State Park, 2015, Philip H. Krugler, photograpger. The 780 acre park, located south of Forksville, is largely surrounded by the Loyalsock State Forest.

The area that would become Sullivan county was first settled by a group of Shakers circa 1810. The county was established in 1817 and named for Daniel Sullivan [1754-1790] who served as a scout and a spy during the American Revolutionary War.