INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — People were flocking in droves to at least two Indiana state parks on Sunday.
Both were filled to capacity Sunday, according to Indiana State Parks Twitter page.
Indiana State Parks said Cataract Falls State Recreation Area near Cloverdale and Patoka Lake reservoir near the Hoosier National Forest are both at capacity on their boat ramps.
Parking at Cataract Falls was at capacity, and one car must leave for another car to be let in, according to Indiana State Parks. It was the second consecutive day that the facility reached its capacity.
South, Painter Creek, Osborn and Newton Stewart ramps at Patoka Lake were all at capacity, Indiana State Parks said.
On Saturday, parking capacity was reached at Clifty Falls State Park near Madison, according to the state parks’ Twitter account.