• Memorial river

    George Rogers Clark

    National Historical Park Indiana

There are park alerts in effect.
show Alerts »
  • Change in Park Hours

    The George Rogers Clark Memorial and Visitor Center are now closed on all federal holidays except Memorial Day, July 4th, and Labor Day.

Ride With A Ranger

IMG_1352

2013 George Rogers Clark NHP Bike Tour

National Park Service

Ride With A Ranger: 2014 Bike Tours starting at the George Rogers Clark National Historical Park (GRCNHP) Visitor Center

Three Hour Weekend Tour (10:00-1:00 p.m.)

Saturday June 14 - Riding with Clark (Roundtrip is approx. 10 miles) - This ride follows in the footsteps of George Rogers Clark and his frontiersmen as riders will trace the last five miles of Clark's daring mid-winter march to Vincennes.

Saturday August 9 - Bike Tour of Historic Vincennes (Roundtrip is approx. 10 miles) - This program reveals the major role that Vincennes played in the early history of America, specifically the Northwest Territory. Riders will travel from GRCNHP to Fort Knox II

Six Hour Fall "Grand Tour" (Roundtrip is approx. 22 miles)

Saturday September 6 (8:30-3:00 p.m.) - This ride follows the full 10.5 miles of George Rogers Clark's march to Vincennes. Riders will ride from the park to Clark's Landing and back to the park as they retrace Clark's daring trek to Vincennes.

Other important information:

-Pre-registration is required

-All participants should be present no later than the times mentioned above for sign-in and orientation

-Bicyclists should be in good physical condition

-Inclement weather may cause cancellation

-Participants are requred to bring their own bicycles and personal gear, including water and snacks

-Proper wear of helmets is required

-Bicycles should be in good operating condition

For more information or to register, please contact Park Ranger Jason Collins at 812-882-1776 ext. 207.

Did You Know?

George Rogers Clark attacks Fort Sackville, Vincennes IN

The George Rogers Clark Memorial was administered by the State of Indiana untill 1966 when it was adopted into the National Park Service. President Lyndon Baines Johnson visited the park and signed the act which made it a national historical park. More...