With some restrictions, you may bring your pet with you to Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial. At all times, pets must be restrained on a leash no longer than six feet in length. Leashes protect dogs from becoming lost and from other hazards. Leashes also help protect park resources, including wildlife and vegetation.
Where you CAN go with your pet:
There are 2 miles of hiking trails and roads in the park where pets are permitted.
Where you CAN'T go with your pet:
Did You Know?
Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial was the first national park established in Indiana. President John F. Kennedy signed the act authorizing the establishment of the park on February 19, 1962.