Jennings County Parks and Recreation has managed the historic Muscatatuck Park, since 1968. This park was established in 1921 as Indiana's fourth state park. Today the park offers a modern campground, shelters, reception hall, nearly 9 miles of trails, rock climbing, playgrounds, and sport courts and fields. JCPR also manages Eco Lake Park. This park is under development, but currently is an IDNR Public Access site.