Potato Creek State Park

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Potato Creek State Park has 327 acres of fields, woodlands, prairies and wetlands. It is said to be haunted by ghostly children who have drowned here while swimming or fishing over the years. The plaintive sound of a child crying or calling for its mother has been rumored to come from the beach area.

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Geographic Information

Address:
25601 State Route 4
North Liberty, IN 46554
United States

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GPS:
41.5357718, -86.36086260000002
County:
St. Joseph County, Indiana
Nearest Towns:
North Liberty, IN (3.4 mi.)
Lakeville, IN (4.6 mi.)
La Paz, IN (5.9 mi.)
Walkerton, IN (7.9 mi.)
Gulivoire Park, IN (8.0 mi.)
Fish Lake, IN (10.1 mi.)
Koontz Lake, IN (10.4 mi.)
Hamlet, IN (11.5 mi.)
South Bend, IN (11.7 mi.)
Bremen, IN (12.6 mi.)

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  1. I have been here ghost hunting. If you go to the farthest fishing pier at night you can hear a little boy screaming for help and splashing in the water. Also the cemetery in the park itself is haunted. You can feel people touching you and feels as if someone is peering at you.

  2. i have been here several times and once when i was maybe 4 or 5 we stayed at the cabins……. i felt someone or something was watching us and i wouldnt stay in one room alone.

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