Visitors to Indiana's latest nature preserve will have to work a little harder than most sight-seers to take in the attraction.
CHESTERTON | Indiana officials dedicated the state's first ever underwater preserve at the Indiana Dunes State Park on Monday at the site of the shipwreck of the J.D. Marshall.
The Natural Resource Commission on Tuesday approved the creation of the J.D. Marshall Preserve, a 100-acre shipwreck site just off of the Indiana Dunes State Park shoreline.
PORTAGE | The site of a 1911 shipwreck just off of what is now the Indiana Dunes State Park shoreline could become the state's first underwater preserve by month's end.
CHESTERTON | Just off the shore of the Indiana Dunes State Park lies the J.D. Marshall, which sank during a squall 101 years ago.
Under the sometimes murky waters of Lake Michigan lies a mostly unexplored layer of Northwest Indiana history.
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