- Blue Grass Fish and Wildlife Area is a unique natural resource area because all of the land has been stripmined. Blue Grass FWA covers approximately 2,532 acres and features about 28 pits and lakes (600 acres of water). Blue Grass FWA is dedicated to providing and main taining quality hunting, fishing and wildlife watching opportunities.
- Hovey Lake Fish and Wildlife Area is a unique natural area nestled in the Ohio River and Wabash River floodplains in extreme southwest Indiana. Hovey Lake FWA covers approximately 6,963 acres and features a 1,400 acre oxbow lake, other smaller sloughs, marshes and extensive bottomland hardwood forests. Hovey Lake is dedicated to providing and maintaining quality hunting, fishing and wildlife watching opportunities.
Goose Pond Cypress Slough
- Goose Pond Cypress Slough is a series of ponds and marshy areas where one of Indianas few remaining cypress stands can be found today.It is probably the most easily viewed of these because of its large size and its length of nearly three miles.
Sugar Ridge FWA
- Sugar Ridge Fish & Wildlife Area is unique in that much of the land has been strip-mined. Sugar Ridge is made up of six separate areas, totaling approximately 8,100 acres. The strip-mined land now features about 100 pits and lakes, along with rows of overburden from the mining operation. The land that has not been mined is mostly rough and rolling.
- Glendale Fish & Wildlife Area is dedicated to providing quality hunting and fishing opportunities while maintaining 8,060 acres of land and over 1,400 acres of lakes and impoundments.