Stoney Run

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About Stoney Run County Park

  • Location:
    9230 E 142nd Avenue
    Hebron, IN 46341
  • Park open 7 a.m. to sunset year round

Directions to Stoney Run County Park

Exit Interstate 65 east at Route 231 Hebron/Crown Point exit. Travel east toward Hebron for about 4.5 miles to Leroy and turn left at 145th Avenue. The Korean Memorial is on your left. Continue past it on 145th for 2.5 miles to the park.

GPS: 41.359999,-87.225063


Horses are only allowed on the perimeter trail and roadway. Horses are not allowed in the grass/turf areas. Thank you for your cooperation.

Veterans Memorial


Stoney Pond

Welcome to Stoney Run

Dedicated in 1973, Stoney Run is nestled in the rural setting of southeast Lake County. The 316 acres of tranquil woodlands, ponds, and open meadows lend themselves to a peaceful experience. The eight miles of hiking trails let visitors get away from it all and enjoy nature at its finest, observing first hand the interrelationship between flora and fauna in the heavily wooded oak hickory forest. Stoney Run's primarily level terrain is complemented by a ravine running through the eastern half of the park and rolling hills on the western side, providing for a great variety of wildflowers. The park is open 7 a.m. to sunset year round.

Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Special services on Memorial Day at 2:30 p.m. and the Saturday prior to Veterans Day at 10:30 p.m. presented by the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Committee. View service information and the history of the Memorial.


Self-guided hiking trail past red and black oaks, shagbark and pignut hickory. Found growing in the sunlight along the forest edge are spice bush, elderberry, grape and sumac. Spring wildflowers are abundant and deer, squirrel, rabbit and a variety of birds are often seen while hiking the interior and perimeter trails. Approximately 8 miles of trails meander through the park. Riders, providing their own horses, will enjoy the remote areas of the park. Riders must stay on the perimeter trail and keep horses out of the picnic area and all turf areas. Please note that the trails are closed to horses from December 1-April 1 to allow for winter activities.

Cross Country Skiing

The hiking trails and perimeter trail are groomed during the winter months for cross county skiing. Rentals are available when weather conditions permit. Read about cross country ski rental.


Other Great Features of Stoney Run

  • Barbecue grills
  • Barrier free toilets
  • Equestrian trails may use the perimeter trail only. Park trailers in the campground area. Restricted to April to December. Watch for trail conditions after heavy rain.
  • Fishing lake
  • Great creative playgrounds
  • Hiking trails
  • Open play fields
  • Picnic shelters
  • Primitive camping for not-for-profit groups only by reservation
  • Recreational equipment.
  • Volleyball standards