Limberlost State Historic Site
Lodging & Tourism /
200 E. 6th Street
Geneva, Indiana 46740
The Limberlost State Historic Site features the Limberlost Cabin, home of author Gene Stratton-Porter from 1895 to 1913, The site also has a visitor center with restrooms, educational displays, and a gift shop. Guided tours of the 13 room Queen Anne rustic cabin, decorated in Arts & Craft and Victorian style begin at the visitor center. The Limberlost Cabin is where Gene wrote half of her novels and nature books, and is featured in her two most famous books, Freckles and A Girl of the Limberlost. Tourist information and free maps of the Limberlost Territory Nature Preserves (over 1700 acres in the immediate Geneva area) are available in the visitor center.
Open on these Monday holidays:MLK, President's Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veteran's Day.
Closed on Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas.