Arrowhead Arch in Crawford County, Indiana
Photo by Jay Wilbur
NABSQNO 16S-541455-4237311. Arrowhead Arch is a cave natural arch eroded through Tar Spring sandstone. It is located in the Hemlock Cliffs area of Hoosier National Forest. The arch is on land owned by the Nature Conservancy, but managed by the US Forest Service. Access is via a confusing set of trails. Use the maps and a GPS receiver as guides.
Arrowhead Arch has a span of 22 feet, a height of 25 feet, a width of 60 feet, and a thickness of 25 feet.