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  While you're here at Riley Lake and you want to go for a horse ride, you can stop at Wild About Horses Equestrian Center. Take a side visit to Big Pine Creek; you're sure to encounter some friendly folks from Attica here. The Highway 41 to 70 W Road section, a whitewater sweep on Big Shawnee Creek is 2.9 miles from start to finish. This close by sweep of whitewater is a type II. If you are an experienced kayak paddler, you should most likely seek a different sweep
    of whitewater than this sweep of Big Shawnee Creek to raft. The Rainsville to Twin Bridges segment on Big Pine Creek is a nearby class II+(III) whitewater run, 6.
 


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OUTDOORS_GUIDE
These outdoors activities are available near Riley Lake.
 Public Lands Near Riley Lake:
Turkey Run State Park, Indiana, 21 miles away
Shades State Park, Indiana, 22 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Riley Lake:
Attica Family Campground, Attica, 2 miles away
Summers Campgrounds, Attica, 6 miles away
Ross Hill Park and Camp, Otterbein, 13 miles away
Sugar Mill Lake and Campgrounds, Hillsboro, 13 miles away
 Hotels Near Riley Lake:
Four Points By Sheraton West Lafayette, West Lafayette, 22 miles away
Super 8 Danville, Danville, 23 miles away
Quality Inn Danville, Danville, 23 miles away
Red Roof Inn & Suites Danville, IL, Danville, 23 miles away
Sleep Inn & Suites, Danville, 23 miles away
 Ski Areas Near Riley Lake:
Four Lakes, Illinois, 98 miles away
      100 foot drop, 7 lifts, 7 runs
 Whitewater Near Riley Lake:
Big Shawnee Creek, Fountain County, 3 miles away
      Class II - 2.9 miles long (Highway 41 to 70 W Road)
Big Pine Creek, Warren County, 8 miles away
      Class II+(III) - 6.7 miles long (Rainsville to Twin Bridges)
Mud Pine Creek, Warren County, 10 miles away
      Class I-II(III) - 2.1 miles long (Briscoe Road to Big Pine Creek)

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