Mann Hill at Southwestway Park

Geologic formation left behind by glaciers

Geology buffs will find some of the most outstanding geological features in central Indiana in Southwestway Park. Formed during the last glacial period and undeveloped since, Mann Hill is a kame, or a large mound of sand and gravel outwash that was deposited at the edge of retreating glaciers. A 3-acre gaminoid fen wetland can also be found at the park.

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