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|Designation||Fish and Wildlife Area|
|Location||Jasper and Pulaski Counties, USA|
|Nearest City||Knox, Indiana|
|Area||8,062 acres (3,262.6 ha)|
|Date of Establishment|
|Governing Body||Indiana DNR|
Jasper-Pulaski Fish and Wildlife Area is a nature preserve and recreation and hunting area near the town of Medaryville in northwestern Indiana. It occupies approximately 8,062 acres (32.63 km2) in northwestern Pulaski County, northeastern Jasper County and southwestern Starke County, and is administered by the Division of Fish and Wildlife of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.