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Wabash Heritage Trail

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Wabash Heritage Trail

Unique wildlife observation and unparalleled views can be found along this approximately 18 mile scenic trailway along Burnett Creek and the Wabash River. The northern trailhead begins at Tippecanoe Battlefield in Battle Ground and meanders along Burnett Creek to the Wabash River. It passes along the cities of Lafayette and West Lafayette and ends at Fort Ouiatenon. Trail maps and conditions are available at the Wah-ba-shik-a Nature Center, Tippecanoe Battlefield Park. No horses, bikes or motorized vehicles on the footpath in the rural sections of the trail. Bicycles are permitted on the 5.5 miles of paved trail in Lafayette and West Lafayette. Camping is prohibited along the trail. Offers excellent scenic views year round.

Contact Information

Wabash Heritage Trail
200 Battle Ground Avenue
Battle Ground, IN 47920

See On Map

765-447-9999

Things To Do

  • hiking
  • bird watching
  • fall foliage

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