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Indian Creek Trail is a 1.66 mile trail that  follows Indian Creek through Corydon; starting at the YMCA, running through Tyson Field and along Lucas Oil Rail Lines, travels under state roads 337 and 62, crossing Indian Creek twice and ending up in Hayswood Nature Reserve.  Indian Creek Trail offers trail users a good way to exercise and navigate points of interest on the west side of Corydon.



County: Harrison

City: Corydon

Mileage: 1.66

North Endpoint - Specific: YMCA

South Endpoint - Specific: Hayswood Nature Reserve

Notable Trailheads: YMCA, Tyson Field, Hayswood Nature Reserve

Near to US highways: Interstate 64



Type of Trail: Rail with Trail, River Trail

Surface: paved

Uses allowed: walking, biking, running, rollerblading

Wheelchairs allowed: yes

Which uses NOT allowed: Motorized

Attractive Features: Follows railroad, crosses Indian Creek, limestone bluffs, Hayswood Nature Reserve, historic sites



Harrison County Parks

245 Atwood Street, Suite 120

Corydon, IN  47112


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The Industrial Heritage Trail is a local rail-with-trail that links together historic industrial sites in Kokomo's history and is currently 5.88 miles in length.  Along the trail, leaders of industry are and were once located.  The trail runs south just past Lincoln Road and north through Downtown Kokomo and connects to the Nickel Plate Trail.  It intersects the Wildcat Creek Walk of Excellence just south of Superior Street.

The Kokomo Rubber Company, located near the intersection of Main and Markland produced the first pneumatic rubber tire in the United States.  Traveling south, the Haynes Automobile Company introduced America to the automobile.  Currently, Chrysler and Kokomo Opalescent Glass are located near the trail.  The trail has historic information markers near areas of significance.  In addition to learning more about the City of Firsts, there are also resting spaces along the trail.  One is near a piece of public art close to Kokomo Opalescent Glass.