Wabashiki Fish & Wildlife Area is an area preserved by both the Vigo County Parks Department and the Indiana State Department of Natural Resources. The Wabashiki Trail is a 7-mile long trail that explores the property, including a picturesque portion that follows the west bank of the Wabash River. The trail surrounds the east, south, and part of the west sides of West Terre Haute. A branch departs the southwest corner of West Terre Haute and makes a semi-circle heading south and crossing under Interstate 70 twice before following the Wabash north.
City: West Terre Haute
Mileage: 7 miles
East Endpoint - General: Along the Wabash River, south of US 150
West Endpoint - Specific: 2774 W. National Avenue, West Terre Haute
North Endpoint - Specific: 110 East National Ave. West Terre Haute
Notable Trailhead: Wabashiki Fish and Wildlife Area
Near to US highways: US Highway 150, US Highway 41, Interstate 70
There is a sidepath that follows US Highway 150 on the south side from the road network where the Wabashiki Trail East Endpoint is located along the Wabash to West Terre Haute where the Wabashiki Trail North Endpoint is located. Utilizing this sidepath, trail users could make a complete loop.