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Running along a former rail corridor, the Honey Creek Trail connects three of Middletown’s parks, including Dietrich Park, and passes through the community of Honey Creek in the Fall Creek Township. Almost entirely off-road, this trail provides increased connections between local communities and additional opportunities for alternative modes for both recreation and commuting. Moving through the fields and forests of the Indiana landscape, it's possible to see far in the distance under the wide open sky.
Heading southeast from its northern trailhead on Mechanicsburg Road, the smooth paved trail stays flat as it travels through Middletown to County Rd 600W. There is a brief on-road segment (.65 miles) that runs south to Country Rd 700N, where the off-road portion of the trail picks up again. Continuing southeast of Honey Creek, the trail ends at Country Road 600N. The trail is currently 5.27 miles of asphalt, which includes a .65-mile on-road segment.
Parking is available behind the Middletown utilities building at 653 Locust Street and on North Spruce Drive (near the old grain elevator) in Honey Creek Township.
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