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The Indian Creek Trail is actually a series of interconnected trails stretching between between the YMCA and the Hayswood Nature Reserve, near Corydon in Harrisburg County. From the YMCA of Harrison County and winds down to Old Bridge Road; from there signage points you down the road to the Lucas Oil Rail line. The trail travels alongside the active railroad for about 500 ft, under SR 337/ Old Highway 135 before veering off and following the curves of the stream. Two bridges follow, the latter of which leads into the Hayswood Nature Reserve, which serves as the second trailhead.
The Indian Creek Trail is flat and paved, with steep gravel spurs around the midpoint of the trail. The trail is 6-feet wide on average and is open to cyclists and pedestrians, including wheelchair users. Dogs are allowed but must remain leashed.
Parking is available at either end of the trail:
Seasonal restrooms can be found at both trailheads.
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