1866 E Baumbauer Road, Lagro
5821 Mater Road, Lagro
The Acres Landtrust property features bluffs along the Salamonie River as well as streams tumbling down waterfalls into the river. Dog-friendly hiking trails and a great spot to photograph eagles and local wildlife.
1541 E 300 N, Wabash
This 15 acre Acres Land Trust property provides a great example of an oak/hickory forest being converted into a beech/maple forest. Trail length: 0.6 mi Difficulty: Easy
1004 S Salamonie Dam Road, Lagro
Includes 9 beautiful hiking trails ranging from .4 miles to 13 miles. The 3 Falls Trail provides hikers with a scenic view of waterfalls & rock overhangs. Horse trails are also available.
7496 W State Road 124, Wabash
Deep ravines divide beech/maple& oak/hickory forests on narrow ridge tops. This Acres Land Trust property has over 300 species of woody and herbaceous plants and 140 species of birds have been observed.
Trail starts at Paradise Spring Historical Park
Enjoy the natural beauty of the Wabash River and the historic architecture of Wabash while cycling/walking/jogging the Wabash City Trail network.
5613 E Mississinewa Dam Road, Peru
Many trails available year round featuring levels ranging from easy to rugged. Enjoy beautiful wildflowers, ponds, and extensive wildlife on the 14,386-acre property.
477 Vermont Street, Wabash
The Wabash City Park boasts this gorgeous Waterfall that rushes over layers of chiseled rock.
551 N Miami Street, Wabash
Although this is a man-made waterfall it is a beautiful waterfall tucked in a beautiful garden. A gorgeous photo op, or special spot, have a seat and take a few deep breaths to the sound of rushing water, this spot is a must-see.
5825 E 50 S, Lagro
Hike the 1.5-mile looped trail back to this amazing waterfall. This waterfall is not a very well-known waterfall but it is formed by a stream falling over the drop-off from a cut-out in a rock formation. The view is incredible year-round.
3121 S Old State Rd 15, Wabash
This beautiful waterfall cascades down a gorge of limestone. It can be found along Treaty Creek and is easily accessible through Matlock Cemetery.