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Salamonie Lake Interpretive Center: Salamonie Lake First Day Hike

Salamonie Lake First Day Hike, Jan. 1 Start the New Year off right with fresh air and renewed senses, along with Upper Wabash Interpretive Services’ staff for a First Day Hike on Jan. 1 at 10:30 a.m. at Salamonie Lake. Meet at the interpretive center for a one-hour stroll through the woods along the moderate…

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ACRES National Take-A-Hike-Day: Swift Grand Tour

Join ACRES volunteers Janelle and Larry as you swiftly hike around Huntington, Wabash, and Miami County! Fuel up your vehicle and join in this fast-walking six-mile grand tour with built-in breaks as you are caravaning from preserve to preserve. Restrooms available at Asherwood. Concludes with sunset views of the Seven Pillars of the Mississinewa Landmark.…

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5 Spots for Nature Enthusiasts in Wabash County

Spring has sprung (cliché I know)! It’s time to turn off the Game of Thrones marathon and bust out our hiking boots. Wabash County has an abundance of public trails to explore whether you like a nice leisurely stroll or a more challenging climb there’s a trail calling your name. Asherwood {7496 W. SR 124,…

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Fall Experiences

Are you a fall fanatic? If the thought of sweatshirts, cider, pumpkins, and chili get you excited, then you’ve landed in the right place! Get Ready: this is fall in Wabash County. CHILI COOK OFF Paradise Spring Historical Park Must attend event! Largest chili cook off east of the Mississippi river (literally)! $5 admission to…

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