White Lick Creek Trail Homes for Sale
White Lick Creek Trail crosses or parallels some beautiful waterways, invluding its namesake. It also crosses the old electric rail line of the Terre Haute Indianapolis and Eastern, and evidence of that are visible from the trail. The trail passes through many city parks, complete with gazebos, picnic tables, and waterfalls.
The Plainfield Pedestrian Bridge is a suspension style bridge located just north of the Al & Jan Barker Athletic Complex, where White Lick Creek intersects with U.S. 40. The bridge sits at the White Lick Creek trail head.
White Lick Trail forms a north-south corridor that stretches 3.5 miles in length, along the White Lick Creek corridor from the Recreation and Aquatic Center to the Friendship Gardens park.
The trail features a wide, smoothly paved surface, perfect for biking, walking, jogging, etc. A pedestrian tunnel under the Historic National Road, Highway 40.
The trail continues along Center Street and Hummel Park to south of Hadley Road. Locals like to venture into White Lick Creek for fishing and fun.
The paved trail becomes narrower at points, and is shaded by mature trees at for portions of the trail.