Jackson Creek Trail is a 1.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Nashville, Indiana that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.
Jackson Creek Trail - 1.5 miles Self-guiding interpretive trail. Traverses a variety of terrain and forest types. Trail begins 3/4 mile north of the Forest Office. Interpretive, easy trail with 23 stations to stop at along the way. This is a small loop trail off of the Lake Trail at the northern tip of Yellowwood Lake.
I usually hike it twice. Easy way to get in 3 miles. Pretty even terrain and low traffic. I love this trail for a quick fix.
Nice trail through beautiful forest, over a bridge and along a nice ridge. Then it comes back down around the creek towards the end. Very nice trail with the exception of the muddy beginning and end due to their close proximity to the northern edge of the lake/marsh. Really great trail!!
Nice easy trail that with a small section that's part of the Lake Trail and part of the Tecumseh Trail. Numbered posts along the trail point out notable features along the way. The trailhead has the info packets for the trail or it can be found on the website.