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Great trail! Gets a little confusing where some of them cross. The Fire Tower (not a part of this trail but in the park) has amazing an amazing view. Not for anyone afraid of heights! We plan on going back.

An excellent trail for those adventurers seeking a bit of a challenge with excellent scenery.

3 days ago

Perfect trail end with an excellent view of Lake Michigan. Bring your lunch, there is a nice shaded spot!

I find reviews here confusing. The Clear Creek Trail (paved) and the Rail Trail (unpaved) are not the same thing, though they intersect. And neither is anywhere near Bryan Park!

Great hike, kind of short. Parking is incredibly limited so get there early! We loved wading in the creek when the water wasn’t too deep!

I walk my dog here frequently. Nice loop and scenery around water. A lot of places to stop and give my dog water at a bench or table, a few trash cans along the way for tossing his waste so I’m not carrying it the whole time. Sometimes I wish it was longer but I just loop around 2-3 times.

5 days ago

Fun hike

5 days ago

All of Turkey Run is great, but trail 3 is my family’s favorite. You may get your feet wet, but it’s so worth it. You climb lots of stairs and a couple ladders, and you have to duck-walk through a canyon at one point. It’s challenging and beautiful. Love the waterfalls and canyons.

Trail consists of two loops, Shawnee and Lenape. Colorful prairie plantings, farm fields reverting to nature, birds such as prairie warblers. Tangeman Woods is across St. Rd 46 from property.

5 days ago

Favorite park in the area! Great for a quick hike with the kids, easy for my 4 year old but also fun for adults. Walking from the ruins to the river is the best part for kids. Also a fun playground on site.

trail running
5 days ago

trail was in good condition overall. bikers beware lots of trees (8-10) covering the trail. 5/19/18

5 days ago

Love the hiking here!

5 days ago

Lost of horse poop. Decent camping spots once you hit the lake.

The canyons were amazing! We had a lovely hike!

Great trail. Especially the quarry trail

Loved this trail!

Nice hike downhill and down stairs from the nature center towards the lake loop and back.

7 days ago

Short trek to reach the beach. Nice mix of woods and the sandy dunes.

8 days ago

Western portion of trail is overgrown, making it difficult to follow trail in spots. Muddy portions of trail is due to rain runoff on hilly portion of trail. There are several small streams that cross trail. Have to wade across Templeton Creek. There are concrete pillars in place for crossing creek. Several of them have been washed away. Your feet will get wet. Spotted various type of wildlife, frogs, turtles, rabbits and of course squirrels. There is also a nice stand of pine trees that give the trail a kind of magical feeling.

This was a nice trail. Black topped path with nice greenery surrounding path. Some areas of the water were a bit foul smelling. The area just past the cafe was along a busy road but if you wanted to shorten the trail you could bypass that part and go across the covered bridge. all in all a nice walk.

Central Indiana Land Trust property. This preserve is a large hardwood forest block important to migratory birds and nesting songbirds. The topography is rugged with steep slopes. The property contains examples of oak woodlands on ridges and slopes as well as bottomland hardwood forests in creek valleys.

12 days ago

Mother’s Day weekend hike! Great time! Few suggestions- we had intentions of hiking it counter clockwise after reading the reviews - but if you park at the main Trailhead- you can only hike clockwise- for an overnight trip- if you go clockwise the second day is mostly uphill which stunk! But we had a great camp site on the edge of Indian Lake- and the traffic was very low! Will do this one again - and will park past the trailhead on the road and use a connector trail to go counter clockwise!

My brother and I hiked this trail a few different times. Easy hiking and beautiful landscape. The campsites along the lake near the end of the peninsula are absolutely flawless with phenomenal views!

trail running
13 days ago

Great trails. Well maintained. The bridges, wooden stairs, and decking were in good repair. Portions of the trail were muddy even on a dry day so be prepared. The scenery is beautiful.

One issue I had with the park was that trail signs are inconsistent. They will provide info for hikers going in one direction but not the reverse.

Now as for Alltrails map, there is a problem with the route. It seems recent improvements and restrictions make the loop as drawn impossible. On the east side of the loop the trail route shows the trail crossing a creek (it's about 1/3 of the way down the east side). The park has put up fencing and signs to prohibit hikers from crossing because it is right above a really precipitous waterfall. The fencing isn't too prohibitive and the trail is still visible with stepping stone across the water. If you obey the signs, you'd have to follow the road, which would add significantly to the distance.

The only thing that makes this hike moderate is the elevation change as the trails are well maintained. I jogged when I could and with some side trails and taking pics, I did this 5 mile loop in 6.3 miles and 1.75 hours.

Nice variety of scenery. Trails well marked and interconnected.

Bonneyville Mill has bike trails as well as the main 1.0 mile trail that is shown on this App. The highlights of the location include a 3 story lookout and two small waterfalls. The area has always felt safe to me and the area is really quite lovely. I edged up hiking about 2.8 miles and only ran into one other person who was jogging the trails while I was there. There are several bathroom facilities on the park grounds and more than ample parking. This is a very pretty place to enjoy the outdoors.

on Trail #10

15 days ago

Mostly gravel & rock ,very flat, a ok stroll through the woods ,, nothing to see until preserve. Which is worth seeing.. I would say ten is wheelchair accessible until preserve, for those who may want an outdoor adventure ..

For a short and simple hike, it was relaxing and had some good views.

Excellent trail for a quick overnighter, or for beginners .. The campsites were excellent , having the means of firewood, water and facilities right at camp is nice .Short walk to sugar creek ,.. My real only complaint is that the trail is so peppered with signage,..Prob, close to 50 signs on a 2.5 mile stretch.. Two dozen were completely not needed and takes away the feeling of "being out there" .. But , all in all , very nice. Would recommend .

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