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Take a HIKE!

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Prescription:  Take a hike!

Montgomery County offers many opportunities to get out and take in the fresh air.  Pull on those sneakers and hit the trail.

Shades State Park – several trails offered at varying skill levels.

Pine Hills Nature Park – 3.4 mile trail, enter through Shades State Park.

Sugar Creek Nature Park – 4,000 feet of trail with multiple shelters, located on the north side of Crawfordsville, off US Hwy 231.

Sugar-Creek-Trail.jpgSugar Creek Community Trail – 4.5 mile rail to trail traveling through
urban and wooded settings.

Self Guided Walking Tours – looking for the urban setting?  Look no further.  There are multiple self-guided walking tours in Downtown Crawfordsville.  Walk a little, stop for some local food andLane Place then walk a little more.  Trees of the General Lew Wallace Study & Museum, Lane Place Tree Tour, Elston Grove, Women’s History.