Come join the Hoosier Hikers Council for a Third Saturday trail work day on September 18th! We’re starting a new project at the Big Walnut Nature Preserve in Putnam County. We’re going to reroute a section of the Tall Timbers Trail to highlight ravines and overlooks of Big Walnut Creek. For more information about the project, please see: https://www.
We are unable to provide lunch at this work day, but we would still appreciate it if you would let us know that you’re coming. Please RSVP to email@example.com
if you plan to attend.
Big Walnut is located north of Bainbridge in Putnam County. From Indianapolis, take I-74 west to Lizton then go south on SR 39 to W CR 500 N. Go west on W CR 500 N to SR 75, then go south on SR 75 to W CR 200 N (in Hendricks County)/E CR 900 S (in Putnam County). Continue west on this road all the way past New Maysville where it will turn north and cross Big Walnut Creek on a covered bridge and become N CR 475 E. Continue past the covered bridge and you will see the parking area on your left. From Bloomington, take SR 46 west to US 231 in Spencer. Go north on US 231 to US 36. Go east on US 36 to Bainbridge and turn north on N Washington St/N CR 200 E. Continue on this road as it curves east then north again past North Putnam High School and Middle School. Then turn east on E CR 950 N. Follow this road as it turns back south and you will see the parking lot on your right (sorry, no covered bridge for you!).
Here’s a link to a Google map showing the location of the property:
We’ll meet at 9 am on Saturday, September 18th at the Big Walnut parking lot, and we’ll work until 3 pm with a break for lunch. Please bring water, gloves, and lunch. The HHC will provide tools and training.
We hope to see you there!