Two RV Gypsies: Full-Time RVers
PAGE 3 of 3 - Trailhead Park in Carroll County, Indiana
Part of the Delphi Historic Trail
Trailhead Park is located south of Delphi on State Highway 25, adjacent to Deer Creek. The area includes a picnic shelter and tables, grills, and water as well as access to fishing and canoeing. A suspension bridge connects the park with the Delphi Historic Trails system.

This site originally provided the material for the causeway that supports State Highway 25 above the flood plain. Purchase, design, construction, and rehabilitation of the grounds were made possible by a 1990 Wabash River Heritage Fund Grant.

Karen Duquette on the Suspension Bridge
Karen Duquette on the Suspension Bridge
One feature of Trailhead Park is the suspension bridge over Deer Creek with a view of Deer Creek from each side of the suspension bridge
View of Deer Creek
View of Deer Creek
The Suspension bridge as seen from below -with Karen Duquette on the bridge
Karen Duquette on the bridge
Karen Duquette on the bridge
Below: The fourth bridge at the site, the most recent dating from 2003 when devastating floods carried away the bridge and several neighborhoods in Delphi.
Karen Duquette on the bridge
The suspension bridge
The two RV Gypsies exiting on the other side of the suspension bridge
Karen Duquette on the stairs of the bridge
Lee Duquette exiting the suspension bridge
the suspension bridge
Once across the creek, the two RV Gypsies turned left and travelled along Deer Creek on the VanScoy Towpath Trail to the junction where Deer Creek meets the Wabash; also known as Sunset Point.
all three waterways meet
Sunset Point
Karen Duquette relaxing at Sunset Point.
Karen Duquette relaxing at Sunset Point.
You may visit each of these 3 places in any order you choose.
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Wabash and Erie Canal
(Delphi Historic Trail and a stone arch
and the 1873 Paint Creek Bridge and the Suspension Bridge
)
Monticello, Indiana
Wolf Park, Battle Ground, Indiana

go to the next adventure of the two RV GypsiesAFTER you have viewed all of the above places, please continue on to Michigan and Warren Dunes State Park