Hike at Eagle Creek Beach
Indiana › Eagle Creek Beach
Added by Zackary Mason
Eagle Creek Beach has everything to suit anyone's adventure needs. They have beaches, lakes, outlooks over the lakes, wildlife, forests, windy roads covered with pine trees, and much more. If you are located in the Indianapolis area and are looking for a fun place to go then Eagle Creek is your answer!
As you pass through the entrance of Eagle Creek, you will drive through windy roads surrounded in pine trees. There are signs telling you where everything is located. There are lots of different places to park depending on what you wanna do.
If you like hiking, take a trip to Eagle Creek. They have a great variety of trails. Some between 1-2 miles, and other up to 6 miles. As seen in the picture above, you can hike a trail the goes right in between two large lakes! Kayaking at Eagle Creek is a great experience. Being out on the kayak allows you to see amazing views of the lake and the large forests themselves. If you are a photographer, try it out! Eagle Creek is known for Red-Tail Hawks, and Bald Eagles. The picture above is a Red-Tail Hawk. Eagle Creek is for all age groups. It's a great place to take family, and friends. Once you go once, you will wanna go again!
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