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Historic Forks of the Wabash


Historic Forks of the Wabash
3010 W. Park Dr.
Huntington, IN

Located off US 24 (north of road), just west of SR 9.

While you can drive down closer to the river for access, it is a hand-carry site, with a carry of about 50 feet.

From the river, this access site is located on the right bank, a short distance downstream of the SR 9 bridge.

This access site also has a cultural history museum, historic sites, and a picnic pavilion.



A few pictures of Hanging Rock...

The confluence of Salamonie and Wabash Rivers near Lagro...

Looking upstream at the Salamonie River while passing by...

Approaching Wabash, Indiana...

You can tie off under this bridge (SR 13/SR 15) on the right bank and walk up for food, fuel and supplies.



Important: The river is constantly changing. Hazards like log jams and tree falls will come and go often, so always be ready for them. Even islands and riverbends come and go over time. Riffles and sandbars will appear and disappear based on water flow levels. Do not attempt boating on this or any river during high water. Please be safe, respectful and responsible on the river.
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