Monday, June 13, 2016

Whitewater Canal Scenic Byway

The Whitewater Canal Scenic Byway
Whitewater Canal - Metamora, Indiana
Whitewater Canal - Metamora, Indiana

19097 US 52
Metamora, IN
765-647-2541

The Byway  has five different loops. The loops may be followed individually or joined together for one longer tour. The five loops include: 

Canal Route
The Canal Route goes from Hagerstown to Lawrenceburg, following the historic Whitewater Canal, along the west fork of the Whitewater River.

18 West 10th Street
P.O. Box 97
Brookville, IN 47012
info@franklincountyin.com

East Fork Loop
This loop follows along the east fork of the Whitewater River


Whitewater Canal/Whitewater Valley Railroad - Metamora Trail - Metamora, Indiana
Oldenburg-Batesville Loop
Oldenburg, Indiana - "City of Spires" - Franklin County, Indiana

This loop visits Oldenburg in Franklin County and Batesville in Ripley County.


Dearborn-Ripley Loop - Whitewater Canal Scenic Byway
View From Veraestau Historic Site - Aurora, Indiana
View From Veraestau Historic Site - Aurora, Indiana
The Ripley County/Dearborn County loop visits several historic sites in Ripley and Dearborn Counties. The tour includes Sunman, Milan in Ripley County; Lawenceburg, Aurora and Greendale in Dearborn County. Visitors may tour Veraestau Historic site as part of this scenic, informative tour.

 For more information on Dearborn/Ripley Counties, contact:
320 Walnut Street
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025
812-537-0814
800-322-8198
dearborn@visitsoutheastindiana.com

PO Box 21
220 East US 50
Versailles, IN 47042
812-689-7431
888-747-5394

Presidential Pathways Scenic Byway

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Historic Michigan Road Corridor
Whitewater Valley Gateway Park
The gateway to the valley
19067 US Highway 52
Metamora, Indiana 47030
The complete tour crosses nine counties, including:
Dearborn
Fayette
Franklin 
Jefferson
Ohio
Ripley
Switzerland
Union
Wayne
Maps are available online at the website, at area visitor's centers and at the Pavilion.

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