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Yearround. Facilities: Family cabins, campground, camp store, nature center, picnic shelters and tables, swimming beach, and boat rental (including handicapped accessible) are available. No snowmobiles are allowed. Box 908, North Liberty, IN 46554; 2196568186. Call Plymouth Chamber of Commerce for more information; 2199362323. Note that the Swamp Rose Nature Preserve has no park trail. The path crosses Potato Creek, goes up and down wooded hills, through valleys, more forests, and wetlands.
The sandy path ascends a hill, passing through pines that grow from a bed of oak leaves. Trail 8 ends at the parking lot where it began. Page 23 5— Historic Delphi • Hike the towpath beside a section of the early Wabash and Erie Canal, which still carries water. • Stroll through a town rich in history; walk past early Federal, Italianate, Queen Anne, and Gothic Revival style homes. • Follow a network of trails that cross Deer Creek on suspension bridges, and link nearly everything in town. Using the flatboats of the time, Delphi merchants could transport produce and other goods downriver, from the upper Wabash all the way to New Orleans.
Potato Creek continues to run, flowing into the lake from the southeast and out toward the northwest. The park also has expanses of prairie, and about onethird of it is covered with forest. Native prairie grasses have been planted and sections of prairie maintained by controlled burning. Other parts of the park are being allowed to return to the original hardwood forest. You can find several rare plants in the preserve, and beaver also favor the habitat. Just north of Lakeville, turn west on SR 4 and drive four miles to the entrance.