Lick Creek Trail
(in the middle section of Hoosier National Forest in Indiana)

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This 7.5 mile multiple-use trail through scenic hardwood forest allows hiking, mountain biking and horse riding. The trail passes through an early 19th century free African American settlement; only a family cemetery and the traces of home sites remain. To learn more about Lick Creek Settlement click here.

Parking is available at the trailhead (see detailed map) and limited parking at the gate on Grease Gravy Road. Camping is not allowed at the trailhead but is permitted in back-country areas. Please pack out your trash.

This trail operated by:
US Forest Service
Tell City Ranger District
248 15th Street
Tell City, IN 47586
Phone: 812-547-7051
Hoosier National Forest website

Since you may be sharing the trails with different types of users, please observe the following trail courtesy:
Mountain bikers yield to horse riders and hikers. (Make your approach known well in advance.)
Hikers yield to horse riders.
Horse riders: control your horse.


Outdoor Resources:
Other Information: - Indiana's Online Outdoor Recreation Guide