I recently took my kids down to the Vandalia Trail between Amo and Coatesville to check it out for a Visit Hendricks County blog post, and it was an experience worth sharing with the Villagers of They're Our Kids. What follows is the first couple paragraphs of my VHC post, along with a link to the rest of it on their website.
Bikers, hikers, walkers and equestrians: if you haven’t yet experienced the Vandalia Trail — or if you haven’t experienced it in awhile — it’s time to visit Hendricks County and see all the improvements made to the three-mile stretch between the towns of Amo and Coatesville, Ind.
The Vandalia Trail is built along the east-west line of the former Vandalia Railroad and currently sports 12.3 miles of continuous trail for hikers and bikers between Greencastle and Amo. The three miles of rustic rail-trail between Coatesville and Amo offer an additional parallel trail for equestrians.
Click here to read the rest of my blog post on Visit Hendricks County.
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