Wabash and Earie Canal Park

1030 N Washington St., Delphi, Indiana

765-564-2870

Take a ride back in history at Wabash & Erie Canal Park in Delphi, Indiana. You’ll catch a unique glimpse of life in the era when our young nation’s waterways were developed to improve the transportation system and help bring us together. At that time, canal boats carried people and goods across the country more swiftly than they’d been able to travel before. Enjoy a 40-minute floating trip on The Delphi, a replica 19th century canal boat. Tour guides share adventures and stories of everyday life as it was 150 years ago on the Wabash & Erie Canal.

Discover the Pioneer Village complete with a log school house, loom house, blacksmith shop, broom-maker’s shop, and original homesteads with period furnishings. Stroll down trails and roads in Canal Park that were once the towpath traversed by mules and horses pulling canal boats. Those and other trails running through the Park are part of historic Delphi’s 10 mile trail system, perfect for hiking, biking, bird-watching and even cross-country skiing. And if you need a peaceful getaway, you can take advantage of RV and tent camping or stay in the rustic Airbnb cabins. Located 18 miles (approximately 20 minutes) northeast of the Lafayette area.

Wabash & Erie Canal Upcoming Events

INformation Center

 

1030 N Washington St., Delphi, IN 46923

765-564-2870

info@canalcenter.org 

Wabashanderiecanal.org

Wabash and Erie Canal Park’s entrance is a little over a half-mile north of downtown Delphi.  You can reach the park by heading north on Washington Street from the Carroll County Courthouse or you can reach us via 9th Street of US 421.

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