Peter’s Mill Landing

Peter’s Mill is an access point to the Wildcat Creek; the final access point before the Wabash River, in fact. The site sits just downstream of Peters Mill Bridge off of Eisenhower Court and across Clegg Memorial Garden.

 


Activities

  • Fishing
  • No Trails
  • Paddling


History of Acquisition and Property

NICHES acquired Peter's Mill Landing when NICHES merged with the Wildcat Creek Foundation.

The land serves as an access point for paddlers and lovers of Wildcat Creek.



How to Get There

From I-65, exit at State Route 25 North; turn right on CR 300 N; turn right on CR 400 E; at the stop sign turn right on Eisenhower Road; cross the bridge and immediately turn right, Peters Mill Landing is on the right.

From Wildcat Park, turn left onto Eisenhower Road; turn left at the stop sign and turn right immediately after crossing the bridge; the entrance will be on your right.



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Seasonal Features

October colors at Clegg Memorial Garden across from Peter's Mill Landing are outstanding


Noteworthy Information

Peter's Mill Landing is the last access point of the state scenic and recreational portion of Wildcat Creek


Parking

Gravel lot, Put-in / take-out area


Number of Acres

17