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Address: Michigan City, IN

This tributary is a great place for fishing.

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2 year resident and loving it, sad to be moving this beautiful area

My husband, son and I have been renting a house in Trail Creek, IN for 2 years and we have absolutely loved it here. Great views, lots of things to do, close to shopping, the... read more

Reviewed 22 February 2017
Ashley H
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Reviewed 22 February 2017

My husband, son and I have been renting a house in Trail Creek, IN for 2 years and we have absolutely loved it here. Great views, lots of things to do, close to shopping, the beach and parks.

Thank Ashley H
Indianapolis, Indiana
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Reviewed 15 January 2016

Great family location, water park, zoo, beach, marina, and walking distance to Outlet Mall! You can grill in the park for a picnic. Also a outdoor concert location in the park. Art Museum and cool restaurants close by within walking distance. Its ALL here.

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Reviewed 28 September 2015

Went to a wedding here and it was beautiful!!! A gorgeous setting outside, and that is where the ceremony took place. Would definitely recommend it!

Thank Suzette M
Michigan City, Indiana
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Reviewed 7 March 2014

Trail Creek has a long history. Once called Riviere du Chemin (River of Trails), it is a major tributary of Lake Michigan in Indiana and one of the few streams that have not been straightened, except for the last two miles. It has had its share of pollution and sediment problems, but has improved over the past 20 years with... More 

4 Thank Thomas A
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Reviewed 30 December 2013

Trail Creek is a small tributary to Lake Michigan. Boaters use it to travel from launches and several marinas to the big lake. Other than that, it is a migratory stream allowing anglers an opportunity to fish for the Salmon and Trout species stocked in Lake Michigan. Several locations along the Creek are designated shore fishing sites. Stream fishing is... More 

2 Thank go4sun
Chicago, Illinois
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Reviewed 9 July 2013

Trail creek is kind of a hit-or-miss fishing location. I've done so well there that I've caught my limit of 3 in an hour....... but I usually get only one.... or outright skunked in a day. This is the kind of place you have to hunt the fish down. You hunt the spots down, you have to go find the... More 

7 Thank bradb5300
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Reviewed 3 February 2003

Well thios could be a long story but we will keep it in our minds as an unforgetable journey at trail creek . fish are in there but what does it take to catch them i can see them all day long depending on the day. we throw crawlers . spoons, flys ,poppers and to no avail we watch them... More 

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