Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Madison, Indiana-- "Prettiest Small Town in the Midwest"-- Part 2

Several Trails and routes pass through the Madison.

One is US Highway 421 which starts by Lake Erie in Michigan City, Indiana, runs through the center of the state, then through Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and ends up at the Atlantic Ocean near Wilmington, North Carolina, a total of 940 miles.


INDIANA WINE TRAIL-- 6 wineries in southeast Indiana.

UNDERGROUND DRIVING TOUR-- Being on the Ohio River, a lot of the Underground Railroad went through Madison.

JOHN HUNT MORGAN HERITAGE TRAIL-- the 185 mile trail follows the path taken by Confederate raider John Hunt Morgan's 2000 men.

OHIO RIVER SCENIC ROUTE-- Beautiful river scenery, especially at the riverfront park and the US-421 bridge.

Lots More to Do in Madison. --RoadDog

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