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Discover how this 1840’s feat of engineering changed Indiana from a pioneer outpost to the “Crossroads of America." Whitewater Canal State Historic Site 19083 Clayborn St. They were located near rivers and natural waterways which provided necessary water.
Metamora, IN 47030 P: 765.647.6512 F: 765.647.2734 E: [email protected] Holidays: Whitewater Canal is closed on New Year's Day (Jan. Draft animals pulled long, narrow boats by a rope next to the canal on a towpath.
Although canal travel was painfully slow, this method was much better than wagons for large, heavy loads.
The Whitewater Canal started in Lawrenceburg and originally ended at Cambridge City, on the Old National Road.
The State of Indiana assumed management of a 14-mile section of the Whitewater Canal in 1946 and operates a horse-drawn canal boat and the Metamora Grist Mill.
Visitors can also take a leisurely 25-minute cruise on the Ben Franklin III.
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Early canals were hand-dug waterways meant to bring goods and people inland.