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Whitewater Canal State Historic Site [IN]

The Whitewater Canal State Historic Site preserves one of the remaining canals in Indiana. The site consists of the canal, which is still navigable, and a grist mill. Both are open to visitors during the summer months.

The Canal offers boat rides, tours of the grist mill, carriage rides, tours for school groups, in-class standards-based outreach programs, and educational materials available for checkout. The website offers visitor information, a calendar of events, and a brief history of the website.

 
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