Membership Levels:
$25   STEERSMAN- Individual
$50   CREW- Family
$100 CAPTAIN- Business or Sustaining
Other Gift Amount
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Memberships are good for 1 year.

PO Box 126, Brookville, IN 47012

Contact Us :  Whitewater Canal Trail/ ​P.O. Box 126, ​Brookville, IN 47012/ 513-295-4820/

 Copyright: 2015   


Become a member! Your financial partnership helps build and maintain a unique greenway with important historical significance. By supporting the Whitewater Canal Trail with your gifts, you create a rich community resource for everyone to enjoy.  By becoming a member of the Whitewater Canal Trail, you also are a member of the Whitewater Valley Walkers! 

Please send your gifts to:

P.O. BOX 126

Recent support has allowed the WCT to accomplish the following:

  • Complete the viewing station at Lock 21 and the spur trail leading to it from Yellow Bank Trailhead parking lot
  • Celebrate Earth Day with various activities along the Trail
  • Billy Jean Jobe Trail is partially open-Trailhead starts at 7th Street in Brookville
  • The Parcourse along the Metamora trail has been completed
  • The development of the trail from the Metamora to the Laurel Feeder Dam is underway

Continued support will allow us to work toward the following:

  • Our dream of completing the trail between Brookville and Metamora, which is closer than ever to becoming a reality! The Department of Natural Resources is working diligently to finalize the boundaries along the canal so we can move forward with construction of the trail. 
  • Additional improvements at Yellow Bank Lock to enhance the visitor experience
  • An even bigger Earth Day event
  • Upgrades to several segments of the Trail to meet the needs of trail users
  • Events like the Towpath 10K and the Volksmarch Walk in the Spring
  • Continued development of the trail from Metamora to the Laurel Feeder Dam

The goal of the Whitewater Canal Trail, Inc., a 501c3 non-profit corporation, is to foster activities along the Whitewater Canal corridor that focus on historical preservation and interpretation, outdoor recreation and natural resource conservation while promoting sustainable development and improved quality of life in connected communities.