After having a picnic at the Tippecanoe Battlegrounds, and then looking at the Tippecanoe Monument, I then saw a trail to go on. Now I've been to this Tippecanoe park before, but I've never been on the trails. They really are quite nice too. I mean really nice. When you first go on the trail you walk down concrete stairs (that have a railing!) through the trees which opens to an area that has picnic tables, some of which are even in a covered building. You can even see a little bit of the river through the trees. The trail then goes across the river in a bridge that is fifteen feet above the ground. This bridge has rails on either side and instead of being a swinging kind, its very well made, structurally. I didn't have any fears while being on it.
The water really wasn't that pretty, but I guess it can't be helped. On the other side of the bridge the bath continued. There were a few that split off into the woods but they were just mowed down grass so I stayed on the main way. There were a few mulberry trees along the way and the berries were smashed on the path. I also saw a few benches that people had donated as a memorial.As I got to the river, the walking became a little harder because the whole path was sand. Shortly after getting to the sand I decided to head back because Heritage Trail doesn't loop.