400 West Eagle Station

Eagle Station is the site to stop and rest while enjoying the Pennsy Trails. Many volunteers helped to restore this site to enhance the natural habitat. The outdoor classroom was constructed in 2021 by Ben Palmer for his Eagle Scout project.
This site is open to the public and can be reserved for students working on Life Sciences and scouts working on Environmental Sciences badges. 
There are 5 educational signs with activities to encourage outdoor learning geared towards primary, middle, and high school age. The signs were developed for students, scouts, adults, and families. 

5 Sign include:

  • American Bald Eagle
  • A full size American Bald Eagle
  • Wildlife Habitat
  • Habitat Restoration
  • Sugar Creek Watershed
Located at 424 South 400 West Greenfield IN 46140
Contact us at PennsyTrails@gmail.com to reserve this site for your group, offered free on a first come basis. This site is handicap accessible and has parking for a school bus. 


Sugar Creek

Sugar Creek, near New Palestine, Indiana. Sugar Creek is part of a long-term USGS stream monitoring project, and was one of 72 U.S. streams and rivers investigated for pesticide occurrence. On average, 26 pesticides were detected in samples collected from Sugar Creek during 2013–17; 16 of the 122 samples collected at this site had a Pesticide Toxicity Index score that predicted potential chronic toxicity to benthic invertebrates. Access the study here.

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