Location: The Pe-Che-Wah Access Site
is located by the State Road 213 bridge over Wildcat Creek,
about 1.5 miles south of Greentown (US 35) and 2.5 miles
north of SR 26. Creek access is downstream (west) of the
bridge on the right (north) bank. A gravel lane north
of the bridge leads to the access site and parking area.
Parking: There is a paved parking lot
for 5-10 vehicles, though there is little shade.
Path to River: From the south end of
the parking lot it is a moderate 15-20 foot dirt slope
to the river.
River Access: There is room to load/unload
about 4-5 boats at a time. It is a decent place to linger
while dealing with boats or shuttling of vehicles.
This access site does have a trash can. Hiking/mountain
biking trails also leave from the parking area. This access
site is managed by the Kokomo/Howard County Park &
There is also a picnic area located across the creek
(south of the bridge) on the SW corner of the road and
the river (downstream of the bridge on the left bank).
path to the river