Located in Indiana, Trail Creek is the forth closest designated trout stream to Chicago in Indiana. Trail Creek has a good fall run of King Salmon and Steelhead. It also has a nice summer run of Skamania Steelhead. This creek is characterized by moderate to slow water flow and is contingent on rainfall for adequate water levels/flows.
Trail Creek has six public fishing sites, only one is handicap accessible. These include the access site adjacent to the DNR building; Robert Peo Public Access (located on Liberty Trail); U.S. 35; Trail Creek Forks (U.S. 20); Johnson Road and Creek Ridge Park. Creek Ridge Park (located 5 miles east of U.S. 421 on County Road 400 in Michigan City) is a LaPorte County park that is handicap accessible (Northwest Indiana Steelheaders organization built a handicap-accessible ramp at this park).
Submerged timber, stumps, brush.