Trailhead Park is located south of Delphi on State Highway 25, adjacent to Deer Creek. The area includes a picnic shelter and tables, grills, and water as well as access to fishing and canoeing. A suspension bridge connects the park with the Delphi Historic Trails system.
This site originally provided the material for the causeway that supports State Highway 25 above the flood plain. Purchase, design, construction, and rehabilitation of the grounds were made possible by a 1990 Wabash River Heritage Fund Grant.
In 1994, a circular drive and restroom building were completed, along with a pedestrian suspension bridge which connects the Robbins and VanScoy Trails to the entire Delphi Historic Trail system. See the Historic Trails Map for a complete view and description of the ten miles of trails.