Heading east from IN37 roundabout at Strawtown, go east on Strawtown Pike which follows the White River to IN13.
This is a country road following the White River that twists and turns in the farmland. The river is to the north and is really visible only at the beginning in Strawtown. Locally it's known for a short run, but now you can all know!
The river valley has moderate hills, yet some are blind. There are sweeping curves and even a one lane bridge as it winds through the country side. No big twisties, but it can still keep your adrenaline going. There are twists and turns and hills.
About a mile west of Strawtown is a campground, a day use horse trails, and a local recreation area with a lake. Four miles west is Cicero and the Morse reservoir. There are some restaurants on the reservoir and in the town. Continuing east on the county road once it jogs at IN13, you could go on into downtown Anderson, but the casinos and most restaurants are further south near the interstate.