Town Run Trail Park is a 6.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Indianapolis, IN that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
great trail for mountain biking. Not so great for hiking with a dog. good scenery. lots to see.
Great one way trail with about 80% bikers that you have to watch for. Other than that, it's a diverse trail with a lot of ups and downs which is harder to find in Indiana. About 4 miles if you turn around at the bridge like we did.
Great family trail. My wife and I ride this trail together frequently. For every jump that piques my interest, there is an alternate path that she is more comfortable taking.
Great trail to run. Just don't have headphones in because bikers come quickly and you have to be ready to jump on the side. The trail is narrow so if in company you have to walk behind each other.
kid friendly and fun, not bad for being so close
This a fun route. Relatively flat with a number of short steep hills. Mountain bike trails are fun to run on because they twist and turn so much. Also fun to be in the woods but still in the city.
Great for someone wanting to learn but also push themselves - not your run of the mill easy beginner trail.
Lots of bikes, but nice trails. need some clearings for walkers so bikes can pass easier.
Too many people trying to tell you you can't ride
You take the time to go and then the clubs try to tell you can't ride
I ride anyway and always go the direction you normally go !!!
Sorry but I pay taxes to and have a right to ride
They rune it for everybody
Loud street noise, but it fades after getting deeper in. Lots of wildlife. Very peaceful. Clean, well-kept trails. Not crowded.
Easy trail, loud near the highways, but a good amount of wildlife. Trail is kept very clean and in good shape.
Great for cardio
Flowy, fun, relaxing
Nice biking Trail as long as you don't mind Traffic.
This trail, while mainly for bikers, is also welcome to walkers. But yeah, more for bikers. I started the trail late in the day, and that was a big mistake. But it is beautiful!
20 feet in and I see a 3 inch thick SNAKE. B
ut other than that it was a goo trail.