Explore the most popular wheelchair friendly trails in Indiana with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

This is a new paved trail. Wide lanes and great views.

Nice easy hike with a little pond along the way. Cant wait until it warms up some more and I can ride my new bike along here.

walking
26 days ago

A paved trail in University Park. A small Greenwood city park in the Homecoming subdivision. Nice trail if you only have a few minutes available. 3 different trails that interconnect. A portion of one is currently closed. Appears to need work on wooden walkway.

hiking
27 days ago

Easy trail to start with. Children friendly. Includes play ground area within site view of open pathway

very easy trail. Easily accessible. Children friendly.

walking
1 month ago

A paved path the wanders along White Lick Creek and thru the woods. Hummel Park is a typical city park with the usual amenities. A playground for the kids. An outdoor performing arts venue. Athletic fields and picnic shelters. There is also a sizeable sledding hill when snow is on the ground. Spotted either a hawk or a falcon perched in the underbush beside a pond, ( I'm no bird expert but I believe it was or the other).

Very nice paved trail along White River. It is only 1.5 miles from Potter's bridge to Field Drive which would make it only 3 miles out and back. Not sure how this became rated as a 6.8 mile trail. There are quite a few benches to sit and rest. There is a mile marker every 1/4 mile.

Not much hiking but a really cool country drive through some farm land and a well marked and maintained high point.

walking
2 months ago

No nature views. Trail begins across the street from the iconic home of the Indy 500. I can remember in the 70s campers parked on what is now the trail. It was a prime party spot race weekend. Trail is asphalt part of way and crushed limestone the rest.

walking
2 months ago

No nature views. Trail begins across the street from the iconic home of the Indy 500. I can remember in the 70s campers parked on what is now the trail. It was a prime party spot race weekend. Trail is asphalt part of way and crushed limestone the rest.

walking
2 months ago

Paved trail along the bank of Pleasant Run Creek. Westside Park has the usual park amenities, a dog park, playground, picnic shelters, basketball court and a softball field. Plenty of things for the kids to do.

Nice trail for a stroll. Make sure that you visit the Jasper Mill.

2 months ago

Great hiking close to Indy. Nothing rugged, flat trail, nice scenery.

A paved trail that follows the eastern bank of the White River. The covered bridge that spans the White River was opened in 1871. Parts of the trail are built on what used to be the Interurban Rail Line. The trail is dotted with several old sycamore trees.

walking
3 months ago

A paved trail. Ideal for the nature lover that has mobility difficulties.

Awesome set up for the high Point with the rock monument, mailbox register, bench and the info/picture on the card stock.

I love this hike. Easy walking.

Easy flat paved trail. Small section of woods

hiking
5 months ago

Nice nature setting so close to downtown Indianapolis. Looks like the trail segment along the north shore of the lake will eventually disappear. Erosion caused by the White River will win that battle unless Army Corps of Engineers steps in. Spotted a huge blue heron flying just above the surface of the lake but couldn't get a picture. Noticed several woodpeckers drumming away on trees. Can still hear occasional jet going to Indy airport.

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