Explore the best road biking 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 very nice black top trail. Fishing or canoeing the length of the trail. There are some very nice out cove lookouts that are framed and railed. There are several spots to stop or start on trail. This trail is in town but most of the trail you would not know it.

If you start at the green dot there is minimal parking. If you start at Shady Side Park " black dot" there is lots of free parking and plumbed bath rooms. There is also a very nice playground for the kids and a couple of short paths around the park to walk.

A nice place for a stroll, and you can go for as far as you want on this sixty mile trail. Well shaded and well maintained. A variety of forest, farm, and city walking. It's not the best for getting away from civilization, but greenways aren't meant for that. If you need to get away for a bit without going far, this is a great option. I use it for walking, but it's great for running and biking too. In certain places (like the gorge in Richmond), you can get off the greenway for some more rugged hiking.

hiking
18 days ago

hiking
21 days ago

Love this place and all the trails

25 days ago

25 days ago

This trail is currently incomplete. When complete, it will run from the east and west state borders.
The portion I use is mostly in Greenfield. It is 6 miles long. I use it to walk my dogs and bird. It is paved with asphalt and the edges are well maintained. I use a medical scooter and have no trouble navigating the trail.
Once the Sugar Creek portion of the trail is completed, this trail will connect with the Pennsy Trail in Cumberland.
I got confused when completing this. I did rate it a five. The program won't let me merge the rating and review.

walking
26 days ago

Clean and well maintained paved path.
No complaints.

1 month ago

Beautiful in the fall.

hiking
1 month ago

mountain biking
1 month ago