Explore the most popular 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.

hiking
17 hours ago

Fine walk in the burbs. All paved.

Nice trail. Enjoy the Jasper Mill.

We did parts of this trail today, a gorgeous fall day in the Midwest. This is a great park with offerings for just about everyone. The map that is online characterizes Trail 2 as rugged, and maybe for the Midwest it is. Trail 1 runs along the lake and is considerably busier than #2. If you are looking for the road less traveled, try #2.

I like this trail for walking, running or mountain biking. A couple miles out m, it turns to gravel so I’m not sure I do any road biking. Country views once you get a little bit out of town.

Great place to walk/run in the heart of Lebanon. You’ll usually see quite a few people out being active. Easy to park and walk a few miles and get some fresh air. Bathrooms near the playground and also by the baseball field.

I love this trail and so do my dogs. It is my go to Subday walk.

The trails at potato creek are very well kept not hard at all, but a nice walk nonetheless

Point-to-point path that connects downtown Kokomo into some of the neighborhoods on the south end of town. There are newer developments that are slowly starting to pop-up on or near the trail. Humane Society has recently relocated just off the trail as an example.

1 month ago

Nice rail to trail with very little traffic.

Great dog walking trail. Choose your distance. Water fountain at midpoint.

hiking
1 month ago

Currently connects Northern Kokomo to Rochester with stops along the way. Old converted rail line that has been paved and used commonly by bikers and joggers. Nice country side views of Howard and Miami counties.

trail running
1 month ago

If your in Indianapolis and don't want to wait at every stop light this is a great trail with some really nice views of the city!

trail running
1 month ago

Flat and long! great for road runners that live around the city!

trail running
1 month ago

Eagle creek is a extremely friendly park with very well maintained and marked trails!

trail running
1 month ago

Great for trail running very well maintained park! I suggest getting a season pass in the begging of summer for $50. Parking is usually $5 per car so be cautious of that!

walking
1 month ago

Nice urban space to go for a run/walk!

mountain biking
1 month ago

Wonderful, beautiful trail! Great for biking and walking/running and is flat. It is well maintained and the scenery is just beautiful, especially in the Fall!

hiking
1 month ago

Best trail in the park, but it is longer than 5.0, closer to 6.5. Also pay attention because there are some side trails marked red that are like detours. You won’t get lost, but they can confuse you and add a little distance as well. Enjoy

Great hike close to Indy!

Nice relaxing walk, hiking trails are paved.

trail running
2 months ago

The best place to run in Lebanon; however, there were no water fountains along the trail, so it’s not a good place to get a long run in unless you have some type of hydration pack.

Not sure what's up with the default path for this hike but my recording (apart from the two times my GPS barfed) represents the full loop that combines Trails 4, 2, and 1. I recommend starting at the Porter Rea Cemetery parking lot. Follow Trail 4 counter-clockwise. This puts the biggest climbs early when you are fresh, and leaves the laky bits as a reward at the end of the hike. From the Porter Rea Cemetery parking lot walk down the road a short distance and you will find Trail 4 on your left. Follow Trail 4 until you come to the connecting trail to Trail 2. After going down a straight trail and crossing a bridge you find yourself on Trail 2. Proceed on Trail 2 counter-clockwise to the loop's biggest ascents, Steam Boat Hill (stairs) and Vargo Hill. Eventually Trail 2 will bring you to Trail 1. Follow signs to the Nature Center (crossing the bike trails at a couple points). Conveniently placed bio break there. Keep following Trail 1 counter-clockwise to Trail 2, the retrace yours steps on the connector between Trails 2 and 4. Continuing counter-clockwise on Trail 4 will take you to the Spring House and great views of Worster Lake before returning you to Porter Rea Cemetery. The whole loop as I described it was about 6.5 miles and we did it in under 2.5 hours. Signage is actually pretty clear, contrary to other reports. Only moments of confusion may come when crossing bike trails.

road biking
2 months ago

Very winding and hilly. NICE!!
$7.00 a vehicle $9.00 out of state.
Definitely worth it.

We set out to do the perimeter 5 mile challenge hike but we ended up doing trails 1, 2, 3, 4, 8 and 10 and lots of back tracking due to trails being poorly marked This really needs to be addressed. Trail 3 was the most enjoyable and fun with the rock climbing, ravines, etc. I also really enjoyed Gypsy Gulch, suspension bridge and covered bridge. Everything was was just ok. We covered almost 7 miles and it was all pretty easy with only a couple strenuous areas. I’m glad we did it and checked it off the list, it’s worth seeing once but wouldn’t go back and do it again.

Nice walk along the river with the dogs

road biking
2 months ago

very nice

hiking
2 months ago

Very nice!

walking
2 months ago

It's not much more than a sidewalk along a stream that gets storm sewer runoff from the nearby neighborhoods. So, kind of dirty. Plus, some of the road crossings are kind of dangerous.

These are mostly easy with 2 moderate hikes, very enjoyable. Creek is nearby so definitely will need bug spray to fend off the bugs.

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