Explore the most popular Walking 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.

Great trail to see the lake up high and really explore the area

on Rabbit Hash Trail

10 hours ago

secluded. creeks. signs of animals

hiking
10 hours ago

The loop is short but provides great views from the bluffs

Nice scenery on a warm spring day. Parts had people near roads other more remote parts were completely isolated. Nice trail not hard at all and would suggest part of trail is moderate in difficulty. Other part is pretty easy and flat

hiking
muddy
19 hours ago

Take caution, friends: This Trail dead-ends at the cemetery indicated on the map. The Blue Diamond Trail is essentially obliterated. It’s a good in-and-out for a couple miles with some good scenes but you’ll need to hit the Sycamore Loop (highly recommended!) if you want to see new sites.

Terrell Ridge effectively takes you to the pond marked on the map with the campsite. Check the NFS map, as it is accurate for locations and distances.

awesome trail. tons of wildlife viewing opportunities deer, turkey, bobcat, waterfowl, etc.

great trip.

nice easy stroll

enjoyed this trail very much.

nice clean trail

nice family trail, nice views.

Shadow Run Trail to Fallen Timber Creek Trail.

backpacking
2 days ago

nice work out, great views!

on Solomon Farm Trail

hiking
2 days ago

Quick, little hike around a public hobby farm on a wide, paved trail with mile markers. Ample parking at Parkview YMCA/Pufferbelly Trailhead. This has traditionally been our first “official” hike of the season with the pups.

hiking
muddy
2 days ago

Excellent trail. Well marked and well maintained. Saw lots of wildlife and very very people. At home with nature!

Eagle Scout project still in progress. Trail has been improved all the way around.

This is a fairly easy trail. I took my dog and he played in the creek quite a bit and when we weren’t next to the water I was able to get lost in thought. I recommend this trail for anyone looking enjoy the outdoors for 2-3 hours and just decompressing.

Clear paved path all-around. For late winter, park in great shape. Will be back with the doggos!

decent hills, slightly Rocky. easy hike overall

Beautiful scenery and great even if you don't have a lot of time. The "loop" involves the road, but you can, instead, just reverse course. Would do it again!

hiking
2 days ago

We walked 1.7 miles that included part of 5 and 3. Wide path and plenty of room to pass other people. Was nice to see so many out with kids and fur kids. Perfect for a short and relaxing walk close to home.

walking
2 days ago

nice family trail, little muddy but was very nice.

nice little trail, easy, bit muddy but has nice views.

on Low Gap Trail

hiking
blowdown
2 days ago

I feel the other reviews say it all. With the low gap the Sweedy hallow area is a must see. Really good hike and lots of camping in back country. Walk back is mainly on gravel road but beside that very nice trail.

This isn't a bad park to hike in if you live in the area and want an easy walk with the kids or the the dogs. Probably not worth driving far to visit. Some paths are gravel; others are grass and dirt. Some parts were pretty muddy when I went.

A nice hike for local people. Drove from out of town and was a bit disappointed. If you park off of US150 there is a paved former road that you walk up to get to the actual trail which is quite lovely

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