Promoting Trails &
Greenways in Indiana

Buy your Greenways Foundation license plate today!

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2017 Indiana Trails Study Summary Report (PDF, 3.1 MB)

Eppley Trails Study 2017

Statewide trail mapStatewide Trail Map 2016 (PDF, 5 MB)

 
 

Register today! 2021 Trails Gathering

Trail advocates, managers, and enthusiasts: Consider joining us for the upcoming Trails Gathering September 23, 2021. You do not want to miss the education, excitement, and opportunities that await you! The gathering will provide trail updates from DNR, updates from the Greenways Foundation, mini sessions with hot topics you don’t want to miss, and a panel discussion with city council members and park board members on “What is important when advocating for your trails and greenway systems?” And lastly, a guided bike/walk tour through three different connecting trails. Learn more and register here:

Trails Gathering, Indiana Park and Recreation Association

 
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Whitewater Gorge Trail in Richmond

 

Thank you to everyone who attended our 2021 Virtual Luncheon!

Annual Greenways Foundation Virtual Luncheon

Visit our 2021 Luncheon page to read about this year’s winners of the Greenways Foundation Awards.

 

Trail of the Month

bicycle on trail at sunset  

A small town with a vibrant university also is home to a grand vision and hearty effort. The Upland Area Greenways Association wants to build trails in and around the town, and to connect with neighboring comunities as well as Taylor University. The first phase of the Main Street Trail passes within a few hundred yards of the library, the town hall, restaurants, and coffee shops, with parking located at the Detamore Trailhead in downtown Upland. The future vision includes a linkage with the Cardinal Greenway.

UAGA is an all-volunteer group with much enthusiasm provided by Taylor students and it hosts trail work days and other events on a regular basis, including a recent project to connect a trail to a canoe launch on the Mississinewa River.

Upland Area Greenways Association, web site

Upland Area Greenways Association, Facebook

 
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Trail users enjoy the trail year-round.

walkers on trail

Volunteers at a recent UAGA work day.