Promoting Trails &
Greenways in Indiana

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Statewide trail mapStatewide Trail Map 2016 (PDF, 11.3 MB)

Greenways Foundation Membership BrochureGreenways Foundation Membership Benefits Package (PDF, 1.6 MB)


Bag it up to build greenways!

Whole Foods Community Giving

Plan now to shop and support the Greenways Foundation during the Whole Foods Community Giving Day on Tuesday, October 25! The Central Indiana Whole Foods stores in Nora (1300 East 86th Street, Indianapolis) and Carmel (14598 Clay Terrace Boulevard, Carmel) will donate 5% of their revenue for the day to the Greenways Foundation.

These local Whole Foods stores want to help support our efforts to get increased funding for trail maintenance and development. You can make a difference and stock up on natural and organic groceries and other products at the same time — it’s a win-win!

Shop, smile & support greenways!

Amazon Smile

The Greenways Foundation is now on AmazonSmile. If you shop on Amazon, we’d love to have your support! It costs you nothing extra and it’s simple to set up.

The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price from your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the Greenways Foundation. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know — same products, same prices, same service. Learn how you can support the Greenways Foundation every time you shop!

2016 Indiana Trails Gathering

bikes on trail

Trail advocates and managers, registration is now open for the Indiana Trails Gathering. This event is a collaborative effort of Indiana Park and Recreation Association, Indiana Department of Natural Resources, the Greenways Foundation, National Park Service, Indiana State Department of Health, and Health By Design, and will be a roundtable-based event full of discussion. Topics include how to start a trail program, right-of-way acquisition, working with boards, conducting trail counts, trail management and more.

The Indiana Trails Gathering will take place Saturday, November 5 at Forest Park in Noblesville, Idiana. The cost is $10 for one person, $15 for two. Register today!

Golden rules for trails

The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has produced six new to-the-point, short video clips about trail etiquette. All six topics are driven by the mission of “Be nice. Trails are for everyone,” and are available to watch on the RTC web site.

Following these six golden rules can help make every trip safe & fun for everyone. Remember, every amazing trail experience begins with you!