Consider a purchase of this Trails Plate to show your support for all types of trails in Indiana. The foundation will use the proceeds as grants to trail groups throughout the state of Indiana. This special plate is an additional $40, of which $25 goes to the Greenways Foundation. The Greenways Foundation envisions a statewide trail, greenway, and bikeway system that provides access to trails for all Indiana citizens. This world-class Hoosier greenways system connects scenic, cultural, historic, recreational, tourist, and economic sites in Indiana’s urban and rural communities, is convenient to people of all cultures, ages, and abilities, and is one of the state’s most powerful tools in achieving economic growth, a healthy citizenry and livable communities.
Tuesdays, 6:00 p.m.
Fort Wayne has one of the finest trail systems in the Midwest with more than 80 miles of trail winding through the city. Join local trail users for weekly bike rides this spring along the Rivergreenway, the Wabash & Erie Canal Towpath Trail, the Aboite Trails, the Pufferbelly Rail- to-Trail and the Salomon Farm Trail to expe- rience Fort Wayne in a whole new way. You’ll love reconnecting with nature along the linear parkways of the Rivergreenway or learning the history of the Wabash & Erie Canal along the Towpath Trail or enjoying the many miles of new trails in southwest and northwest Fort Wayne. Load up your family and your bikes and join the fun! Participants are asked to wear helmets and bring water along for the ride. All participants ride at their own risk. All rides begin promptly at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday rides will continue through the summer. For more information, call the Greenway office at 427-6228.
Have you wondered about how many people use the trails? Check out the attached usage chart that lists usage by month.