Updated: Friday, February 23, 2018 at 7:40 AM
Please be aware, during or following a rainfall, portions of the trail network may be muddy and/or slippery. Please slow down and use caution, especially on boardwalks. Always use caution whenever you encounter a wet section of trail. During the winter months, use caution and be on the look out for ice!
Trail Closures and Detours due to Flooding:
***Due to the heavy rainfall, additional sections of trail may be flooding. If you encounter any water across the trail, turn around and select another route.***
Maumee Pathway - Closed between Anthony Blvd in Fort Wayne and Moser Park in New Haven.
St. Marys Pathway - Closed in the following locations: low sections through downtown, between Sherman and Main, below the W. Jefferson Blvd Bridge between Swinney Park West and Taylor, low areas in both Swinney Park East and West, low areas in Foster Park, between the Fairfield Ave Trailhead and Tillman Park.
St. Joseph Pathway - Closed below St. Joe Ctr Rd Bridge and Parnell Ave Bridge.
Towpath Trail - Closed between Covington and Smith Rd. There's also some minor flooding along Engle Rd just east of Statesmans Way.
Trail Closures and Detours due to Construction:
St. Marys Pathway - Closed for Riverfront Development, Phase I Construction from September 5, 2017 thru all of 2018 - St. Marys Pathway is closed from the east side of the Harrison St Bridge and the Historic Wells St. Bridge
To begin the first phase of the riverfront development, a segment of the St. Marys Pathway will undergo a detour during the construction period. The trail will be closed beginning on Tuesday, September 5, 2017 and it will remain closed until the Promenade Park is constructed. Please follow the sidewalk detour using 3rd St, crossing Wells St and going south on the sidewalk on the west side of Wells St to reconnect with the St. Marys Pathway in East Bloomingdale Park (or vice versa!). Detour Route Map