Best Trails in Indiana

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Illinois, Vermilion County

01 :41 hrs
6.4 mi
26.524948 ft
Moderate

The mountain bike trails in Kickapoo State Park provide some of the best trails and beautiful scenery Illinois has to offer. The network of trails consists of 5 loops that can be combined for a total of 6 miles of riding. This ride utilizes sections of these trails for a loop through the area but there are obviously many more trip options available. The trails provide lots of ups and downs through wooded terrain that add some fun challenge. The ride also provides some nice scenery as it travels over small creeks and passes by a lake. The trails are well-marked and contain arrows showing recommended direction of travel. Checking out the trail map of the area is advisable to get a good concept of how all the trails can connect.

2

Illinois, Vermilion County

03 :39 hrs
9.9 mi
54.429 ft
Hard

This loop hike follows the longest trail within the preserve leading hikers through diverse habitats to include wooded ravines, tallgrass prairies, seeps, and small ponds and creeks. There are some short but steep climbs throughout the route as well as multiple stream crossings. The diverse habitats of the area are home to a variety of plantlife and birdlife. There are some designated campsites available for overnight trips in the preserve. The trail does require preregistering in advance for a minimal fee so contact the nature preserve before setting out. There are other trails that do not require any type of registration for hikers who have not registered to hike the backpack trail.

3

Illinois, Cook County

03 :05 hrs
8.8 mi
42.61032 ft
Hard

Located within the Palos/Sag Valley Preserves, this loop trail explores the diverse vegetation of Cap Sauers Holdings and Swallow Cliff Woods. The trail travels into marshes, deep ravines, and thick woods with multiple stream crossings. There is lots of opportunity for enjoying nature and viewing wildlife in this scenic area just 25 minutes from downtown Chicago. There are multiple access spots, parking areas, and connecting trails along the route giving hikers the option of covering just portions of the trail or adding more mileage.

4

Illinois, DuPage County

03 :17 hrs
9.5 mi
54.31189 ft
Hard

This popular forest preserve is located less than 30 miles from downtown Chicago and provides hikers and bikers with miles of trails that explore the scenic terrain of rolling woodlands, marshes, ponds, and streams. There is also a waterfall along the hike as well as some overlook spots for the Des Plaines River. The main crushed gravel trail is mostly used for biking and hiking and there are additional connecting side trails within the preserve that also be used to explore the area. The trails are multi-use and popular with bikers, horseback riders, and runners also so watch out for others while on the trail.

5

Illinois, Cook County

02 :03 hrs
5.8 mi
36.69452 ft
Hard

Located just over 20 miles from downtown Chicago, this loop trail explores multiple wooded areas and scenic lakes located in a beautiful and peaceful nature preserve. The area offers excellent opportunity for viewing wildlife and birdwatching. The trail is primarily dirt and gravel and is popular with hikers and bikers. There are multiple access points and connecting trails along the route providing hikers with the option of adding mileage to explore more of the area or shortening the trip by hiking just portions of the trail.

6

Kentucky, Bullitt County

05 :09 hrs
13.7 mi
104.66553 ft
Expert

This trail is inside the Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest. This is Kentucky’s official arboretum. There are over 1,800 kinds of trees, shrubs, and other plants. You will find over 35 miles of available hiking trails. This scenic hike takes you through heavily wooded forest and along nice ridge tops. You will encounter some steep up and down sections throughout the adventure. Make sure to bring plenty of water. There can also be a lot of ticks, mosquitoes and chiggers.You must register at the Kiosk or the Visitor Center Desk before starting this hike. There is a $5.00 fee/vehicle on Saturdays and Sundays.

7

Kentucky, Louisville

01 :16 hrs
3.1 mi
86.82376 ft
Hard

This trail is strenuous as it travels up hills and valleys of the westernmost portion of the Jefferson Memorial Forest. When you reach the summit, the trail offers beautiful overlooks of the surrounding area. In the spring and summer you will find beautiful wildflowers throughout the hike. The trail is marked with red blazes. If you would like to shorten the adventure, there is a connector trail that will shorten the loop to 1.4 miles. Be careful, as poison ivy is prevalent along the start of the trail.Mountain biking is prohibited on all of the parks trails.

8

Indiana, Fulton County

02 :35 hrs
25.7 mi
45.724686 ft
Moderate

You will ride through wetlands, woodlands, and a large variety of plant and animal life. Being a rail trail, there are some parts of it that are paved, gravel and there is a slight, almost unnoticeable grade. The trail is long enough that regardless of how many times you’ve ridden it, you will always see something new.

9

Indiana, Noble County

00 :29 hrs
1.4 mi
16.897614 ft
Easy

There is a network of trails to explore along with water and winter activities. There are campgrounds or cabins available for overnight stay. All the lakes have blue-green algae. Do not swim or let pets in the water where there is a high concentration of algae. Drinking water should not come from any lake at any time. On this trail you will find a valley and, a ridge through the woods. There are two channels to be crossed.

10

Illinois, Joliet

04 :03 hrs
20.4 mi
59.009827 ft
Expert

This paved multi-use trail starts from the town of Joliet and connects to multiple towns, parks, and forest preserves to its end at the town of Park Forest. Riding the trail provides lots of opportunity to ride along scenic open space that provides solitude and the chance for viewing abundant wildlife and plantlife. There are multiple access points as well as connections to other trail systems in the area that allow for customizing a trip of shorter or longer distances. The trail is paved and is mostly used for biking but hikers and joggers also use the trail so watch out for others along the way. The trail is mostly flat and easy to follow making it a great option for bikers of all skill levels.

11

Illinois, Cook County

01 :30 hrs
5.8 mi
36.69452 ft
Moderate

This loop trail located in the Palos/Sag Valley Forest Preserves explores the woodland and wetland terrain of the area as it passes by multiple small ponds, lakes, and sloughs that are home to abundant wildlife and plantlife. The trail connects to and is in close proximity to many other trail systems in the surrounding preserve areas providing riders with endless riding possibilities. The trails are singletrack dirt paths that are also used by hikers and runners so be aware of other users of the trail.

12

Illinois, Naperville

02 :03 hrs
6 mi
29.938614 ft
Moderate

This scenic forest preserve offers excellent scenery and diverse vegetation and terrain that is home to abundant plantlife and wildlife. The hike leads through both open grasslands and shaded woodlands and requires a few stream crossings. The trail is crushed limestone and is multi-use, mostly used by hikers and bikers. The loop hike is completed by combining multiple trails within the preserve. There are many side trails and connecting trails within the preserve that also provide hikers with the option of customizing a hike of a longer or shorter distance if desired.

13

Illinois, Vermilion County

02 :26 hrs
24.4 mi
48.114395 ft
Hard

Riding this loop route provides excellent scenery in and around Kickapoo State Park and Middle Fork State Fish and Wildlife Area as it travels by multiple lakes and through peaceful rural farmland. The recreation area used to be a strip-mining operation but has since been restored and now provides excellent recreational opportunities. The terrain is gently rolling woodland hills with just a few challenging hills. There are also some sections of busier roads that require a little more caution. The starting and ending point for the ride is at Kickapoo State Park which also offers nice picnic areas, camping, and hiking trails.

14

Indiana, Noble County

00 :28 hrs
1.4 mi
10.967407 ft
Easy

There is a network of trails to explore along with water and winter activities. There are campgrounds or cabins available for overnight stay. All the lakes have blue-green algae. Do not swim or let pets in the water where there is a high concentration of algae. Drinking water should not come from any lake at any time. A hike where you can go from a hard wood forest to the shore.

15

Indiana, Noble County

01 :16 hrs
3.6 mi
24.792114 ft
Hard

There is a network of trails to explore along with water and winter activities. There are campgrounds or cabins available for overnight stay. All the lakes have blue-green algae. Do not swim or let pets in the water where there is a high concentration of algae. Drinking water should not come from any lake at any time. This hike is probably the most challenging in the whole park. It goes through an open field, creek bottoms, pine trees, locust and woods. It is also the longest one.

16

Indiana, Wabash County

00 :36 hrs
1.7 mi
30.697525 ft
Moderate

This trail has open fields, wooded area, the Kissing waterfalls and fresh springs. There are several different kinds of vegetation from marshlands to heavily wooded areas. No drinking water available. Parking is very small and no restrooms at the trail head, only a couple of old latrines on the trail.

17

Indiana, Steuben County

00 :32 hrs
0.7 mi
10.3437195 ft
Easy

An interesting attraction during the months of December – February is a Toboggan, please call to find out details. There are also horses you can rent and go on a guided ride. Overnight accommodations include a campground, Inn and cabins. All the lakes have blue-green algae. Do not swim or let pets in the water where there is a high concentration of algae. Drinking water should not come from any lake at any time. This trail takes you from the beach to campground 1. It is good for bird watching. Beautiful wild flowers during spring.

18

Indiana, Jackson County

02 :04 hrs
5.2 mi
92.94783 ft
Hard

You will hike some of the highest points of the Jackson-Washington State Forest. The knobs (round hills) are high and close to each other. The trails are very well marked and maintained. Make sure to hike to the Pinnacle Peak. Pit toilets and drinking water are available at the lake campground.

19

Indiana, Steuben County

00 :58 hrs
2.9 mi
16.210907 ft
Moderate

An interesting attraction during the months of December – February is a Toboggan, please call to find out details. There are also horses you can rent and go on a guided ride. Overnight accommodations include a campground, Inn and cabins. All the lakes have blue-green algae. Do not swim or let pets in the water where there is a high concentration of algae. Drinking water should not come from any lake at any time. This trail has many different things to hike. There is wetland, grasslands that have the original prairie plants from before it was farmed, and rolling hills.

20

Indiana, Noble County

00 :29 hrs
1.4 mi
3.6902466 ft
Easy

A network of trails to explore along with water and winter activities. There are campgrounds or cabins available for overnight stay. All the lakes have blue-green algae. Do not swim or let pets in the water where there is a high concentration of algae. Drinking water should not come from any lake at any time. This is an easy hike around the Sand Lake. One of many trails at Chain O’Lakes State Park, it follows the shore line.

21

Indiana, Bartholomew County

05 :28 hrs
55.4 mi
115.6172 ft
Expert

A very remote ride, long and with a variety of views. You will enjoy riding by wooded areas, farm fields, neighborhood and a lake. Paved throughout, mostly flat and no restroom facilities. Bring plenty of water.

22

Kentucky, Louisville

01 :39 hrs
6.3 mi
51.15802 ft
Hard

This is one of the most popular mountain bike trails in the area. This hilly terrain in Waverly Park has 300 acres to explore. You will travel through hardwood forest. There are several loops and options to do which makes for a nice trail to come back to over and over again. The trail is often improving and thus changing the course.

23

Indiana, Porter County

00 :59 hrs
2.8 mi
7.7716675 ft
Moderate

For birders, this is an excellent trail. It is a loop by the shallow lake. On the edge of the lake, there are steep areas. On those areas, you can observe the birds from a viewing platform. Because the ecosystems of the park are fragile, hikers, please stay on the trails. Pay attention to the markers along the way to stay on the hike you started.

24

Illinois, Cook County

01 :01 hrs
2.4 mi
13.501358 ft
Easy

Camp Sagawau is known for its excellent Nordic ski program that is offered during the winter which includes miles of groomed cross-country ski trails, ski lessons, and equipment rental. A trail pass must be obtained to ski the trails but there is no fee for the pass. There are charges for lessons and ski equipment rental. There are multiple trails within Camp Sagawau that can be used to customize trips of varying distance and difficulty. The terrain is mostly forested area with some small hills.

25

Illinois, Joliet

00 :53 hrs
2.6 mi
10.7017975 ft
Easy

Starting from the Little Red Schoolhouse Nature Center, this hike utilizes multiple trails to complete two loops that explore the wooded areas and wetlands around the nature center and a small lake. The easy interpretive trails and learning center make this hike a great choice for families with children and hikers of all skill levels. The learning center and surrounding grounds do follow specific operating hours depending on the day and time of year so be sure to check times before heading out.

26

Indiana, Carmel

00 :47 hrs
2.9 mi
7.3467407 ft
Easy

The ground is made of crushed limestone. Pedestrians share the trail with the cyclists. It is a connection to downtown Indianapolis through the White River Greenway. Being a long ride, there are parts of quiet woods, a one pedestrian bridge and goes by the grounds and garden of the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Amazing views throughout as you ride the quiet waters of the canal. You may choose from sight seeing and making a day of your ride or hammer it and have a great workout.

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Indiana, Steuben County

01 :12 hrs
1.7 mi
21.205627 ft
Moderate

An interesting attraction during the months of December – February is a Toboggan, please call to find out details. There are also horses you can rent and go on a guided ride. Overnight accommodations include a campground, Inn and cabins. All the lakes have blue-green algae. Do not swim or let pets in the water where there is a high concentration of algae. Drinking water should not come from any lake at any time. You will find woodland birds and spring flowers. It goes through the woods, crosses the street with a bridge and passes a barn. It takes the hiker all the way to the Inn.

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Indiana, Noble County

00 :26 hrs
0.6 mi
20.355316 ft
Easy

There is a network of trails to explore along with water and winter activities. There are campgrounds or cabins available for overnight stay. All the lakes have blue-green algae. Do not swim or let pets in the water where there is a high concentration of algae. Drinking water should not come from any lake at any time. This is a short easy walk from the campground to the beach.

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Indiana, Steuben County

00 :47 hrs
2.3 mi
15.15152 ft
Easy

An interesting attraction during the months of December – February is a Toboggan, please call to find out details. There are also horses you can rent and go on a guided ride. Overnight accommodations include a campground, Inn and cabins. All the lakes have blue-green algae. Do not swim or let pets in the water where there is a high concentration of algae. Drinking water should not come from any lake at any time. This trail takes you through several different habitats. Enjoy the great panoramic view at Hell’s point. You will go through sand hills, marshland and deep hardwood forests.

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Indiana, Dune Acres

01 :27 hrs
4.1 mi
33.0468 ft
Hard

The sand dunes are on trail 3. From the parking lot, you have to walk through parts of trail 1 and 2 to get here. Here is where you find the sand dunes. You will walk many different types of topography. The sand dunes have a climb of 200 feet. Passing the dunes, you have access to the lakeshore. . The park charges an entrance fee from May to September. At the end of the trail you will find the restrooms, unfortunately there is no drinking water.

31

Indiana, Noble County

00 :42 hrs
0.9 mi
12.555084 ft
Moderate

There is a network of trails to explore along with water and winter activities. There are campgrounds or cabins available for overnight stay. All the lakes have blue-green algae. Do not swim or let pets in the water where there is a high concentration of algae. Drinking water should not come from any lake at any time. Wetland present on the hike.

32

Indiana, Noble County

01 :19 hrs
1.9 mi
12.0373535 ft
Moderate

There is a network of trails to explore along with water and winter activities. There are campgrounds or cabins available for overnight stay. All the lakes have blue-green algae. Do not swim or let pets in the water where there is a high concentration of algae. Drinking water should not come from any lake at any time. With open fields, wooded areas, swamps and passing four lakes there is a rich topography to be explored.

33

Indiana, Lafayette

02 :00 hrs
5.9 mi
19.482727 ft
Hard

This trail is long. There is the crossing of a creek on concrete stepping-stones. It goes under the freeway and passes a residential area. It has a 30-foot steep climb and two short footbridges. This trail has some restrooms along the way. Tables for picnic are available along the trail. In the warm months remember to bring insect repellent. National Trails Day is held annually on the first Saturday in June.

34

Indiana, Steuben County

00 :53 hrs
2.6 mi
12.026672 ft
Hard

An interesting attraction during the months of December – February is a Toboggan, please call to find out details. There are also horses you can rent and go on a guided ride. Overnight accommodations include a campground, Inn and cabins. All the lakes have blue-green algae. Do not swim or let pets in the water where there is a high concentration of algae. Drinking water should not come from any lake at any time. This trail connects with trail #3. It contains young forests and wooded swamps. You can also see the old Pokagon Motel and the stone dams built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC).

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Indiana, Noble County

00 :54 hrs
2.7 mi
7.3862 ft
Hard

There is a network of trails to explore along with water and winter activities. There are campgrounds or cabins available for overnight stay. All the lakes have blue-green algae. Do not swim or let pets in the water where there is a high concentration of algae. Drinking water should not come from any lake at any time. This trail begins at the fishing pier. There are different lakes, channels, lowlands and upland forest.

36

Illinois, Joliet

01 :42 hrs
2.5 mi
8.896164 ft
Moderate

This scenic river trail is located just 60 miles from downtown Chicago and provides hikers and bikers with great views of a sandstone canyon, waterfall, and the Kankakee River. The trail is mostly paved and easy to follow with multiple access points making it a great choice for hikers of all skill levels. The hike can be done as an out-and-back or a one-way trip by shuttling vehicles. The state park is also a great spot for fishing, paddling, wildlife viewing, picnicing and camping.

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Indiana, Henry County

02 :31 hrs
7 mi
26.777588 ft
Hard

This trail goes around the lake. The hikers are asked to go clockwise and mountain bikers are asked to go counter clockwise for better visibility. No drinking water is available on the trail. You will encounter wood forest. There are ravines and ditches. On this trail, you will find a pine grove, meadows and wetlands. Wild life is also found here. There is a facility for the bikers to change into their gear at the head of the trail.

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Indiana, Steuben County

01 :19 hrs
1.8 mi
16.087158 ft
Moderate

An interesting attraction during the months of December – February is a Toboggan, please call to find out details. There are also horses you can rent and go on a guided ride. Overnight accommodations include a campground, Inn and cabins. All the lakes have blue-green algae. Do not swim or let pets in the water where there is a high concentration of algae. Drinking water should not come from any lake at any time. The hardwood forest and rolling land make for beautiful views. It passes a spring shelter and goes all the way to campground 1 by the lake.

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Illinois, Cook County

00 :58 hrs
9.7 mi
22.533768 ft
Easy

This northern section of the Tinley Creek Trail System is a paved loop that leads through open prairies, dense forests, and wetland areas with small lakes and ponds along the way. There are multiple picnic areas and access points along the route perfect for stopping and taking a break. There is a connecting trail on the south side of the loop that connects to multiple other trails within the system. The trail is multi-use and is also popular with hikers and runners so pay attention to others on the trail.

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Indiana, Steuben County

00 :51 hrs
2.4 mi
16.844666 ft
Easy

An interesting attraction during the months of December – February is a Toboggan, please call to find out details. There are also horses you can rent and go on a guided ride. Overnight accommodations include a campground, Inn and cabins. All the lakes have blue-green algae. Do not swim or let pets in the water where there is a high concentration of algae. Drinking water should not come from any lake at any time. This is an easy trail with various habitats to see. Including rolling land, hardwood forest and pine trees. It also takes you through trail #5, which will lead you to campground 1.

41

Indiana, Orange County

04 :08 hrs
11.7 mi
57.423782 ft
Expert

This Park is home to bald eagles. You can see nesting sites along the trails. There is something for everyone to do in every season. This trail starts at the visitor center. Be aware that there are very few signs along this hike. One of its popular attractions on this trail is the Totem Rock. It is a large rock shelter. The early settlers and Native Americans used it. You will also find a “Bird watching Spur” on this trail.

42

Indiana, Monroe County

04 :26 hrs
9.6 mi
91.12451 ft
Hard

This adventure visits three different lakes through gentle ups and downs. There are also a few creek crossings. Picnic tables are found at the lakes that work great for lunch.

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Indiana, Steuben County

01 :03 hrs
3 mi
16.83496 ft
Hard

An interesting attraction during the months of December – February is a Toboggan, please call to find out details. There are also horses you can rent and go on a guided ride. Overnight accommodations include a campground, Inn and cabins. All the lakes have blue-green algae. Do not swim or let pets in the water where there is a high concentration of algae. Drinking water should not come from any lake at any time. They are working on the rolling hills of this trail to return to meadowlands. The plans for the near future are to connect #8 trail to the ACRES Land Trust Beechwood Nature Preserve.

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Indiana, Steuben County

00 :30 hrs
1.4 mi
10.304321 ft
Easy

An interesting attraction during the months of December – February is a Toboggan, please call to find out details. There are also horses you can rent and go on a guided ride. Overnight accommodations include a campground, Inn and cabins. All the lakes have blue-green algae. Do not swim or let pets in the water where there is a high concentration of algae. Drinking water should not come from any lake at any time. This trail goes through a swamp. It goes through primitive area with plenty of marshland plants and animals to observe.

45

Illinois, Willow Springs

03 :21 hrs
16.8 mi
8.943298 ft
Hard

This road biking route leads past multiple scenic forest preserves, lots of local historic sites, and lots of parks and green space along the Des Plaines River and I&M Canal. The ride follows almost completely flat terrain and is all paved and crushed stone surface and can be ridden by road bikes with wide tires, mountain bikes, or hybrids. The trip can be done as a one-way trip by shuttling vehicles or as a longer out-and-back trip. There are lots of good points along the route for stopping and resting as well as multiple side trips along trails through the multiple forest preserves and historic areas along the way. The trail also continues on for many more miles providing riders with multiple trip options.

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Illinois, Palos Heights

01 :10 hrs
3.4 mi
7.062912 ft
Moderate

The Lake Katherine Trail is an excellent nature trail that provides some solitude and nice scenery in a suburban setting. The trail takes visitors around a small lake, past a man-made waterfall, through multiple gardens, and to an arboretum. The trail is all woodchip, dirt, and gravel and is mostly used for hiking and biking. There is no swimming or boating allowed on the lake and the picnicing is not allowed.

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Indiana, Noble County

00 :32 hrs
1.6 mi
7.4504395 ft
Easy

There is a network of trails to explore along with water and winter activities. There are campgrounds or cabins available for overnight stay. All the lakes have blue-green algae. Do not swim or let pets in the water where there is a high concentration of algae. Drinking water should not come from any lake at any time. You will be crossing a glacial kame, watch out for uneven ground.

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Illinois, Will County

04 :31 hrs
45.2 mi
18.27063 ft
Expert

Setting off just 40 miles south of Chicago from the Goodenow Grove Forest Preserve, this scenic route explores landscape along the Illinois/Indiana border including woodland and farmland terrain as well as a small lake town at Cedar Lake. There is minimal elevation gain along the route with only small rolling hills requiring very little climbing. The roads are mostly rural roads that are not busy but may not be the most well-maintained so watch out for potholes and uneven surfaces.

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Indiana, Brown County

02 :20 hrs
5.7 mi
60.71678 ft
Moderate

Traditional Indiana trail with tight section and wide logging road sections. Multiple creeks,logging roads, small bridges

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Kentucky, Meade County

01 :34 hrs
4.7 mi
- ft
Moderate

Otter Creek Park offers 20 miles of available hiking and mountain biking trails. This hike has a great view of the Ohio River from the top of a bluff. You will follow along three trails to make a loop. The trails you will follow are: Valley Overlook Trail, Otter Creek Trail, and Red and Yellow Trail. There are restrooms and water inside the Nature Center. This center is closed on Mondays.

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Kentucky, Bullitt County

01 :54 hrs
5.1 mi
97.4812 ft
Hard

This adventure is inside of the Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest which overs over 35 miles of hiking and biking trails. You will through knobs and valleys, and along ridges and hollows. Be prepared for the hike to be strenuous. Make sure to bring bug repellent as there can also be a lot of ticks, mosquitoes and chiggers.

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Indiana, Porter County

01 :07 hrs
3 mi
50.06555 ft
Easy

Here you are going to have fun. You will be going through woods, sand dune and beach. There places where you can stop and admire the view of lake. This path does intertwine with other trails; make sure to stay on the right one. Water available at the beginning of the trail. Park entrance fee required.

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Indiana, North Crows Nest

00 :30 hrs
1.4 mi
26.186707 ft
Easy

Within the city limits, you can be amongst wild life, a nature walk and birds within minutes. With wooded ravines, wetlands, wooded bridge way and beautiful stretches of the White River, you can connect with nature again. Walking through the beautiful gardens and ruins is a treat not easy to forget. No fees required.

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Indiana, Owen County

00 :23 hrs
1.1 mi
16.115433 ft
Moderate

Here you will go pass old farm fields and cross the bridle trail twice. This hike will take you through hardwood forest. The entry fee to the park is higher for out of state vehicles.

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Indiana, Monroe County

02 :06 hrs
5.7 mi
60.19194 ft
Hard

This trail is long and it has a variety of topography. To see the wide variety of wild flowers, hike during April and May. Primitive camping is allowed with a purchased permit. Also, gold panning is allowed with a permit. Because hunting is allowed in the park, hikers are advised to wear bright orange gear during hunting season. Bring plenty of water and food for the long hike.

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Indiana, Clark County

00 :46 hrs
2.3 mi
- ft
Moderate

This park has Devonian fossil outcrop areas. There are 72 bird species, with an occasional bald eagle. You will also enjoy great views and karst sinkhole topography. This trail starts from the Riverside overlook. You can see glimpses of the Ohio River and Twelvemile Island. The Riverside overlook is next to the boat ramp. To enjoy the richness of wild flowers, come during spring.

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Indiana, Newton County

00 :21 hrs
1 mi
5.6399994 ft
Unknown

Oak Lake Family Campground is a privately owned campground in a wooded setting. They have a variety of sites including tent sites, trailer sites, cabins, and yurts. Full or partial hookups are provided. Some of the onsite amenities include restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, a dump station, sandy beach, jumping pillow, and other activities. The cost starts at $37 per night for basic sites.

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Illinois, University Park

00 :56 hrs
2.7 mi
16.20581 ft
Moderate

Located just 35 miles from downtown Chicago, the trails in Thorn Creek provide hikers with lots of solitude and great scenery. The terrain within the preserve mostly consists of wooded ravines and bottomland forests with small creeks and ponds spread throughout. The are some excellent sections of pine plantations along the trail that provide the best opportunities for birdwatching in the area. The preserve also has a nature center located in an old church building where hikers can stop in and learn about the history and wildlife of the preserve before setting out.

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Indiana, Monroe County

02 :15 hrs
5.8 mi
63.986526 ft
Hard

The topography of this trail is full of variations. During your hike, you might spot some wild turkey and other birds. Be prepared to go over ridges, cross-slope down hollows, go up on ridge tops and enjoy the excellent views. Lake Monroe is the largest body of water in Indiana. Enjoy its beautiful views as you hike near its edge. During late October the fall colors are at its best. Park entry fee required.

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Indiana, Columbia City

00 :57 hrs
3.6 mi
11.946579 ft
Hard

You will go through a couple of climbs and a few downhill stretches. Count on lots of curves and watch out for a few hikers. The trail is not very populated by hikers or bikers.

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Illinois, Joliet

02 :24 hrs
7 mi
25.601929 ft
Hard

Hadley Valley Forest Preserve is part of the Spring Creek preservation system and offers just under 700 acres of diverse terrain including wetlands, savannas, and woodlands. Much of the trail also runs aside Spring Creek. The out-and-back lollipop trail showcases much of the terrain and wildlife of the area and offers a nice paved trail perfect biking, hiking, horseback riding, and snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in the winter. There are multiple access points to the Spring Creek Trail allowing for a shorter trip or a one-way trip by shutting vehicles.

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Illinois, Chicago Heights

01 :10 hrs
3.5 mi
9.603714 ft
Moderate

This southern segment of the Thorn Creek Trail system makes a loop around Sauk Trail Lake and the surrounding woodland terrain that is home to abundant wildlife. The area is a great place to visit and enjoy nature within a busy suburban area. The trail is paved and is used primarily for biking and hiking. There are multiple access points and parking areas for the trail.

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Indiana, Crawford County

04 :43 hrs
12.3 mi
136.65454 ft
Expert

This is a long path. You will see sinkholes, caves, ravines forest and river bluffs. Water is scarce, pack plenty with you. There are a few shelter spots along the way, they are far apart and have pit toilets. Backpackers are allowed to camp along the trail. A campground is available. The Park entry fee is higher for out of state vehicles.

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Indiana, Noble County

00 :11 hrs
0.5 mi
12.164001 ft
Easy

This park has Devonian fossil outcrop areas. There are 72 bird species, with an occasional bald eagle. You will also enjoy great views and karst sinkhole topography. This trail has beautiful displays of wildflowers in the spring. There are rock cliffs high above the trail. The middle of the hike is very scenic, with views of the Fourteenmile Creek. And there is a mix of deciduous forests.

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Ohio, Tuscarawas County

00 :41 hrs
2 mi
5.5150146 ft
Unknown

Located on Atwood Lake, this campground is a prime location for recreation and sits on the shores of the lake. It is very popular for fishing, kayaking, and boating. 214 sites are available for tent or trailer camping as well as 3 cabins. Guests have access to the bathhouse, laundry facilities, a camp store, sandy beach, and dump station. The cost per night for tent only sites is $20 and standard sites with electric hookups cost $33.

66

Illinois, Will County

01 :05 hrs
3.2 mi
24.029053 ft
Moderate

Multiple trails within Pilcher Park can be combined to complete this scenic loop hike over diverse terrain full of abundant vegetation and wildlife. The trail also leads hikers past multiple points of interest including a public water well and greenhouse. There are interpretive trails in Pilcher Park as well as a nature center that provide lots of information regarding the natural area. This is a great place for families and hikers of all skill levels. There is no fee to enter Pilcher Park but there are set operating hours for the nature center and trails.

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Indiana, Warrick County

01 :00 hrs
3.8 mi
11.914688 ft
Easy

The topography of this trail is rich in variety. Also, it is good to know that everything is allowed here. From mountain Bikes, dirt bikes, 4-wheelers to “home built” and, horses, you will find a little of everything. This is definitely not for a beginner rider. With all the obstacles, your skills will be sharpening fast. Trials riders will enjoy this ride.

68

Indiana, Ogden Dunes

02 :11 hrs
4.1 mi
13.189713 ft
Easy

Plan on riding on sand, with little variation on elevation, and enjoy the breath taking views. You can make it a one-way ride or you can make it out and back, your choice. This trail is shared with hikers during the warm weather and with snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in the winter months.

69

Indiana, LaPorte County

00 :50 hrs
2.8 mi
8.635956 ft
Moderate

Partially paved and partially dirt, this trail will take you through the woods, passing farming fields and giving you beautiful views of the wooded areas.

70

Illinois, Homer Glen

00 :40 hrs
1.9 mi
15.551636 ft
Easy

This nature preserve offers lots of solitude and scenery with a variety habitats that include forests, wetlands, savannas, and prairies, all of which are home to abundant wildlife and diverse vegetation. Utilizing trails within the preserve, this hike completes a small loop and a large loop that explore all of the different types of terrain. The trails within the preserve are natural surface and are only open to hikers and trail runners. The preserve also offers picnic areas and some primitive campsites.

71

Indiana, Tippecanoe County

00 :18 hrs
0.9 mi
4.0380096 ft
Unknown

Located in Prophetstown State Park, this campground has a total of 110 campsites on a first come, first serve basis. 53 of the sites have electric hookups and 52 have full hookups. Each site contains a picnic table and fire ring. All guests have access to restrooms, showers, playground, and picnic tables. This state park is unique because of the large expanses of tall prairie grasses, blooming native wildflowers, and wetlands. The price per night ranges from $16-$46.

72

Illinois, Joliet

00 :54 hrs
2.7 mi
6.1205597 ft
Easy

This short trail travels along the north end of Monee Reservoir and leads through wetland terrain that is home to a variety of plant species and wildlife. The natural surface trail can be used for hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. The trail is flat and easy to follow making it a great option for young children and hikers of all skill levels. There is a visitor center at the reservoir as well as fishing and non-motorized boating at the lake.

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Indiana, Montgomery County

00 :53 hrs
2.5 mi
49.890167 ft
Moderate

An adventure filled with great views and exercise. You will walk through craggy hills, up a steep slope and a long climb on wooden steps. The reward of such workout is hogback ridges, steep drop offs, stands of evergreen, hardwood trees and extensive sandstone bluffs. Part of the trail is 6 feet wide with deep drop offs on both sides, be careful.

74

Indiana, Wells County

00 :44 hrs
2.7 mi
4.4592285 ft
Easy

The park has something for everyone. Fishing, hiking, biking on paved trails, swimming and sports courts. The ride on this trail is flat and through a forest of hardwoods. The park’s entry fee is higher for out of state vehicles.

75

Illinois, Cook County

00 :55 hrs
2.8 mi
2.952591 ft
Moderate

Located along the historic and scenic I&M Canal, this crushed limestone multi-use trail leads over the canal and around multiple small ponds, lakes, and wetland areas that are home to abundant wildlife, especially diverse bird species. The trail passes over multiple bridges and also connects to multi-use trails that follow the historic canal for many more miles in both directions. The trail is also popular with bicycles so pay close attention to others along the trail.

76

Kentucky, Henderson

07 :15 hrs
36.4 mi
25.44497 ft
Extreme

This tour starts near Hickman in western Kentucky, along the Mississippi River. It makes its way east to the south shore of the Ohio River in northeastern Kentucky. The traffic is very low outside of Henderson and Owensboro. You will travel through open farmland as you leave Henderson. Several Amish families have settled in the area. Owensboro is one of Kentucky’s largest cities and is home to the International Bluegrass Music Museum. Barbecue is also very popular here.

77

Indiana, Ripley County

00 :53 hrs
2.5 mi
8.317017 ft
Unknown

Versailles State Park is Indiana’s 2nd largest state park. This area is filled with deep history in both the Civil War and the Civilian Conservation Corps. 215 sites are available for tent or trailer camping with electric hookups. There is also a small loop with 9 sites for horse camping. You must have a horse if you’re using the equestrian sites and electric hookups are provided. Each site contains a picnic table and fire ring. Guests have access to restrooms, a dump station, a fishing pond and lots of hiking trails.

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Indiana, Clark County

00 :05 hrs
0.3 mi
1.1269989 ft
Unknown

Louisville North Campground is the closest campground to downtown Louisville. It is a perfect location for visiting the city and major events. They have a variety of sites including tent sites with electric/water hookups, RV sites with full hookups, and cabins. All guests have access to showers, restrooms, laundry facility, playground, and dump station. The max RV length is 69 feet.

79

Illinois, Bolingbrook

00 :35 hrs
1.7 mi
9.232208 ft
Easy

This paved loop trail leads visitors through diverse terrain of prairie, wetland, and around a large lake just north of the DuPage River. The area provides lots of opportunity for wildlife viewing, especially a variety of waterfowl. There is also an additional non-paved trail for hikers only that leads off of the main loop to the west for those wanting to spend a little more time in the preserve. The preserve also offers picnic areas, fishing, and boating on the lake.

80

Indiana, Brown County

00 :12 hrs
0.5 mi
18.774002 ft
Unknown

This KOA is tucked away in a wooded setting. They offer a variety of sites including full or partial hookups, tent sites, and 2 camping cabins. Some of the onsite amenities include restrooms, showers, a dog park, pool, wifi, and cable tv. The facilities and clean and the park is well maintained.

81

Indiana, Jasper County

00 :24 hrs
1.2 mi
0.86898804 ft
Unknown

Located along the White River, this campground features 2 ponds and a lake for fishing and swimming. It is also close to Mounds State Park and other points of interest. They offer a variety of sites including full or partial hookups as well as 5 tent sites. Guests have access to the lake/ponds, restrooms, shower, a dump station, and laundry facilities. Some of the onsite activities are a playground, clubhouse, volleyball, and an activities field.

82

Indiana, Saint Joseph County

00 :18 hrs
0.9 mi
2.9589996 ft
Unknown

Located in Potato Creek State Park, Horsemen’s Campground has 67 sites for tent or trailer camping. You must have at least one horse to camp at this campground. Each site contains a hitching post, campfire ring, and picnic table. All guests have access to restrooms, showers, drinking water, a dump station, fish cleaning station, and convenience store. The cost per night ranges from $15-$33.

83

Indiana, Pulaski County

00 :14 hrs
0.7 mi
2.2249908 ft
Unknown

Acorn Oaks Campground is a privately owned campground located in a wooded setting just 20 minutes northwest of Indiana Beach. They have a variety of sites including tent or trailer sites as well as cabins. A small area is set aside for primitive tent camping. Full or partial hookups are available and guests have access to a playground, restrooms, showers, pond, and game room.

84

Pennsylvania, Indiana County

00 :47 hrs
1.3 mi
92.078735 ft
Moderate

You will find this path to be well marked, and yet, not groomed trail. With scenic views, going through woods and field, you will have a variety of challenges. Park entrance fee required.

85

Indiana, Parke County

00 :43 hrs
2.1 mi
7.8659973 ft
Unknown

Located in Turkey Run State Park, this campground has 209 electric sites available for tent or trailer camping. Each site contains a picnic table and fire ring. Guests also have access to restrooms, showers, hiking trails, a dump station, river for fishing, and much more. Campers enjoy hiking and exploring the scenic area.

86

Indiana, LaPorte County

00 :14 hrs
0.7 mi
2.5769958 ft
Unknown

Last Resort Campground is a small and family owned campground with a variety of sites including tent sites, full or partial hookup sites. They can accept big rigs and each site contains a picnic table and fire pit. Guests have access to restrooms, showers, dump station, laundry facility, and playground.

87

Indiana, Perry County

00 :15 hrs
0.7 mi
8.563995 ft
Unknown

Located in part of the Tipsaw Lake Recreation Area, Primrose Loop Campground offers 6 group sites for tent or trailer camping with a max of 65 total people. Each site contains a picnic table and fire ring. Guests also have access to showers, vault toilets, and drinking water at the main campground. The cost per night is $40 and reservations can be made at recreation.gov.

88

Indiana, Whitley County

00 :09 hrs
0.5 mi
2.6569824 ft
Unknown

Located on the north side of Blue Lake, this campground is popular among fishermen and skiiers. It is just 20 minutes away north of Fort Wayne, in Churubusco. They have 129 sites available for tent or trailer camping with full or partial hookups. Some of the onsite amenities include a sandy beach, large playground, camp store and access to laundry facilities, bathrooms, showers, and a dump station. The cost per night ranges from $20-$39.

89

Indiana, Hancock County

00 :15 hrs
0.7 mi
6.949997 ft
Unknown

S&H Campground is a family owned campground surrounded by mature trees, a stocked lake, and a peaceful creek. They are just 20 minutes away from Indianapolis and have a variety of sites, with over 250 available for tent or trailer camping with full or partial hookups provided. Cabins are also available. Guests have access to laundry facility, bath facilities, camp store, playgrounds, swimming pool, activity center, and a 3-acre fishing lake.

90

Kentucky, Louisville

01 :28 hrs
4 mi
26.893707 ft
Moderate

This trail is inside Cherokee Park. On this adventure, you will travel through open fields and wooded forest. Along the way, you will pass by Nettelroth Memorial Bird Sanctuary. Sections of the trail follow Beargrass Creek.Do not use the trail if it is muddy. Part of the trail is shared with mountain bikers.The Scenic Loop is a paved path that is also available. It is also used by vehicles but has designated lanes.

91

Indiana, Madison County

00 :06 hrs
0.3 mi
0.8779907 ft
Unknown

Glo Wood Campground offers easy access off I-69. They have pull through sites with full hookups as well as tent sites. It has a quiet and peaceful atmosphere with management that lives on the premises. Campers have access to a dump station, restrooms, showers and firewood for sale. The cost per night is $28.

92

Indiana, Ohio County

00 :36 hrs
1.8 mi
6.856003 ft
Unknown

Little Farm on the River sits in the wide open spaces of Indiana’s farm country along the western shore of the Ohio River. They have to different areas of camping. One area has sites along the river and the other has sites surrounding a fishing pond. There are full or partial hookups available as well as cabins. Guests have access to restrooms, showers, a pool, laundry facility, a country store, playgrounds, a recreation hall and more.

93

Indiana, Pulaski County

00 :19 hrs
1 mi
0.64201355 ft
Unknown

Located along the Tippecanoe River, this campground offers 109 sites with electric hookups for tent or trailer camping. 54 primitive sites are also available. Each site contains a picnic table and fire ring. Campers also have access to restrooms, drinking water, picnic shelters, a dump station, and boat launch. There is good opportunity for viewing wildlife and bird watching in this area.

94

Kentucky, Woodford County

04 :08 hrs
21.2 mi
84.63483 ft
Expert

The Kentucky Bourbon Trail is about 150 miles of roads connecting six distilleries. Along this tour, you will start and end at Woodford Reserve. You will also stop at Wild Turkey and Four Roses distilleries. This ride has one good climb with nice scenery and rolling hills. There is also a Six Distiller Tour with a short loop of 113 miles and a long loop of 146 miles.

95

Indiana, Morgan County

00 :25 hrs
1.2 mi
19.184006 ft
Unknown

3-Point Lake Campground is a privately owned campground that surrounds a 3-acre lake. They have tent or trailer sites. Each campground has water and electric services and some sites have full hookups. Guests have access to a 3-acre lake for fishing, restrooms, and laundry facilities.

96

Indiana, Merrillville

06 :03 hrs
7.3 mi
23.006271 ft
Easy

This trail is paved and mostly flat. It has a tunnel that goes under US Route 30. You can make this a one way ride or, you can turn around and go back to the point of entry.

97

Indiana, Wells County

00 :22 hrs
1.1 mi
9.526001 ft
Unknown

Located in Ouabache State Park, this small campground has 120 sites for tent or trailer camping. Each site contains a paved parking spot with a fire ring and picnic table. The campground has tons of trees that provide pleasant shade and sites are pretty roomy. Campers have access to restrooms and showers. Although the campground is open year round the amenities are limited from November through April.

98

Indiana, Marion County

00 :28 hrs
1.4 mi
1.946991 ft
Unknown

This is a centrally located campground in the Indy area. Sites are well maintained and the park is clean. Over 100 sites are available for tent or trailer camping with full or partial hookups. 20 tent-only sites are provided and each site contains a picnic table and fire ring. Guests have access to restrooms, showers, wifi and laundry facilities. The cost per night is $34.

99

Indiana, Perry County

00 :08 hrs
0.3 mi
8.8390045 ft
Unknown

The German Recreation Area has a multi-use trail, a short hiking trail around the scenic lake, and a campground. 20 sites are available for primitive camping. Each site contains a campfire grill and guests have access to a swimming area, picnicking, historic buildings, and vault toilets. Water is not potable for human use but available for horses. Horses and mountain bike riders are required to have a permit and stay on designated trails. Permits are available at US Forest Service office. The overnight camping fee is $8.

100

Indiana, Monroe County

00 :20 hrs
0.9 mi
15.468994 ft
Unknown

Yogi Bear’s Lake Monroe Campground and resort is a family friendly campground with fun amenities onsite. They have a variety of sites including tent or trailer sites, and cabins for rent. Sites are spacious and some have tree coverage for shade. Each site contains a picnic table and fire ring. Some of the onsite amenities include an outdoor pool, jumping pillow, volleyball, Yogi Bear’s Water Zone, and playground. Lake Monroe is just 2 hours away. Primitive tent sites start at $47 per night.

101

Indiana, Clinton County

00 :16 hrs
0.8 mi
5.3170013 ft
Unknown

Broadview Acres Campground is a family friendly campground with lots of onsite activities. There is a variety of sites available for camping including tent sites, RV sites/trailer sites. Some of the onsite amenities are fishing, restrooms, showers, playground, basketball court, and restrooms.

102

Indiana, Noble County

00 :57 hrs
2.7 mi
13.632019 ft
Unknown

Located in Chain O’ Lakes State Park, this campground offers campsites with electric hookups. Guests have access to flush toilets, hot water, showers, and a dump station. There is also a general store with basic essentials. Chain O’ Lakes has eight connecting lakes that can be paddled through and also has hiking trails throughout.

103

Indiana, Vermillion County

00 :30 hrs
1.4 mi
8.597 ft
Unknown

Located in a charming setting of spring-fed wooded landscapes, this campground offers a variety of camping. There are 11 lakes nearby and 40 bridges to visit. 134 sites are available for tent or trailer camping. Guests have access to a boat ramp, restrooms, showers, fishing, laundry facilities, swimming pool, and other onsite activities.

104

Indiana, Marion County

00 :12 hrs
0.6 mi
2.4450073 ft
Unknown

Indy Lakes Campground is a prime location for fishing and has a variety of camping options. A total of 51 sites are available, 5 of which are tent-only sites. All the trailer sites have full hookups, picnic tables, and a fire ring. Guests have access to restrooms, showers, laundry facility, and fishing supplies. The NASCAR Track is just 11 miles away.

105

Indiana, Lawrence County

00 :45 hrs
2.1 mi
17.681 ft
Unknown

Spring Mill State Park in known for its industrial village made by the pioneers in the 1800s. 185 electric sites are available and 36 primitive sites. Each site contains a picnic table, fire ring, and most of the sites have shade. Campers have access to restrooms, drinking water, picnic shelters, and a dump station. Visitors enjoy exploring the Pioneer village, Nature Center, Grissom Memorial, and Twin Caves Boat Tour.

106

Illinois, Joliet

01 :44 hrs
5.2 mi
19.05539 ft
Moderate

This large piece of land is the first national tallgrass prairie and one of the largest and most protected sections of land in all of the state of Illinois. The land was formerly used as an ammunition plant but is now being restored and converted back to its original state of farmlands, woodlands, prairies, and savannas. The trails within the prairie are excellent for many types of outdoor recreation including hiking, biking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing. The trails are mostly wide gravel and mowed trails with some sections of pavement. There are picnic sites available near the parking lot and at Turtle Pond.

107

Indiana, Owen County

00 :43 hrs
2 mi
21.733994 ft
Unknown

McCormick’s Creek State Park offers a variety of options for camping. They have 2 loops with electric hookups, a primitive tent area, and a youth camping area. There are 189 sites with electric hookups. All guests have access to vault toilets, showers, drinking water, and a dump station. Some of the highlights in the park include a flowing creek, scenic waterfall, a limestone canyon, and the Wolf Cave Nature Preserve.

108

Indiana, Marshall County

00 :28 hrs
1.4 mi
1.5079956 ft
Unknown

Pla-Mor Campground is located in the heart of Amish country on US Hwy 6. It has mature trees, green grass, and natural ponds. They have a variety of sites including tent or trailer sites. Guests have access to a camp store, catch & release fishing pond, swimming pool, restrooms, showers, and other activities throughout the summer.

109

Kentucky, Henderson

01 :10 hrs
3.3 mi
35.300156 ft
Moderate

This hike is a combination of King Benson, Back Country, Wilderness Lake, Kentucky Coffee Tree, and Woodpecker Trail. You will travel up and down ridges with hardwood forest and visit a small lake. You will find a lot of wildlife in the in the area. In the winter, you can have good views of the Ohio River. There is a 0.9 mile pet trail close to the museum.

110

Indiana, LaPorte County

00 :20 hrs
1 mi
10.269012 ft
Unknown

Michigan City Campground is a privately owned family campground just 4 miles from Lake Michigan. They have sites for tent or trailer camping and can accommodate big rigs. Cabins are also available. They have full or partial hookups available and primitive tent sites. Each site contains a fire pit and picnic table. Guests have access to a fishing pond, camp store, swimming pool, restrooms, showers, a laundry room, and playground.

111

Indiana, Marion County

00 :50 hrs
2.2 mi
25.925354 ft
Moderate

This trail is in Eagle Creek Park. There are some rolling hills and a nice view of the reservoir. The trail can get muddy after rain.

112

Indiana, Spencer County

01 :20 hrs
3.9 mi
21.557129 ft
Moderate

Visiting this park is such a great experience; you will feel like you are stepping back in time into Abraham Lincoln’s childhood. You will be walking through beautiful pines, by the lake and by the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial. You are welcome to stop and tour it. Fee required.

113

Indiana, Warrick County

00 :59 hrs
3.7 mi
18.383377 ft
Moderate

This is a system of trails. Be watchful to make sure you stay on the course you started. Be aware that ATVs still heavily use this trail. Going through woods and fields, and ending on paved road on the way back to the Recreation Center. Mountain biking is free; there are fees for swimming and to use the showers.

114

Indiana, Porter County

00 :30 hrs
1.5 mi
1.673996 ft
Unknown

Located in Indiana Dunes State Park, this campground is surrounded by recreation and diverse terrain. There is beach, dunes, marshes, swamp, and hardwood forests. They have over 140 sites available for tent or trailer camping with a max trailer length of 55 feet long. Guests have access to toilets, a dump station, picnic tables, trails, drinking water and lots of onsite activities. The cost per night ranges from $23-$33.

115

Indiana, Fort Wayne

00 :35 hrs
2.9 mi
6.5252075 ft
Moderate

On this ride, you have quick access to several parks. Riding by neighborhoods, a couple of climbs, paved all the way, this can be a one way or an out and back ride (out and back is how it is mapped).

116

Indiana, Greene County

00 :30 hrs
1.4 mi
5.179001 ft
Unknown

Shakamak Lake State Park has three man-made lakes for fishing and boating. 121 sites have electric hookups, 8 sites have full hookups and 42 are non-electric sites. Cabins are also available for reservation. Most of the sites are available in a wooded area that provides good shade. Each site contains a picnic table and fire ring. Campers have access to restrooms, a dump station, a boat ramp, and drinking water.

117

Indiana, West Lafayette

00 :36 hrs
1.7 mi
10.441711 ft
Easy

Because of the wetlands, boots are highly recommended in this park. At the Lily Nature Center, you can get packs that will guide you in discovering vegetation, animal life and topography in the Celery Bog. You will walk through wetland, woods and a boardwalk. There are many classes offered at the Lily Nature Center year-round.

118

Indiana, Orange County

00 :05 hrs
0.3 mi
5.576996 ft
Unknown

Shirley Creek Horsecamp is a primitive campground used for horse camping, however, other campers are welcome. Guests have access to vault toilets, hitching posts, and water for livestock. There is no drinking water so campers need to bring their own. Horses and mountain bike riders (age 17 years and older) are required to have a permit and stay on trails.

119

Indiana, Vanderburgh County

00 :23 hrs
1.1 mi
15.213997 ft
Unknown

Located among the rolling hills and woodland in Evansville, this campground is a prime location for outdoor events. They have several multi-use buildings and a grandstand arena. 41 sites are available for tent or trailer camping. Full or partial hookups are provided and all guests have access to restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, a pond and nature trails. No horses are allowed in the campground. The cost per night is $40.

120

Illinois, Chicago

01 :49 hrs
18.3 mi
17.169739 ft
Moderate

Starting along the Major Taylor Trail in Dan Ryan Woods Forest Preserve, the scenery along this ride quickly turns from peaceful wooded terrain to a busier suburban ride that passes through multiple towns and residential areas that vary in appearance and feel. The route passes through some residential areas known for large historic mansions and areas that offer a more quaint and modest atmosphere. The route mostly follows low-traffic residential streets with only some small rolling hills making it a great choice for riders of all skill levels.

121

Indiana, Harrison County

00 :25 hrs
1.2 mi
8.42099 ft
Unknown

Located in O’Bannon Woods State Park, the Horseman's Campground offers 20 non-electrical sites for tent or trailer camping. The campground is quiet and sites are roomy with thick cover of trees. There is plenty of things to do in the area like hiking, horseback riding, or visiting the nature center. Each site contains a fire pit, hitching post, and picnic table. Guests have access to restrooms, and drinking water. You must have at least one horse to camp in these sites. The maximum vehicle length is 65ft. Long. Sites are available year round but amenities are limited from November to April.

122

Indiana, Orange County

00 :11 hrs
0.5 mi
10.220001 ft
Unknown

This primitive campground is located in Hoosier National Forest and is designed for horse camping, however, any campers are welcome. There is room for about 50 campsites. Guests have access to vault toilets, hitching racks, and a picnic shelter. There is no water provided so guests should prepare accordingly. Horses and mountain bike riders (age 17 years and older) are required to have a permit and stay on trails.

123

Indiana, Madison County

00 :12 hrs
0.6 mi
8.867981 ft
Unknown

Located along the White River, this campground features 2 ponds and a lake for fishing and swimming. It is also close to Mounds State Park and other points of interest. They offer a variety of sites including full or partial hookups as well as 5 tent sites. Guests have access to the lake/ponds, restrooms, shower, a dump station, and laundry facilities. Some of the onsite activities are a playground, clubhouse, volleyball, and an activities field.

124

Indiana, Putnam County

00 :36 hrs
1.8 mi
4.1609955 ft
Unknown

Poplar Grove Campground is located in the Cagles Mill Lieber State Recreation Area. They have over 100 sites for tent or trailer camping with electric hookups. Guests have access to pit toilets throughout the campground as well as comfort stations. 42 of the sites are wheelchair accessible. Some of the activities campers enjoy are fishing, boating, hiking, and hunting. The cost ranges from $16-$35.

125

Indiana, Boone County

06 :13 hrs
11.6 mi
34.602158 ft
Moderate

This rail-trail ride will take you by fields, through hardwoods, over an iron bridge and neighborhoods. There are paths on the side for equestrians throughout the trail. No restrooms or drinking water along the way.

126

Indiana, Brown County

01 :27 hrs
5.6 mi
68.30519 ft
Moderate

This is a double and single-track trail. Goes through a lot of ravines and various technical descends and climbs. Park is open year-round with the exceptions of summer camp and when the trails are too muddy to ride. Be watchful for hikers, campers and cross-country skiers. Entrance fee required.

127

Indiana, Starke County

00 :11 hrs
0.5 mi
3.0340118 ft
Unknown

EZ Kamp is located a few minutes away from Lake Koontz. It sits in a scenic atmosphere and offers good family-friendly camping. There is a total of 107 for tent or trailer camping. FUll or partial hookups are provided and cabins are also available. Each site contains a fire pit and picnic table. Guests also have access to restrooms, have a variety of sites including tent or trailer sites. Cabins are also available. Some of the onsite amenities include a heated salt-water pool, playground, basketball, volleyball, restrooms, showers, and laundry room.

128

Indiana, Ohio County

00 :12 hrs
0.6 mi
2.706009 ft
Unknown

This campground is a prime location being 2 miles away from Rising Star Casino and right along the historic Ohio River. A variety of sites are available including tent or trailer sites as well as cabins. Partial hookups are provided and guests have access to restrooms, showers, a pool, basketball court, volleyball, and horseshoes. The rate per night for a standard site is $40.

129

Indiana, Hammond

00 :46 hrs
3.8 mi
1.349289 ft
Easy

The Lake George Trail goes by Lake George and Wolf Lake. Paved through out it takes the rider through a doublewide path by the lakes, through neighborhoods and an overpass. Vegetation is found along the way.

130

Indiana, Cass County

00 :14 hrs
0.7 mi
2.4519958 ft
Unknown

Tall Sycamore Campground sits on the banks of Wabash River on a one mile tree-lined road. A variety of sites are available including primitive sites, and 50-amp pull thru sites. Guests have access to bathrooms, a swimming pool, a camp store, playgrounds, basketball court and other planned activities throughout the season.

131

Indiana, Henry County

00 :18 hrs
0.9 mi
2.1479797 ft
Unknown

New Lisbon Family Campground is a prime location for recreation and is close to several points of interest including Wilbur Wright State Wildlife, New Castle Motorsports Park, Farmer’s Pike Festival, and more. They offer a variety of camping including tent or trailer camping, cabins, and seasonal sites. Sites are gravel and have full hookups with access to laundry facilities, bathhouse, picnic tables, and fire rings.

132

Indiana, Terre Haute

00 :12 hrs
0.6 mi
1.3650055 ft
Unknown

Located in Indiana's Wabash Valley, Terre Haute KOA has a variety of camping options including tent sites, trailer sites, teepees, and camping cabins. Full or partial hookups are available. They can accommodate big rigs and provide tons of onsite activities. Campers have access to restrooms, showers, a dog park, and dumpster.

133

Indiana, Columbus

00 :07 hrs
0.3 mi
1.5050049 ft
Unknown

Columbus Woods n Waters Kampground is a Good Sam Campground that has over 100 sites for tent or trailer camping. Full or partial hookups are available with a max trailer length of 60 feet long. Some of the onsites amenities include restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, heated pool, fishing, and other activities. The cost per night is $38.

134

Indiana, Elkhart

00 :14 hrs
0.7 mi
0.7649994 ft
Unknown

Located in the RV Capital of the world, Elkhart Campground has over 200 sites for tent or trailer camping. They have a variety of sites from full or partial hookups. Some of the onsite amenities include restrooms, showers, laundry facility, heated pool, mini golf, pickleball, and an exercise room. The cost per night is $41 to $46.

135

Indiana, Parke County

00 :60 hrs
2.8 mi
15.056992 ft
Unknown

Located on the shores of Raccoon Lake, this campground offers 240 electric sites and 39 non-electric sites. An area for primitive camping is also available in a different area. Each site contains a picnic table and fire ring. Many of the sites are wooded with good shade. All guests have access to restrooms, showers, and a boat ramp for access to the lake. Recreating at the lake is the main attraction here.

136

Indiana, Saint Joseph County

00 :31 hrs
1.4 mi
26.452988 ft
Unknown

Mini Mountain Campground is a privately owned campground nestled in the woods. They have a variety of accommodations and sites available including full or partial hookups for tent or trailer camping. Some of the onsite amenities include restrooms, showers, a swimming pool, camp store, fishing pond, and other activities throughout the year. Primitive tent sites begin at $25 per night.

137

Indiana, Elkhart County

00 :11 hrs
0.5 mi
8.194977 ft
Unknown

Located in Amish country, this KOA has a variety of sites including tent or trailer sites as well as cabins. Campers enjoy the quiet life of the Amish and visiting the local towns of Shipshewana and Middlebury. There are tons activities onsite and the campground offers a shuttle service for a small fee. Some of the onsite amenities include restrooms, showers, catch & release fishing pond, dog park, playground, laundry services, and corn hole.

138

Illinois, Will County

00 :41 hrs
3.6 mi
24.41455 ft
Easy

This section of the Hickory Creek Bikeway Trail travels through Hickory Creek Forest Preserve where riders will enjoy riding along a ravine and over wooded terrain near Hickory Creek. The trail can be done as an out-and-back or as a loop trail by connecting following Old Plank Road Trail and Schoolhouse Road back to the trailhead. The trail is a paved multi-use trail that is also popular with walker and joggers so watch out for others along the route.

139

Indiana, Bluffton

00 :14 hrs
0.7 mi
1.2389984 ft
Unknown

This wooded KOA is located in a small Indiana town. They offer a variety of sites including, full or partial hookups sites as well as tent sites and cabins. The campground does fun activities throughout the camping season like face painting, car show, outdoor movies, and more. Guests have access to restrooms, showers, laundry facility, camp store, and swimming pool.

140

Indiana, Brown County

00 :23 hrs
1.1 mi
3.871994 ft
Unknown

Located in Brown County State Park, Horseman Campground offers 91 sites for primitive style camping. Each site contains a picnic table, fire ring, and parking spur. Guests have access to drinking water and pit toilets. Up to 6 horses may be tied and an annual horse tag is required for each horse. The cost per night is $15. The Horseman Campground entrance, for Horseman Campground (Equestrian) users only, is off SR 135, five miles south of the intersection with SR 46.

141

Indiana, Randolph County

00 :12 hrs
0.6 mi
3.5579834 ft
Unknown

Grandview Bend is a privately owned campground with large sites and lots for the kids to do. The grounds are well maintained and the facilities are clean. They can accommodate tents or trailers and have partial hookups only. Guests have access to showers, restrooms, and various activities throughout the season.

142

Indiana, Tippecanoe County

00 :14 hrs
0.7 mi
5.3549957 ft
Unknown

Wolfe’s Leisure Time Campground is located on the rural Americus section of Lafayette near the Wabash River. They have a variety of sites including tent sites, motor homes, and camp trailers. Full or partial hookups are provided. Some of the onsite amenities include a swimming pool, basketball, restrooms/showers, volleyball, 2 playgrounds, a boat ramp, and river fishing.

143

Kentucky, Spencer County

01 :01 hrs
2.9 mi
53.06653 ft
Moderate

There are 16 miles of trails within Taylorsville Lake State Park. This area can be very hot in the summer and it is recommended to hike in the spring and fall. This is a common area to see several species of birds. This trail is also used by equestrians and mountain bikers.If you are looking for more hiking adventures in the area, there is another mapped section of the trail that is on the south side of Park Road.

144

Indiana, Wayne County

00 :09 hrs
0.4 mi
4.66803 ft
Unknown

Richmond KOA offers a variety of camping options including tent sites, full or partial hookups sites, and camping cabins. It is home to the 1839 red brick home called the “Grand Central Station of the Underground Railroad” where Levi and Catharine Coffin hid 2,000 runaway slaves. There is an onsite fishing pond for guest use and other onsite activities. The grounds and facilities are well maintained. All guests have access to restrooms, showers, a dump station, and laundry facilities.

145

Indiana, Decatur County

00 :34 hrs
1.6 mi
11.829987 ft
Unknown

Hidden Paradise Campground is located along the river and has over 150 wooded sites for tent or trailer camping. They also have group camping and cabins available. There is a variety of sites choose from including primitive sites, electric/water sites, full hookup sites, and seasonal sites. Guests have access to laundry facilities, hot showers, restrooms, a camp store, and dump station. There are also plenty of activities on site like volleyball, basketball, game room, fishing, a water park and more. The cost per night ranges from $32-$40 per night.

146

Indiana, Monroe County

01 :03 hrs
3 mi
5.2380066 ft
Unknown

Paynetown Campground is located on Monroe Lake 6 miles south of Bloomington. It is the largest lake in Indiana. They have 221 electric sites, 72 primitive sites, and 18 tent-only sites. Some of the amenities include toilets, a marina, dumping station, basketball court, drinking water, and a camp store. The cost per night ranges from $10-$35.

147

Indiana, Orange County

01 :55 hrs
5.4 mi
13.466995 ft
Unknown

Patoka Lake Campground is a large campground south of French Lick and West Baden on the shores of Patoka Lake. They have over 400 sites for tent or trailer camping with electric hookups. Each site contains a picnic table and fire ring. The maximum trailer length is 65 feet long. All guests have access to restrooms, dump station, showers, and a boat ramp. Although the campground is open year round the facilities are limited. The cost per night is $19 to $35.

148

Indiana, Putnam County

00 :36 hrs
1.8 mi
4.1609955 ft
Unknown

Sunny Acres Campground is located in the Cagles Mill Lieber State Recreation Area. They have sites for tent or trailer camping but no hookups are provided and the max trailer length is 60ft. Long. Guests have access to pit toilets throughout the campground. The campground is open year round, however, the facilities are limited during the winter months. Some of the activities campers enjoy are fishing, boating, hiking, and hunting. The cost ranges from $16-$35.

149

Indiana, Anderson

00 :15 hrs
0.7 mi
9.631989 ft
Unknown

Located in Mounds State Park, this family campground has 72 sites for tent or trailer camping. There is also a youth tent area. Each site contains electric hookups, a picnic table, and the max trailer length is 60 feet long. Guests have access to a picnic shelter, restrooms, drinking water, fishing, and a boat ramp. The cost per night ranges from $16-$35.

150

Indiana, Porter County

00 :03 hrs
0.1 mi
1.0999908 ft
Unknown

Mink Lake Campground is a small campground on the shore of Mink Lake. It is a great location for fishing that is cozy and quiet. The scenery is beautiful. There are just a handful of sites available for tent or trailer camping on a first come, first serve basis. Electric hookups are provided and guests have access to restrooms and drinking water.

151

Indiana, Perry County

00 :38 hrs
1.7 mi
17.522003 ft
Unknown

This campground offers 2 loops of camping with a total of 63 sites for tent or trailer camping. Each loop has a centralized water area, flush toilets, hot showers, and a recharge table for electric boat motors. A maximum of 2 vehicles and 8 persons are allowed in each single site. Double sites are available also. The North Face Loop is open year-round. Primitive sites cost $20 and electric sites are $27. Campers enjoy hiking, boating, fishing, and picnicking.

152

Indiana, Brown County

00 :18 hrs
0.8 mi
12.164001 ft
Unknown

Located in Brown County State Park, this campground offers about 100 sites for tent or trailer camping on a first come, first serve basis. Sites all have electric hookups and the facilities are clean, well maintained and sites are in a wooded setting. Guests have access to water, a playground, dumping station, showers, and restrooms. The overnight camping fee ranges from $23-$33. All RV's and Vehicles towing Trailers MUST use the park's West Entrance off of SR 46 two miles west of Nashville Indiana. The park's North Entrance east of Nashville has a historic Covered Bridge with a 9' height clearance and 3 ton weight limits and over-size vehicles are prohibited and cannot enter here.

153

Indiana, Jennings County

00 :03 hrs
0.1 mi
3.298996 ft
Unknown

Deer Creek Campground is a small and privately owned campground that is family friendly. They have tent or trailer sites with electric and water hookups and can accommodate big rigs. Each site contains a fire ring and campers also have access to restrooms and showers.

154

Indiana, Portage

02 :03 hrs
10.3 mi
8.53093 ft
Hard

On this ride, you will find great flora and fauna. You will ride through prairie grasslands and hardwood forest. Bikers yield to hikers and in the winter one can cross-country ski.

155

Indiana, Noble County

00 :41 hrs
1 mi
5.9320984 ft
Easy

You will find wooded parts, wetlands, bird watching and different ecosystems to be observed. The Nature Center where you can have hands on experience is usually open during weekdays from 8:30 to 4:30. Visitors should call before coming. The use of tobacco and alcohol are prohibited. Pets are allowed but discouraged. On an interesting note, bring your own toilet paper.

156

Illinois, Iroquois County

00 :45 hrs
2.3 mi
5.050293 ft
Easy

This wildlife area is a great place to go for a hike if you are looking for lots of solitude and beautiful scenery in a natural and remote setting. The trails provide great opportunity for viewing a variety of wildflowers and wildlife as you hike through diverse terrain consisting of woodlands, savannas, wetlands, and prairies. The trails are mowed grass and are only open for hiking. There are also multiple unmarked trails within the park that can be used to explore more of the area. The wildlife area provides parking, pit toilets, and some picnic tables but otherwise is quite primitive.

157

Indiana, Kosciusko County

00 :14 hrs
0.7 mi
1.2840118 ft
Unknown

Hoffman Lake Campground is a quiet campground that sits on the shore of Hoffman Lake. A 200-acre fishing pond is also available for guest use. They have a variety of sites including tent or trailer sites with full or partial hookups. Sites are surrounded by green grass and can also accommodate big rigs. Each site has a paved patio, grill, picnic table, and fire ring. 2 rustic cabins are also available for reservation on the lakefront.

158

Indiana, Saint Joseph County

00 :52 hrs
2.5 mi
10.606003 ft
Unknown

Potato Creek State Park has a variety of camping options with over 200 sites for tent or trailer camping. Electric hookups are available and the max site length is 63 feet. Each site contains a picnic table, fire ring, and gravel parking. All guests have access to restrooms, showers, drinking water, a dump station, fish cleaning station, and convenience store. The cost per night ranges from $16-$33.

159

Indiana, Pulaski County

00 :19 hrs
1 mi
0.64201355 ft
Unknown

Located along the Tippecanoe River in a wooded setting, this equestrian campground offers 54 primitive sites for campers with horses. You must have a horse to camp in the equestrian campgrounds. Each site contains a picnic table and fire ring. Campers also have access to restrooms, drinking water, picnic shelters, a dump station, and boat launch. There is good opportunity for viewing wildlife and bird watching in this area.

160

Indiana, Posey County

01 :03 hrs
3 mi
6.4210052 ft
Unknown

Located in Harmonie State Park, this campground offers over 200 sites for tent or trailer camping. Electrical hookups are available and the max trailer length is 65 feet long. Each site contains gravel parking, a picnic table, fire ring, and room for 2 vehicles to park. Guests have access to restrooms, drinking water, and showers. The campground is open year round but the amenities are limited from November to April. The cost per night ranges from $16-$33.

161

Indiana, Scott County

00 :20 hrs
1 mi
3.1179962 ft
Unknown

W ooster Campground sits on the west side of Hardy Lake. It is the smaller campground of the 2 and sites are more primitive. They can accommodate tents or small trailers with a max length of 45 feet long. Each site contains a fire ring and picnic table. The lake is within walking distance and shade is easy to find. Campers enjoy fishing, water skiing, hiking, and hunting during hunting season. The cost per night is $10.

162

Illinois, Mokena

01 :27 hrs
4.2 mi
19.915924 ft
Moderate

Van Horne preserve offers dirt and paved trails that explore the natural habitat around Hickory Creek that is home to abundant wildlife and plantlife. Sections of the trail are part of the Hickory Creek Bikeway Trail which is paved and used for biking so pay attention during this section of the hike. This hike includes some spur trails that explore more of the area but the hike can be shortened by skipping these short side routes.

163

Illinois, Will County

00 :57 hrs
2.7 mi
10.844559 ft
Moderate

The trails within Goodenow Grove Nature Preserve provide hikers with lots of solitude, shade, and excellent scenery just 35 miles from downtown Chicago. Multiple trails within the preserve are combined to complete this scenic route which travels through dense woodlands, open prairies, and lush grasslands passing multiple small ponds and creeks along the way. The diverse vegetation and terrain in the preserve provides great opportunity for viewing a wide variety of birds and plants. The preserve offers restrooms, picnic areas, and primitive camping.

164

Indiana, Newton County

00 :24 hrs
1.2 mi
5.4559937 ft
Unknown

Pioneer Family Campground is known for their large and spacious sites in a heavily wooded setting. There is a variety of sites including primitive tent sites, and trailer sites with full or partial hookups. Cabins are also available. Each site contains a picnic table and guests have access to a playground, restrooms, showers, a country store, and dump station.

165

Indiana, Sullivan County

03 :17 hrs
8.6 mi
39.45343 ft
Easy

Hiking trails

166

Indiana, Huntington County

00 :32 hrs
1.6 mi
3.5930023 ft
Unknown

Located at Salamonie Lake, this campground consists of 3 loops for camping. Apple Orchard loop offers 38 sites for tent or trailer camping. There are no hookups and the max trailer length is 60 feet long. The other 2 loops are Horsemen sites and you must have at least one horse present to camp in those sites. All sites have a picnic table and fire ring. Guests have access to restrooms and drinking water. The cost per night ranges from $13-$15.

167

Indiana, Bartholomew County

00 :24 hrs
1.2 mi
5.675003 ft
Unknown

Ceraland Campground offers a variety of sites for camping with a total of 308 sites. They have full or partial hookups available and 6 camper cabins. Shower houses and restrooms are located throughout the campground, and a centrally located dump station and laundry facility are provided. There is an 11-acre stocked lake for fishing, basketball courts, horseshoe pits, tennis courts, and much more.

168

Indiana, Jackson County

00 :26 hrs
1.3 mi
7.401001 ft
Unknown

Starve Hollow Campground has 90 electric sites, some of which are right on the shore of the lake, 55 full hookups sites, and a few cabins. Each site contains a picnic table, fire ring, and access to restrooms and drinking water. Campers can purchase firewood onsite and there are concessions and boat rentals on the weekend. 6 people per site are allowed

169

Indiana, Ripley County

00 :19 hrs
0.9 mi
3.1119995 ft
Unknown

Batesville KOA is located between Indianapolis and Cincinnati and is surrounded by a hardwood forest and offers tons of recreation on site. They have a variety of sites including full or partial hookup sites. Some of the onsite activities include fishing ponds, a pool, mini golf course, volleyball, and horseshoes. During the summer months, there are also themed weekends. Guests have access to restrooms, showers, a dump station, and store.

170

Indiana, Knox County

00 :15 hrs
0.7 mi
3.2900085 ft
Unknown

New Vision RV Park is a small, privately owned campground in Knox County. 23 back-in sites are available with electric hookups and a max of 60 feet long. There is an additional 16 pull-through sites and 6 primitive tent-only sites. Guests have access to a fish cleaning stations, fish pond, dumpster, restrooms, and laundry facilities.

171

Indiana, Marion County

02 :23 hrs
12 mi
32.95169 ft
Hard

You will ride through a long stretch of the Monon Trail. Going through neighborhoods, wooded patches, cross bridges and go into business area. Mostly flat, it offers a variety of views. Remember to bring water.

172

Indiana, Switzerland County

00 :22 hrs
1.1 mi
1.5090027 ft
Unknown

This is a big RV Park that is clean, well maintained, and can accept big rigs. There is a total of 130 sites all with full hookups. Each site contains a concrete pad, picnic table, and fire ring. Some of the onsite amenities include a jumping pillow, playground, swimming pool, restrooms, and showers. The cost per night ranges from $43 to $53.

173

Indiana, Scott County

00 :20 hrs
1 mi
3.1179962 ft
Unknown

Shale Bluff Campground sits on the west side of Hardy Lake. It is the larger campground of the 2 and all sites have electric hookups, a picnic table, and fire pit. Parking is on gravel and the max trailer length is 55 ft. Guests have access to restrooms, showers, a boat ramp, dump station, and picnic shelter. The cost per night ranges from $16-$30.

174

Illinois, Cook County

00 :55 hrs
2.7 mi
9.41832 ft
Moderate

Located in the southwest suburbs of Chiciago, visitors to the Midlothian Reservoir area will enjoy a nice trail that leads through scenic woodlands full of wildlife. The trail takes hikers right past the reservoir which is a great place to stop and enjoy the scenery and do some fishing. The trail is not paved and is more remote than some of the other trails within the Tinley Creek Trail System to which it connects.

175

Indiana, Henry County

00 :28 hrs
1.4 mi
5.8200073 ft
Unknown

Located in Summit Lake State Park on the south shore of the lake, this campground offers 121 electric and water hookups for tent or trailer camping. Each site contains a picnic table and fire ring. Comfort stations are also found throughout and have restrooms, and showers for camper use. Some of the popular activities are fishing, boating, swimming, and hiking. There is a good opportunity for viewing wildlife and bird watching.

176

Indiana, Miami County

01 :31 hrs
4.4 mi
8.626999 ft
Unknown

Located at Mississinewa Lake, this large campground contains over 400 sites for tent or trailer camping. Cabins are also available. Each site has electric hookups and the maximum length is 60 feet. Guests have access to restrooms, showers, dump station, beach, and boat ramp. The campground is open year round but the amenities are limited from November through April.

177

Indiana, Parke County

00 :28 hrs
1.3 mi
10.358002 ft
Unknown

Peaceful Waters Campground sits around a small fishing pond and has a variety of camping including electric sites, primitive sites, and cabins. Full or partial hookups are available and all guests have access to the fishing pond, restrooms, showers, and several onsite activities. The cost per night is $22 for primitive sites, and full hookups are $35.

178

Indiana, Harrison County

00 :33 hrs
1.6 mi
7.152008 ft
Unknown

Located in O’Bannon Woods State Park, the ABCD Campground offers 280 electrical sites for tent or trailer camping. The campground is quiet and sites are roomy with thick cover of trees. There is plenty of things to do in the area like hiking, horseback riding, or visiting the nature center. Each site contains a fire pit and picnic table.

179

Indiana, Hancock County

00 :19 hrs
0.9 mi
5.154999 ft
Unknown

Indianapolis KOA is a prime location that is conveniently located close to downtown but still has a country feel. They have a variety of sites including tent or trailer sites with full or partial hookups as well as cabins. Some of the onsite amenities include a swimming pool, dog park, wifi, restrooms, showers and more. It is 20 minutes away from the famous Speedway, 15 minutes away from the Children’s Museum, Lucas Oil Stadium, and Indy Zoo.

180

Indiana, Warrick County

01 :40 hrs
6.2 mi
- ft
Moderate

Wear a helmet at all times. Fast and difficult are two words that perfectly describe this ride. There are some technical elements, rolling hills and the trail is very well kept.

181

Indiana, Perry County

00 :20 hrs
0.9 mi
5.8680115 ft
Unknown

Located in part of the Tipsaw Lake Recreation Area, Goldenrod Loop has a 5 sites with a max of 65 total people. There is one electrical hookup provided. Each site contains a picnic table and fire ring. Guests also have access to showers, vault toilets, and drinking water. The cost per night is $45 for group sites. Reservations can be made at recreation.gov.

182

Indiana, Lake County

01 :02 hrs
2.5 mi
7.400116 ft
Easy

Enjoy the beautiful views of the woods in the winter during your skiing. You may rent equipment from the park, first come first serve. Dogs and horses are prohibited during skiing season.

183

Indiana, Greene County

00 :23 hrs
1.1 mi
7.3049927 ft
Unknown

Hilbilly Acres Campground is a privately owned campground that sits on the edge of the Greene-Sullivan State Forest. They offer a variety of sites including tent or trailer sites, cabins, and mobile homes. Campers have access to restrooms, showers, drinking water, a dump station, and firewood.

184

Indiana, Clark County

00 :24 hrs
1.2 mi
- ft
Easy

This park has Devonian fossil outcrop areas. There are 72 bird species, with an occasional bald eagle. You will also enjoy great views and karst sinkhole topography. You will see songbirds, birds of pray and wildlife. There are scenic views of the Fourteenmile Creek along the way. And the different vegetation found in the floodplain forest.

185

Indiana, Washington County

01 :36 hrs
4.1 mi
53.68277 ft
Moderate

You will be crossing ravines, roads and ridge tops. Look out for the geode-laden streams and the different kinds of vegetation you will be seeing. This part of the Knobstone trail is open for hunting during hunting season. Keep in mind there is no drinking water or restrooms at the trailheads. What you carry in, has to be carried out. No fee.

186

Indiana, Richmond

02 :23 hrs
4.7 mi
51.3136 ft
Moderate

This is a singletrack, mostly flat trail. In the fall, the colors are beautiful. You will enjoy great views of the Whitewater River and lots of vegetation throughout the ride. You may make it a one way or an out and back ride (this is how it is mapped).

187

Indiana, Miami County

00 :34 hrs
1.6 mi
10.582031 ft
Easy

This park has a couple of unique things to do. You will find Radio-control flying field, Frisbee golf course and Sports courts. In the spring, the wild flowers are in full bloom on this path. Be prepared to go on a self-guided walk through mature woods. Park Entry fee required.

188

Illinois, Olney

01 :48 hrs
18 mi
11.04184 ft
Moderate

This ride explores the city of Olney, known for its white squirrel colonies, and the surrounding lake and farmland areas. The ride travels through remote and scenic agricultural areas on the outskirts of Olney before passing through wooded terrain near East Fork, Webber, and Borah Lakes. The ride does offer some gentle rolling hills but nothing too strenuous or challenging making it a good choice for riders of all skill levels. There are a few sections that see a little more traffic on narrow roads so be cautious and watch out for cars.

189

Indiana, Clark County

00 :46 hrs
2.3 mi
- ft
Moderate

This park has Devonian fossil outcrop areas. There are 72 bird species, with an occasional bald eagle. You will also enjoy great views and karst sinkhole topography. This trail has beautiful displays of wildflowers. It takes the hiker by parts of the Fourteenmile Creek. In the middle of the hike, a peak of 100 feet above the water offers beautiful views of the creek. You will go through rolling land and hardwood forest.

190

Indiana, Terre Haute

01 :47 hrs
8.9 mi
22.089798 ft
Moderate

On this ride, you will enjoy going through the city’s oldest neighborhood. Some of the houses date back to the mid- 1800s. You will pass through fields and commercial areas. You will enjoy a mostly flat ride, riding through wooded areas and reservoirs on the side for a change of view.

191

Indiana, Crawford County

08 :21 hrs
21.9 mi
139.94586 ft
Extreme

A curious fact about this park, it has a working haypress barn, it uses oxen for power and a pioneer farmstead. This hike is a backpacking one. It is beyond the park limits, into the Harrison-Crawford State Forest. Park entry fee required.

192

Kentucky, Louisville

01 :26 hrs
7.2 mi
14.298538 ft
Moderate

This cycling adventure will start at the lake near Cherokee Park. You will start on the paved, Beargrass Creek Trail and then travel on the road. You will travel through downtown Louisville, cross over the Ohio River by traveling on the George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge (Second Street Bridge.) You will then find yourself in Jeffersonville, Indiana. At your turnaround point, you will have some nice views of downtown Louisville from Emery's Crossing.

193

Indiana, Pulaski County

00 :30 hrs
1.5 mi
12.787308 ft
Easy

The park is known for canoeing, it has something for everyone year-round. Bring your own gear and you can Cross-country ski in the winter months. Although rare, rattlesnakes are present in this trail, stay on the marked path and be watchful of where you step. On both sides of the path, you will find down timber. You will pass swamp, a lagoon, walk over a bridge, and go through pine plantation and open fields. Snowmobiles, ATVs and golf carts are prohibited. Entrance fee required.

194

Indiana, Wells County

02 :05 hrs
6.2 mi
17.873978 ft
Hard

The park has something for everyone. Fishing, hiking, biking on paved trails, swimming and sports courts. Going around the park, you will get to walk through every kind of vegetation in the area. Because the trail goes around, it will touch all the other trails, watch your marks to stay on the right one. The entry fee to the park is higher for out of state vehicles.

195

Indiana, Owen County

00 :12 hrs
0.5 mi
21.798462 ft
Easy

You will go through a canyon and see waterfalls. On this hike there is a creek crossing without a bridge. Depending on the water levels, crossing the creek might not be possible. The entry fee to the park is higher for out of state vehicles.

196

Indiana, Clark County

00 :21 hrs
1 mi
6.076004 ft
Easy

This park has Devonian fossil outcrop areas. There are 72 bird species, with an occasional bald eagle. You will also enjoy great views and karst sinkhole topography. This trail has hillsides with mixed deciduous hardwood, which makes for great fall colors. It has several views of small cascades and low streams.

197

Indiana, Evansville

01 :10 hrs
6 mi
10.702362 ft
Moderate

Paved all the way through, cyclists, hikers and joggers share the trail year-round. Not many shady spots, which can make it hot during the summer months. The views are amazing and this is an easy ride. With parking at both ends, the rider can decide if they want to make this a one-way or an out and back ride. This mapping is done as an out and back ride.

198

Indiana, Owen County

00 :49 hrs
2.2 mi
51.92787 ft
Moderate

Trail#5 takes you to the Wolf Cave Nature Preserve. On the way, there you will cross Litten Branch. And hike through a Beech Maple forest. The entry fee to the park is higher for out of state vehicles.

199

Kentucky, Shelby County

02 :59 hrs
30.2 mi
96.82332 ft
Hard

Your journey starts in Shelbyville and takes you to Jeptha Knob. Jeptha Knob is a crypto-volcano that reaches 1,188 feet and can be seen from several miles away. There are a few steep grades along the way, the steepest being on Jeptha Knob Road. Once your reach the dirt road, you can walk up near the radio tower. This view, from Jeptha Knob, offers some nice views to the north. You will travel on three busy roads. Two of them offer wide shoulders. US 60 is the only road that doesn't have as wide of a shoulder.

200

Indiana, Sullivan County

01 :20 hrs
3.9 mi
6.8873596 ft
Moderate

The Shakamak Park has a lot to offer. Swimming, fishing, kayaking are a few of the many things you can do here. You can enroll on the InShape Walk program and enjoy the trails with other people. This hike takes you along the shore of the lake. You can observe the waterfowl and shorebirds. The entry fee to the park is higher for out of state vehicles.

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Kentucky, Bardstown

09 :44 hrs
97.9 mi
139.69096 ft
Extreme

The TransAmerica Trail is over 4,000 miles long. The trail goes from Astoria, Oregon to Yorktown, Virginia. This mapped section is quiet and secluded, allowing you to enjoy the open farmland and small town atmosphere. There are some hills along the way, most during the second half of the tour. The start is at the My Old Home State Park. You will pass by two other state parks on your tour: Lincoln Homestead State Park and Old Fort Harrod State Park. You can break the adventure up into two or three days by camping or staying in hotels along the route.

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Illinois, Joliet

00 :49 hrs
2.5 mi
3.1090393 ft
Easy

This historic trail leads visitors past remnants of an old iron-making operation from the 19th century that has been preserved as part of the Des Plaines River Preservation System. The first section of the hike follows an interpretive loop trail with posted information regarding the history of the site. The Joliet Iron Works Heritage Trail does continue on past the historic site and follows the canal for over 10 more miles giving hikers the option of adding more mileage. The trails are all paved and fully accessible.

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Kentucky, Louisville

06 :58 hrs
69.9 mi
144.52225 ft
Extreme

This tour will start and end in Kentucky’s two biggest cities, Louisville and Lexington. Along the way, you will travel past scenic areas including: Taylorsville Lake, Blackburn Memorial Bridge, the Kentucky River Gorge, and more. Once you travel outside of Louisville, the traffic is low. The adventure is meant to do as one-way. The tour can be broken up into two days by camping at Taylorsville Lake State Park.

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Illinois, Joliet

04 :26 hrs
22.3 mi
38.167557 ft
Expert

This rail trail is a nice scenic ride through rural farmlands and small towns passing Sugar Creek Preserve and the Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie on its way to the Kankakee River. The trail is all paved and crushed limestone and can be ridden with a mountain bike, hybrid, or road bike with wider tires. There are multiple access points along the trail so it i possible to shorten the length of the ride by starting at a different point. There are also some nice side trips along the preserve and tallgrass prairie for additional mileage and exploration.

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Indiana, Portage

01 :58 hrs
2.4 mi
6.566742 ft
Easy

Going through woods, suburbs and a greenway corridor definitely have a rural feel to it. Through this trail you can get to the Imagination Glen Park and Woodland Park. Bicycles are prohibited.

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Indiana, Wabash County

00 :18 hrs
0.8 mi
17.913895 ft
Easy

This trail has waterfalls, a river path and fresh springs. It interconnects with the main trail. There is no drinking water and no restrooms at the head of the trail. There is a couple of old latrines along the main trail. Parking is limited.

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Indiana, Indianapolis

01 :23 hrs
4.2 mi
4.7762604 ft
Moderate

The White River Wapahani Trail has a lot to offer. Being in the middle of the city, you will find the Riverside Park, fountains, the White River State Park, the Indianapolis Zoo, a large green house and beautiful views of the river. Along the way, you may spot small fish, deer, coyote and red fox. The trail is paved throughout; hikers, bikers, rollerbladers and joggers are welcome.

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Indiana, Griffith

04 :22 hrs
8.2 mi
14.018677 ft
Moderate

You will see a lot of Oak trees on this ride. Paved all the way through and very well marked, during the fall months the colors are beautiful! Mostly flat and very well kept.

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Indiana, Union County

00 :45 hrs
0.9 mi
18.980515 ft
Easy

The hiking trails are for hikers only, rollerblades, motorized vehicles and horses are not allowed. This hike will take you to the observation deck. You will walk through beautiful hardwoods, hills and valleys. Be prepared to climb wooden steps. Park entrance fee required.

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Indiana, Saint Joseph County

00 :49 hrs
2.4 mi
9.770172 ft
Easy

St. Patrick’s park has several activities to choose from. Hiking, cross-country skiing, fishing, boating, canoeing, picnicking, winter tubing and playfields. If renting skis from the park, they are due back at 5:00; late return fees will be charged.

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Indiana, Monroe County

02 :18 hrs
6.3 mi
99.54843 ft
Hard

This is the only trail that is for hikers only. It is very well marked; it crosses paths with other trails. In hunting season, please wear bright orange and stay away from white clothing. You will go over steep ridges, a grove with huge yellow pine, a hardwood forest and by a wilderness pond. In the spring is a good time to see the ferns. At the end of your hike, remember to climb the fire tower. It offers great views of the park. Park entry fee required.

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Indiana, Decatur

01 :16 hrs
4.8 mi
10.032837 ft
Easy

You will be riding on marked trail and going on streets through neighborhood and business area. On the trail, there are beautiful woods to ride through, a mix of city and nature on a short ride.

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Kentucky, West Point

01 :27 hrs
5.8 mi
68.12451 ft
Expert

This adventure is near the Fort Knox training grounds. Some sections are technical with some quick up and downs along with several creek crossings to be prepared for. If you find yourself turned around, there is a creek that goes down the middle of the park that leads back to the parking lot. You will find nice views of the Salt River along the trail. The trail is marked with three trail blazes: Red, Yellow, & Blue. The mapped trail mainly follows the Red & Blue loops.

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Kentucky, Carroll County

04 :43 hrs
47.7 mi
123.03082 ft
Expert

This adventure takes a loop from Carrollton to Gratz, all while going along the Kentucky River. Some sections follow right along the banks of the river with some great views. There are no bridges to cut across to shorten the trip. You will find there is little traffic except when in Carrollton.

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Indiana, Clark County

00 :38 hrs
1.6 mi
69.389114 ft
Moderate

This park has Devonian fossil outcrop areas. There are 72 bird species, with an occasional bald eagle. You will also enjoy great views and karst sinkhole topography. This trail goes across the river and it takes you to Rose Island. It goes through wooded forest with deciduous trees.

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Indiana, Jefferson County

04 :01 hrs
15.4 mi
133.61575 ft
Moderate

Beautiful scenery as you ride through country roads. This trail goes from paved to gravel and some dirt, it encounters a few steep climbs and descents. During spring, because of high water the creek crossings might be too deep to traverse.

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Pennsylvania, Indiana County

01 :19 hrs
2.3 mi
74.354004 ft
Moderate

If you like a little more challenge, this trail is for you. With different levels and narrower path, and scenic views of the woods. Park entrance fee required.

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Indiana, Batesville

00 :21 hrs
1.4 mi
12.214478 ft
Moderate

A singletrack trail, fun to ride and gives you a good workout. It is beautiful in the fall. There are several loops, with a few technical sections and it moderately rolls.

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Indiana, Terre Haute

00 :25 hrs
4.3 mi
12.681244 ft
Easy

Collett Park has been dedicated as a historic place. The ride is mostly flat, with views throughout. It rides around a small water reservoir and through neighborhoods. Be ready to cross busy streets. There are restrooms at the Collett Park.

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Indiana, Elkhart

02 :12 hrs
11 mi
21.977188 ft
Hard

You may choose to make this a one way or an out and back ride. Here it is mapped as out and back. Riding through a couple of parks, neighborhoods and business area, this is mostly a flat trail, with some traffic and busy streets to cross.

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Indiana, LaGrange County

08 :58 hrs
16.8 mi
34.705032 ft
Moderate

This rail-trail connects agricultural communities in one of the largest Amish places of Indiana. Riding through wooded areas, you will find nice spots to rest if needed. During spring, the wild flowers are out.

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Indiana, Dubois County

01 :47 hrs
6.8 mi
58.8844 ft
Easy

Bikers have the choice of different loops on this trail. Choose from a shorter loop for beginners and the larger loop (this one) for the more experienced rider. A large variety of terrain, creek crossing, technical climbs, rocky sections, going through pine and hardwood forests, rolling hills and the challenge of overgrown vegetation during the summer months. All riders must be at least 17 years old and obtain a permit to ride this trail. Be aware ATVs use this trail regularly. Please yield to hikers and equestrians.

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Indiana, Owen County

00 :52 hrs
2.5 mi
31.628586 ft
Easy

This Park has camping facilities and an Inn for overnight stay. There is something for everyone all the seasons of the year. This trail is the access to Wolf Cave. It also crosses Litten Branch and goes through a Beech Maple Forest.

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Kentucky, Louisville

02 :35 hrs
13 mi
8.260498 ft
Moderate

The trail is also known as the Louisville Loop Trail. The adventure starts in Southwest Louisville and makes its way north following the Ohio River. Most of the adventure is on the paved trail except for a 3.5 mile section that is on road. If you are looking for more trails in the area, the Louisville Riverwalk Trail is close by.

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Indiana, Bloomington

03 :19 hrs
33.7 mi
104.749466 ft
Hard

Starting in Bloomington, you will ride through neighborhoods, business districts and go into the country ride. Farm fields, wooded areas and beautiful lake views, at the lake you will ride over bridges and experience some climbing on the way.

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Indiana, Porter County

00 :36 hrs
1.7 mi
20.052124 ft
Easy

Stop at the heron rookery. The Great Blue Herons are visible from mid-March through early May. Watch as they repair their nests, there are over 100 nests. The spring flowers are best during spring. You can also observe the fish in the Little Calumet River. Bring your own water. There are no restroom facilities.

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Indiana, Washington County

02 :39 hrs
7.2 mi
102.75255 ft
Hard

At the Delaney Park, you will find cabins for overnight stay, camping and a restaurant. Both trailheads have restrooms. There are two ways to get to Delaney Park from Spurgeon Hollow; the short way and the long way. This one is the long way there. You will pass ravines, during spring, there are beautiful wild flowers and in the fall, the change of colors is amazing. There are great views to be enjoyed. Entry fee for Delaney Park.

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Indiana, Madison

02 :04 hrs
4 mi
114.00699 ft
Moderate

You will find yourself going up and downhill, on an abandoned railroad track, through woods and enjoying beautiful views. Going under Madison Road through a tunnel and getting to the river, will test your cross country skiing skills.

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Indiana, Huntington County

03 :20 hrs
9.9 mi
8.071014 ft
Hard

A very well marked trail and easy to follow. On your hike, you will find a rich topography. You will go through a wooden trailhead, meadows, the crossing of a highway, lake view spots, footbridges and farm fields. There is drinking water and restrooms at either trailhead. A seasonal entry fee at Lost Bridge West State Recreation Area is charged.

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Indiana, Noble County

01 :11 hrs
3.5 mi
6.7513733 ft
Moderate

This trail has wooded parts, wetlands, bird watching and different ecosystems to be observed. The Nature Center where you can have hands on experience is usually open during weekdays from 8:30 to 4:30. Visitors should call before coming .The use of tobacco and alcohol are prohibited. Pets are allowed but discouraged. On an interesting note, bring your own toilet paper.

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Indiana, Wabash County

00 :43 hrs
2 mi
11.216995 ft
Unknown

Located on Salamonie Lake, Lost Bridge West SRA Campground has over 200 sites for tent or trailer camping with electric hookups. Each site contains a picnic table and fire ring. Campers have access to restrooms, drinking water, a boat ramp, and playground. Some of the popular activities enjoyed are boating, swimming, fishing, hiking, and horse riding. The cost per night ranges from $16-$35.

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Indiana, Carmel

01 :17 hrs
12.8 mi
14.6753235 ft
Moderate

Completely paved and mostly flat, this ride goes through the city and neighborhood streets. It has enough distance to give you a good workout. You will pass through the shopping area.

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Indiana, Montgomery County

00 :30 hrs
1.4 mi
19.409805 ft
Easy

On this hike, you will find a very different topography due to erosion. As you will have to go through parts of trail 3, be aware that in the spring when the water is high, some parts of the trail might be impossible to cross over. Also, because of trail 3 small children and pets might not be able to complete the hike because of the ladders to the higher ground. In this park, you will encounter turkeys and white tail deer.

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Indiana, Miami County

00 :17 hrs
0.4 mi
6.9251404 ft
Easy

This park has a couple of unique things to do. You will find Radio-control flying field, Frisbee golf course and Sports courts. Following Troyer’s Creek, you will walk through meadows and go through the woods to a pond. Park Entry fee required.

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Minnesota, Red Wing

00 :22 hrs
1.6 mi
57.08017 ft
Moderate

Dirt, obstacles, boardwalk, a few climbs and riding through the woods is what you are going to find on this ride. Depending on your level, you might have to walk a few stretches of the trail. Watch out for hikers.

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Indiana, Fayette County

01 :33 hrs
4.4 mi
47.320343 ft
Moderate

This trail has hardwood throughout. In early spring, there are 15 species of fern and near 200 species of wild flowers. There has been over 60 species of birds identified in this bird sanctuary. For camping and fishing, a membership is required. It's open to the public and there is no cost.

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Kentucky, Daviess County

01 :42 hrs
6.5 mi
24.804665 ft
Hard

These popular trails are in Ben Hawes State Park. These trails were rebuilt when ice storms from 2009 damaged much of the area. There are over 7 miles of available trails including single track and double track trails.

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Indiana, Montgomery County

00 :52 hrs
2.3 mi
20.72583 ft
Moderate

The Turkey Run Park is famous for its ravines, canyons, gulches and gorges. Overnight stays are available at the campground, cabins and lodge. There are steps made of wood and stone to climb. The waterfalls are best in the spring when the water volume is greater. Also, in the spring, the wildflowers are beautiful. You will cross 2 bridges during this hike.

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Kentucky, Louisville

00 :46 hrs
3.9 mi
11.923294 ft
Easy

This paved walking and cycling trail travels next to Ohio River in downtown Louisville. You will have nice overlooks to the river, the bridges and buildings. You will pass by Lock Keeper's Bridge, city parks and much more.

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Indiana, Crawford County

04 :07 hrs
4.5 mi
143.40747 ft
Hard

A curious fact about this park, it has a working haypress barn, it uses oxen for power and a pioneer farmstead. You will encounter long steep climbs and rocky descents. Park entrance fee is required.

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Indiana, South Bend

00 :46 hrs
4 mi
11.529251 ft
Moderate

Riding along the St. Joseph River, you will find several benches to take a break and enjoy the view. You will ride by parks, neighborhoods and through woods. This is a mostly flat trail.

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Indiana, Lawrence County

00 :07 hrs
0.3 mi
4.375 ft
Unknown

This campground is designed for horse camping, however, other campers are welcome. It is also the trailhead for the Hickory Ridge Trail. The camping is primitive, but guests have access to vault toilets and hitching posts. Water is available for livestock but not tested as safe for human consumption. Horses and mountain bike riders age 17 years and older are required to have a permit and stay on designated trails.

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Indiana, Dune Acres

00 :41 hrs
2 mi
6.2256317 ft
Moderate

A large variety of views and topography is found here. As you hike, there is plenty of opportunity for bird watching, with some rare species to be seen. Camping and hotels are available for overnight stays. You’ll go through wetlands, sand dunes, grassy prairie and gravel. The park charges an entrance fee from May to September. At the end of the trail you will find the restrooms, unfortunately there is no drinking water.

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Indiana, Amo

06 :15 hrs
11.6 mi
- ft
Moderate

A long trail that is divided in 2 segments. This stretch of the trail changes from grass, to gravel, to railroad ballast to dirt. You might want larger tires for this part of the ride. You will ride through fields, small town and a wooded patch.

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Indiana, Monroe County

03 :51 hrs
10.3 mi
73.372055 ft
Expert

You will see some of the finest hardwood forest here. The park has pit toilets at the camping facilities and seasonal drinking water. Primitive camping is permitted for a fee. No swimming in any of the lakes. Gold panning is allowed with a permit. Hikers are advised to wear something hunter orange or bright colors during hunting season. The trailheads are found at Cherry Lake and Bryant’s Creek Lake. The topography is rich and varies between extremes. Bring water for the long trail. No fees.

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Kentucky, Frankfort

01 :55 hrs
7.3 mi
78.23616 ft
Hard

This is a popular recreational park. You will find some great views of the state capital building. This trail has lots of small ups and downs. It is a good trail for riders of all experience levels. You will find that a large number of deer reside in the park. Use caution as they can sometimes be on the trail. The trail is marked with orange triangles or triangles with the Capitol symbol. The park also offers softball fields, basketball courts, picnic shelters, and more.

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Indiana, Steuben County

00 :17 hrs
0.8 mi
17.604004 ft
Unknown

This large RV Park has over 400 sites. They are a mix of pull-thrus, full or partial hookups, seasonal sites, and tent-only sites. The max trailer length is 70 feet long. Some of the onsite amenities include restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, a lake for fishing and swimming, game room and other activities. The cost per night ranges from $30-$44.

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Indiana, Indianapolis

01 :15 hrs
6.3 mi
8.05191 ft
Moderate

A trail for all seasons, you will find people here all the time, regardless of the weather. One of the most popular rail trails around the country. Paved all the way through, you can enjoy your ride through suburban, woods, crossing bridges and business areas. Riders remember to yield to pedestrians. Mostly flat and long, it will provide you a great workout.

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Indiana, Montgomery County

00 :22 hrs
1 mi
21.981201 ft
Easy

A very interesting point on this hike, there are several ladders to climb to get on to the next part of the trail. The Park recommendation for people with small children and pets is to choose other paths. Also, in the spring when the water is high, there are parts of the trail that might be impossible to cross over. You will encounter turkeys and white tail deer.

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Kentucky, Carrollton

04 :45 hrs
47 mi
137.30307 ft
Expert

The Central Heartlands Tour starts near the Tennessee border at Dale Hollow Lake and ends 210 miles north in Carrollton. This adventure has you start at the river town of Carrollton and head south. As you make your way south to Shelbyville, you will travel through quiet, rolling farmland. There is one big climb you will want to be ready for near mile 20. This adventure is marked as one-way but can be done as an out and back journey.

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Kentucky, Carrollton

03 :18 hrs
33.4 mi
152.02585 ft
Hard

You will find spectacular views of the Ohio River on this tour. The starting point is at Point Park. The Kentucky and Ohio River join here. You will travel to Milton and then cross a bridge into Madison, Indiana. The cross over the bridge can be tough since it is narrow and there is no sidewalk. If you wish to avoid the bridge, you can turn around once you reach Milton. Be prepared for some good climbs and descents as you will travel on the high road on the way to Madison, climbing Kings Ridge, and then the low road back.

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Indiana, Wayne County

00 :12 hrs
0.6 mi
4.9069824 ft
Unknown

Grandpa’s Farm Campground is a family-owned campground with a variety of activities and things to do. The Middle Fork of the Whitewater River flows through the campground and has great fishing opportunities. Some of the onsite activities include volleyball, basketball, horseshoes, arcade games, and more. Guests have access to showers, restrooms, laundry room, and a small grocery store. Each site contains a fire ring and picnic table. The overnight camping fee is $32.

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Indiana, Wayne County

00 :07 hrs
0.3 mi
7.352997 ft
Unknown

Deer Ridge Camping Resort has 62 sites available for tent or trailer camping. They have full or partial hookups available and the max trailer length is 80 feet long. Some of the onsite amenities include laundry facilities, restrooms, showers, and a camp store with basic essentials. There is also plenty of onsite recreation provided like a heated pool, game room, playground, and horseshoes. The cost per night is $41 to $46.

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Indiana, LaPorte County

01 :23 hrs
13.9 mi
19.982803 ft
Moderate

A beautiful ride, with farmland, lake views and paved all the way. A few climbs throughout, nothing that would keep you from finishing it. Be watchful for potholes and sand due to harsh winter weather.

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Kentucky, Hardin County

01 :32 hrs
4.3 mi
43.49977 ft
Moderate

This hike is located in Fort Knox Reservation. You will enjoy views of a tiered waterfall coming down Muldraugh Hill. The waterfalls are even more stunning after heavy rain. You will then get to take a historic journey and travel across three Civil War Bridges. You will be on a paved surface on the Bridges to the Past Trail. You will have to cross the tracks. These tracks are still in use so use caution when crossing. Your turn around point on Bridges to the Past will be once you reach the locked metal gate that leads up to Fort Knox. There will also be Dripping Springs on the right. This area can sometimes be closed for military training and for hunting.

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Indiana, Jefferson County

00 :29 hrs
1.4 mi
5.172989 ft
Unknown

Located in Clifty Falls State Park, this campground offers a variety of sites including 106 electric sites, and 59 primitive sites. There is also a youth tent area. Clifty Falls State Park has deeply cut gorges, sheetrock walls, and impressive waterfalls. Guests have access to showers, flush toilets, a dump station, picnic shelters, and swimming beach.

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Indiana, DeKalb County

00 :19 hrs
0.9 mi
7.552994 ft
Unknown

Indian Springs Campground is a large family-friendly campground with private fishing lakes, sandy beaches, and hiking trails. They have a variety of sites including 269 sites with electric hookups, 33 tent-only sites with electric and 31 tent only with no hookups. Cabins are also available for reservation. Guests have access to a modern bathhouse, laundry facility, showers, and other onsite activities. The cost per night ranges from $20 to $44.

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Indiana, Monroe County

02 :45 hrs
7.7 mi
22.479996 ft
Unknown

Located in Hardin Ridge Recreation Area, this campground is spread out among 6 loops for a total of 203 sites. 36 of the sites are walk-in and the others are suitable for tent or trailer camping with electric hookups or water/electric hookups. Guests have access to drinking water, flush toilets, and showers. A maximum of 2 vehicles and 8 people are allowed per site. Primitive sites cost $20 and electric sites are $27.

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Indiana, LaGrange County

00 :24 hrs
1.1 mi
9.399994 ft
Unknown

Atwood Lake Campground is a huge campground next to the lake. They have more than 500 sites for tent or trailer camping. Each site contains a picnic table, campfire ring, and some have electric hookups. Some of the onsite amenities include restrooms, laundry facilities, hiking trails, activity center, and more. A large sandy beach is onsite with showers, a vending area, and picnic area.

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Indiana, Clark County

00 :32 hrs
1.5 mi
10.708008 ft
Unknown

Charlestown State Park is best known for the birth of the Ohio River. Over 150 campsites are available for tent or trailer camping. They have full or partial hookups as well as a picnic shelter. The max trailer length is 45 feet long. Each site contains a picnic table, fire ring, and guests have access to restrooms, showers, a dump station, and nearby activities. Electric sites range from $16-$33 and full hookup sites are $23-$40.

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Indiana, LaGrange County

01 :08 hrs
3.3 mi
8.569 ft
Unknown

Located in Amish country, Twin Mills Camping Resort is huge and offers a variety of sites. There are over 500 sites for tent or trailer camping with full or partial hookups available. Most sites have shade and all guests have access to restrooms, a dump station, laundry facilities, mini golf, basketball, fishing, and more.

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Indiana, Clarksville

03 :37 hrs
36.3 mi
39.57988 ft
Hard

You will ride through fields, neighborhoods, commercial areas and farmland. Mostly flat, plan on crossing some busy streets and going on some overpasses.

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Indiana, Wabash County

00 :13 hrs
0.6 mi
7.0680084 ft
Unknown

Lukens Lake Resort is a family-oriented campground that is located within an hour or two of Fort Wayne, and Indianapolis. They offer events throughout the season and a beachfront concession stand. They have tent or trailer sites that include water and electric. Guests also have access to a dump station, and bathhouse with restrooms and showers. Campers enjoy fishing, swimming, and boating on the spring fed lake. The cost per night is $22.50

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Indiana, Parke County

00 :04 hrs
0.2 mi
2.2880096 ft
Unknown

Covered Bridge Campground is located in Rockville near the visitors center. There are 31 covered bridges through Amish country with unique shops to visit. They offer a variety of sites including tent or trailer sites with full or partial hookups. The sites are grassy and some have shade. Guests have access to restrooms and showers. The rate per night for tent camping starts at $20.

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Indiana, Spencer County

01 :10 hrs
3.4 mi
21.390259 ft
Moderate

Visiting this park is such a great experience; you will feel like you are stepping back in time into Abraham Lincoln’s childhood. You will walk through mature forest and there is a short trail to the Weber Lake. This will take you to the James Gentry home, where Abraham Lincoln worked at their store as a young man. Fee required.

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Indiana, Marion County

00 :41 hrs
2 mi
14.910461 ft
Easy

Different topography, wild life and Birdwatching are in abundance here. This particular trail goes around the Eagle Creek Bird Sanctuary. During late April and early May you can enjoy the bird migration. You might spot eagles and eaglets hunting for fish. Entry fee required.

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Indiana, Perry County

00 :06 hrs
0.2 mi
7.821991 ft
Unknown

This campground was once the site of a fully developed recreation area but now just has a campground. It is a quiet and remote place to get away and enjoy the lake. 13 sites are available for tent or trailer camping on a first come, first serve basis. Each site contains a campfire grill and access to vault toilets, boat ramp, and hiking trails. Drinking water is not available. The cost per night is $5.

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Indiana, Zionsville

00 :57 hrs
9.6 mi
22.783386 ft
Easy

Many in the town use the Zionsville Rail Trail; it connects schools, businesses and neighborhoods. During the winter season, this is a very popular spot with cross-country skiers. You may start the ride from other spots, which are shown on this map.

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Indiana, Indianapolis

01 :12 hrs
12.1 mi
10.713486 ft
Moderate

Also known as the ICT, this trail ranks among the country’s best urban routes for cyclists and pedestrians to explore Indianapolis. While riding on the ICT you are linked to White River Wapahani, Monon and Pleasant Run trails. This ride is loaded with things to see and places to stop at.

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Indiana, Clark County

00 :48 hrs
2.2 mi
19.90799 ft
Unknown

Located in Deam Lake State Recreation Area, this campground sits on the shore of Deam Lake. There are two camping loops. One is for horse camping and offers stalls and access to riding trails. The other loop has 116 sites with electric hookups. Each site contains a fire ring, parking pad, and picnic table. Guests have access to a dump station, showers, and flush toilets.

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Indiana, Jay County

00 :07 hrs
0.3 mi
2.927002 ft
Unknown

Fox Lake Campground sits in a scenic country setting next to a pond that is stocked with fish and a clean swimming pond that has a large sandy beach. A variety of sites including tent sites, trailer sites, and rustic cabins are available. Guests have access to a modern bathhouse with hot showers, camp store, dump station, basketball court, playground, and picnic pavilion. Hiking trails also lead you around the property. The cost per night starts at $20 for tent only sites.

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Indiana, Marshall County

00 :10 hrs
0.5 mi
3.4580078 ft
Unknown

Located on the west shore of Lake of the Woods, this family-owned campground sits among mature trees that offer shade for all campsites. They have over 100 sites for tent or trailer camping with full or partial hookups. Guests have access to restrooms, showers, a dump station, boat launch, swimming area, and boat rentals. The cost per night for primitive sites begins at $24.

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Indiana, Sullivan County

00 :16 hrs
0.7 mi
8.1349945 ft
Unknown

Located in Greene-Sullivan State Forest, this campground offers 24 sits for tent or trailer camping. Electric hookups are available and the area has over 120 lakes. Guests have access to picnic tables, playground, dump station, drinking water, and vault toilets. Campers enjoy hunting, fishing, mushroom hunting, and horseback riding. The cost per night ranges from $16-$33.

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Indiana, Michigan City

00 :19 hrs
0.8 mi
14.581512 ft
Easy

Lake Michigan has beautiful beaches and sand dunes. In hopes to help nature preserve the Mount Baldy dune, park officials built a staircase as a new path to the top of the climb. The trail is well marked. Although the beach looks inviting for a swim, there are no lifeguards on duty. The rip current and waves can make swimming challenging and dangerous.

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Indiana, Hamilton County

00 :10 hrs
0.5 mi
0.9259949 ft
Unknown

Located along the White River, this campground has 100 sites in a wooded setting. They can accommodate trailers/RV, and tents. Guests have access to showers, toilets, laundry room, playground, and camp store. Some of the popular activities that campers enjoy are canoe, kayaking, fishing, and just relaxing.

276

Indiana, Evansville

03 :10 hrs
6 mi
9.372528 ft
Moderate

You will be going along the Pigeon Creek and Ohio River. There are several spots to rest along the way and access the Museum of Arts, neighborhoods and parks. It is a mostly flat trail. You may choose to make it a one way (parking available at both ends) or out and back (that is how it is mapped here).

277

Indiana, Marion County

02 :04 hrs
3.9 mi
4.00914 ft
Moderate

The Central Canal Trail has a lot to offer. Your ride is mostly flat. Passing through green areas, the views of the lake are a constant. Along the way, you may spot small fish, deer, coyote and red fox. The trail is paved throughout; hikers, bikers, rollerbladers and joggers are welcome.

278

Indiana, Orange County

01 :50 hrs
7.2 mi
105.78569 ft
Moderate

Mainly an equestrian trail, this path is full of challenges for those riders that don’t mind sharing. The parking lot of the campground may be used for day parking at no charge. Riders must be at least 17 years old and obtain a permit at the camp office or local vendors. You will find more than 11 miles of single-track, granny gear climbs and challenging descents.

279

Indiana, Ripley County

00 :23 hrs
1 mi
22.251007 ft
Unknown

Delaware Campground is a small privately owned campground in a quiet and scenic setting. The spaces are wide and long and spread apart nicely. 140 sites are available for tent or trailer camping on a first come, first serve basis. Guests have access to restrooms, showers, dump station, and playground. The cost per night is around $30.

280

Indiana, Spencer County

00 :19 hrs
0.9 mi
12.4869995 ft
Unknown

Located in Lincoln State Park, this campground offers over 50 sites on a first come first basis. There are no electric hookups, but campers have access to a playground, dumpster, pit toilets, water, restrooms, and showers. There are hiking trails with historical reference and a cool nature center. Campers enjoy going to the lake to swim or fish. The cost per night ranges from $10-$40.

281

Indiana, Montgomery County

00 :29 hrs
1.4 mi
9.895004 ft
Unknown

Located in Shades State Park, this campground offers 101 sites for tent or trailer camping. There are no hookups available but each site contains a picnic table, and firepit. All guests have access to restrooms, drinking water, showers, a dump station, and hiking trails. Campers enjoy visiting the Pine Hills Nature Preserve and fishing in the river.

282

Kentucky, Louisville

00 :43 hrs
2.1 mi
16.502365 ft
Moderate

This trail is inside the 369-acre, E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park. You will travel through hills, hardwood forest and pass by Goose Creek. Some of the area used to be farmland. About .25 miles into the trail, you will come to a fitness area that has 12 fitness stations available to use. The trail is made up of crushed limestone, old gravel road and chipped bark.There are several other activities available here including: picnic areas, swimming pool, archery, tennis courts, soccer fields, softball fields, BMX Track, and Radio Controlled Airplane Area.

283

Indiana, Steuben County

00 :17 hrs
0.8 mi
11.312012 ft
Unknown

Camp Sack-In features over 100 acres of wooded landscape with miles of hiking trails. 160 sites are available for tent or trailer camping with partial hookups. Some of the activities that campers enjoy are horseshoes, cornhole, fishing, and swimming on the sandy beach. Guests have access to a bathhouse, drinking water, and a dump station. The cost per night is $20 for tent sites and $33 for electric sites.

284

Indiana, Brown County

01 :36 hrs
4.5 mi
29.297226 ft
Moderate

This trail is linked to several other trails, be mindful of signs to stay on the right trail. It goes around the lake and crosses a creek. The creek crossing can be difficult in times of high water. In the fall season, the colors are beautiful.

285

Kentucky, Louisville

03 :34 hrs
36.5 mi
77.94292 ft
Hard

This scenic ride near Louisville will take you through some small towns, farms, forested area and through the Floyds Fork Valley Farms. The views of Floyds Fork, a tributary of the Salt River are very nice. There are several long climbs as the road goes up and down from the valleys to the bluffs. It makes for a tough ride but the views are worth it. Taylorsville Lake Road is busy but it does have a wide, paved shoulder.

286

Kentucky, Spencer County

02 :09 hrs
6 mi
44.582397 ft
Hard

This trail follows sections of several trail loops to make one large loop: Little Beech Creek, Salt River Vista and Possum Ridge Loop Trail. You will walk along the lakeshore, and have several overlook opportunities as you travel on ridge tops including Possum Ridge. This is a common area to see several species of birds. There are 16 miles of trails within Taylorsville Lake State Park. This area can be very hot in the summer and it is recommended to hike in the spring and fall. This trail is also used by mountain bikers and equestrians.

287

Indiana, Brown County

00 :10 hrs
0.5 mi
4.571991 ft
Unknown

Raccoon Ridge Campground is located in Brown County State Bark in a semi-wooded setting. They have about 50 non-electric campsites. Guests have access to showers, restrooms, and water throughout the campground. The overnight camping fee ranges from $12-$22. All RV's and Vehicles towing Trailers MUST use the park's West Entrance off of SR 46 two miles west of Nashville Indiana. The park's North Entrance east of Nashville has a historic Covered Bridge with a 9' height clearance and 3 ton weight limits and over-size vehicles are prohibited and cannot enter here.

288

Indiana, Crawfordsville

00 :08 hrs
0.3 mi
4.904999 ft
Unknown

Crawfords KOA offers a peaceful setting with plenty of shade. They have a variety of sites including tent sites, trailer/RV sites (Max Length 70ft. long), and cabins. Sites are close together and tricky for big rigs to maneuver. Some of the onsites amenities include restrooms, showers, laundry facility, swimming pool, and wifi. Campers enjoy exploring the old mills and small towns.

289

Kentucky, Henderson County

00 :54 hrs
2.7 mi
0.45129395 ft
Easy

This a great adventure to do if you are a bird lover. This hike is on dirt road as well as a series of levees. You will discover hundreds of birds, in including migratory birds, in the area as they fly between bald cypress trees. There is no set trail so the mapped trail is just an idea of where you can explore. During high water periods, sections of the trail can be impassable. It is best to avoid the summer months here as the bugs and mosquitoes are terrible. Dogs must be leashed from March through the third Saturday in August.

290

Indiana, Brown County

00 :07 hrs
0.3 mi
1.3190002 ft
Unknown

Westward HO Campground is a small and privately owned campground in a great location with off the highway. There is a total of 92 sites available, 80 of which have full hookups. Some of the sites have shade and each site contains a fire ring and picnic table. Guests have access to wifi, a swimming pool, fishing, and nature trails. The overnight camping fee ranges from $32 to $37.

291

Indiana, LaPorte County

00 :40 hrs
2.5 mi
9.397171 ft
Moderate

With some tight twists, a little climbing and a few drops this trail will help sharpen your skills. You will share the trail with equestrians, hikers and cross-country skiers. Because of the wetlands, waterfowls are common.

292

Kentucky, Breckinridge County

01 :17 hrs
3.9 mi
- ft
Moderate

On this remote adventure, you will travel by ponds, open fields, and in wooded areas. There is a lot of wildlife here. The trail is near the Ohio River and Yellowbank Creek. You will follow sections of the Rockhouse and Lake Loop Trail. Dogs are allowed March 1 through the third Saturday in August. Dogs must be leashed. This trail is also used by hunters and equestrians.

293

Kentucky, Daviess County

00 :26 hrs
1.3 mi
6.1073837 ft
Easy

There are a lot of wildlife viewing opportunities on this trail. Some of the animals you may see include: deer, coyote, fox, shorebirds, and turtles. Along the way, you will come by a restored fire tower from 1960, that offers a great aerial view of the park. During the leafless months, you can see all of the way to the Green River from the platform. On the trail, you will cross Yellow Creek by using two covered bridges. This trail is also known as the Blue Trail. There are 4 miles of hiking trails in Yellow Creek Park. If you are looking to extend your adventure, you can add on some of the other hikes in the area.

294

Indiana, Franklin County

01 :31 hrs
4.1 mi
33.72699 ft
Unknown

Brookville Mounds Campground sits next to the lake and has tons of sites. Over 300 electric sites are available and 60 full hookup sites. The area is surrounded by opportunities for recreation including fishing, hunting, boating, hiking, and swimming. Metamora historic Site and Kings Island Amusement Park are also near. Guests have access to restrooms, showers, a boat launch ramp, dump station, and picnic shelters. The cost per night for electric only sites is $16. Full hookups cost $23.

295

Indiana, Greenfield

05 :02 hrs
50.4 mi
45.35228 ft
Expert

Starting in the city limits and quickly getting out of it. You will ride by farm fields, businesses and neighborhoods. It is a long ride, remember to bring water and plan for time. Passing stretches of wooded area, this ride offers different types of scenery.

296

Indiana, Dune Acres

01 :15 hrs
3.6 mi
12.455948 ft
Moderate

To get on this trail you will go through part of trail 1. And to get to the sand dunes you will hike part of this path to get to trail 3. Bird watching is plenteous with the chance of seeing some rare species. The topography offers plenty of variety. A lot of wetlands, some sand and grassy prairie. The park charges an entrance fee from May to September. At the end of the trail you will find the restrooms, unfortunately there is no drinking water.

297

Illinois, Flossmoor

01 :15 hrs
3.7 mi
8.168823 ft
Moderate

This paved trail is part of the Tinley Creek Trail System that provides miles of multi-use trail for recreation in the southwest suburbs of Chicago. This loop trail accessed from Vollmer Road leads through shaded wooded areas and open green space that provide visitors with lots of opportunity for viewing wildlife and diverse vegetation in a natural and peaceful setting. There is plenty of parking at the trailhead and picnic sites available along the trail.

298

Indiana, Boone County

00 :32 hrs
1.5 mi
6.0169983 ft
Unknown

Old Mill Run Park is a privately owned campground with a variety of camping. The majority of their sites are seasonal, but they do have overnight sites for tent or trailer camping that have full hookups. Some of the onsite activities include fishing, horseshoes, pool, and gem mining. Guests have access to restrooms, showers, a store, and dumpsters. The cost for primitive sites is $25 and $35 for trailer sites with hookups.

299

Indiana, Spencer County

00 :15 hrs
0.7 mi
9.619003 ft
Unknown

Located in Lincoln State Park, this campground offers over 50 sites on a first come first basis. There are no electric hookups, but campers have access to a playground, dumpster, pit toilets, water, restrooms, and showers. Sites are spaced nicely apart and the park is well maintained. There are hiking trails with historical reference and a cool nature center. Campers enjoy going to the lake to swim or fish. The cost per night ranges from $10-$40.

300

Indiana, Parke County

00 :15 hrs
0.7 mi
5.317993 ft
Unknown

Fallen Rock Park and Campground has 51 full hookup sites, 62 water and electric sites, and 67 electric only sites. Cabins are also available. They have gravel pads for parking, grass between sites and trails to explore. Guests have access to a camp store, water station, dump station, and shower house. There is a stocked fishing pond on site as well as other activities. The rate per night starts at $35.

301

Indiana, Madison

01 :11 hrs
3.2 mi
101.21701 ft
Moderate

The trailhead is by the north gatehouse. There are steep stairs, tunnel waterfalls, ravines, hardwood forest and beautiful cliffs to be seen. The topography has deep drops and climbs. The canyon is 300 feet deep. You will see it from the top and from the bottom. The falls are best during spring and winter. Remember to take water with you. Restrooms are available at the beginning and at the end of the trail.

302

Indiana, Porter County

01 :16 hrs
2.9 mi
14.588074 ft
Easy

Although a water park during the summer, this is a great place in the winter also. Tractor drawn hayrides during September and October, equestrian rides on your own horse and sand volleyball during summer to mention a few of the things you can do. For cross-country skiing, you must bring your own equipment, no rentals available. The trail will take you through the woods, with beautiful winter views.

303

Indiana, Elkhart County

00 :59 hrs
4.9 mi
3.7818604 ft
Easy

With parking right outside of the entrance gate to Ox Bow Park, here you will ride through part of the Mapleheart Trail and parts of the Maple City Greenway. Go through the Oakridge Cemetery and it is linked to the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail. Mostly flat and with crossing of streets, this trail offers a variety of views.

304

Indiana, Spencer County

00 :44 hrs
2.1 mi
11.712898 ft
Easy

Visiting this park is such a great experience; you will feel like you are stepping back in time into Abraham Lincoln’s childhood. Wild life is in abundance on this path. The point of attraction is the Weber Lake; it purifies water and is the support to a variety of animals and plants. Walk on the levee, find reminders of mining days and scale the “high wall.” Fee required.

305

Indiana, Bartholomew County

00 :41 hrs
7 mi
31.417435 ft
Easy

Paved and mostly flat, this trail goes around Grandville Lake. Parking is by the boat ramp and you will ride by residences. There is no shade on this ride. Bring plenty of water.

306

Indiana, Monroe County

00 :12 hrs
0.5 mi
6.2100067 ft
Unknown

Blackwell Horsecamp is a popular camping area for equestrians and, regular campers. It also serves as a trailhead for the Charles C. Deam Wilderness Trail system. Guests have access to vault toilets, hitching posts, a picnic shelter, and a loading area. There is no drinking water available so campers should prepare accordingly and bring their own. Horseback riders are required to have a permit for riding the trails which can be obtained at the US Forest Service office.

307

Indiana, Miami County

01 :03 hrs
3 mi
11.686768 ft
Moderate

This park has a couple of unique things to do. You will find Radio-control flying field, Frisbee golf course and Sports courts. On this trail, if you go early in the morning, you might spot eagles leaving the park. Going through the woods and some fields, several view opportunities. Park Entry fee required.

308

Illinois, Homer Glen

01 :42 hrs
5 mi
13.434219 ft
Moderate

This segment of the Spring Creek Trail travels through forest and savanna habitat that is home to a variety of plant species and wildlife, including over 100 bird species. The trail passes by multiple ponds and small lakes that are used for fishing as well as sections of Spring Creek. The trail is crushed limestone and can be used for hiking, biking, horseback riding and snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in the winter.

309

Indiana, Lake County

03 :30 hrs
8.8 mi
1.0904388 ft
Moderate

Be prepared to share the trail with equestrians, hikers and hunters. You may see a large heard of deer, ducks and other wildlife. Going through densely wooded areas you may also enjoy the winter views of the forest. During hunting season, avoid white clothing and wear bright orange (beginning of October through beginning of January). You will cross bridges on this part of the park.

310

Kentucky, Louisville

00 :38 hrs
1.3 mi
24.533447 ft
Expert

There are several trails and paths that spur from the main path that you can explore. These trail are fast. They are also used by ATV vehicles. You will mainly see them in the afternoon on the weekend. Keep your eyes open for jumps and ramps. Keep your ears open for ATV vehicles. Sections of the trail are double track.

311

Indiana, Bloomington

01 :13 hrs
3.3 mi
40.143555 ft
Moderate

Be ready to climb steps and enjoy beautiful views. The path goes by the water; it can be slippery when wet. There are a few good climbs. In the summer months, remember to bring bug spray.

312

Kentucky, Louisville

05 :28 hrs
6.3 mi
97.531006 ft
Expert

This hike, in Jefferson Memorial Forest, is known by locals as the largest public urban forest. Most of the hike is along ridge tops. You will find a lot of climbs and descents along the way. Some sections can be steep. You will travel through thick forest so there are limited views during most of the hike. You can make this adventure one-way by dropping off a vehicle at the Scotts Gap Trailhead parking lot.

313

Kentucky, Louisville

00 :43 hrs
7.3 mi
71.46742 ft
Easy

This park has many multi-use trails and amenities. On this adventure, you will travel on road to the top of the park. There are several scenic overlooks along the way. The scenery is extra nice in the fall. This road can be used by pedestrians and cyclists daily throughout the year. It's open to motorists from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from April through October.

314

Indiana, Huntington County

03 :38 hrs
10.5 mi
16.89598 ft
Expert

This is a flood control reservoir. Although hikers have the right of way, there are mountain bikers on this trail. You will hike through ravines, cross the Tah-Kum-Wah Creek and find beautiful views of the Lake Roush. Restrooms and a water fountain are available at the picnic area. No fees.

315

Kentucky, Louisville

01 :58 hrs
4.6 mi
98.98996 ft
Hard

There is a north and south loop available on this adventure. This south loop is even more difficult than the north loop. It is a good hike to get your heart rate going. You will cross over several steep hills and then descend into valleys. If you visit in the spring, there are lots of wildflowers to enjoy. There aren't many scenic views along the ridgelines but the views within the wooded forest are nice. This hike has some steep climbs. There are some stream crossings to be prepared for. Make sure to bring plenty of water.

316

Kentucky, Louisville

01 :01 hrs
2.4 mi
64.349884 ft
Moderate

This is a good hike to get your heart rate going. You will cross over steep hills and into valleys. If you visit in the spring, there are lots of wildflowers to enjoy. There aren't many scenic views along the ridgelines but the views within the wooded forest are nice. This hike has some steep climbs. There are some stream crossings to be prepared for. Make sure to bring plenty of water.

317

Indiana, Hendricks County

01 :15 hrs
3.6 mi
25.558777 ft
Moderate

This trail goes through most of the Park. It is divided by the Big Walnut Creek. You will cross an iron bridge to get to the other side of the creek. You will be crossing at the Acorn pass without a bridge. It is easier to cross it during summer and fall, when the water levels are lower.

318

Kentucky, Louisville

01 :37 hrs
4.4 mi
70.739334 ft
Hard

Much of this adventure travels along ridges. You will go through two valleys where the climbs can be strenuous. This is a good trail to see a variety of wildlife and plants. If you would like to extend your adventure, there are many trails in the area, including the Yost Ridge and Mitchell Hill Lake Trail.

319

Indiana, Allen County

00 :52 hrs
2.6 mi
6.7608643 ft
Easy

This hike is easy and flat, you can enjoy beautiful flowers during spring, summer and fall at the floral area. Bring your dog (except females in heat) and come play at the Pawster Dog Park. It goes around a golf course, enjoy the view of St. Mary’s River and come to walk, jog, rollerblade or bike. They also have the Foster Community Gardens for people that like to garden and don’t have a spot.

320

Indiana, Monroe County

00 :26 hrs
0.8 mi
2.1679382 ft
Easy

With flat grounds and no climb or downhill, this is an easy ride. With a bridge to cross over the creek, some dirt and gravel are the changes you will see on the ground surface. A few stretches of five-foot limestone walls, gives you the tunnel feeling. Be mindful of pedestrians. The whole trail is wheel chair accessible.

321

Indiana, Washington County

02 :10 hrs
5.7 mi
107.45479 ft
Hard

You will cross roads, see a wildlife pond and have stretches of easy walking. Here you will have your choice of taking a longer hike through the backcountry, which will add almost 2 miles to the trail. It is important to remember to bring your own water. No fee.

322

Indiana, Lawrence County

02 :47 hrs
10.6 mi
93.7865 ft
Moderate

One of the best bike trails in the state. It has a variety of terrain that will satisfy every rider. The trail is shared with hikers, equestrians and hunters. In the hunting season, wear bright orange. Also, permits are required for mountain bikers and horses (riders must be at least 17 years old). With a variety of loops to choose from, you can spend from less than an hour to all day on this trail.

323

Indiana, Elkhart County

00 :36 hrs
1.8 mi
5.6393127 ft
Easy

The name of Tank Spring Trail is because it takes you to the Tank Spring. It is a loop. The area is undeveloped and camping and fires are prohibited. This area has a permanent fresh water spring; sand stone cliffs and upland forest.

324

Kentucky, Carroll County

01 :35 hrs
4.1 mi
75.73988 ft
Moderate

This trail is inside General Butler Park. The trail crosses open fields and old hardwood forests. You will hike up to a stone overlook which is the highest point in Carroll County. There are three trailheads for this hike. This trail is also open to mountain bikers April – November. If you are looking to extend your adventure, the Boy Scout and Woodland Trail is available. The Butler Lake Trail is also nearby.

325

Indiana, Posey County

01 :26 hrs
4.1 mi
36.644897 ft
Moderate

This park has many trails for walking, biking and equestrians. Here you will go through natural forests, steep hills, and ravines and across two streams. Park entry fee is required.

326

Indiana, Marion County

01 :57 hrs
5.7 mi
18.609528 ft
Hard

Within the city limits of Indianapolis, this is a refuge for 260 of the 400 species of birds found in the state. It makes for great bird watching at the bird sanctuary in the park. You will hike through hardwood forest, steep bluffs, a pine grove, and the narrow causeway in between the bird sanctuary and reservoir. Trail used by cross-country skiers as well. Entry park fee required.

327

Indiana, Brown County

02 :44 hrs
7.1 mi
94.79709 ft
Hard

On the way out from Ogle Lake, you will see some of the untouched forestry of the park. It is beautiful and hard to hike. There is a vertical climb of about 180 feet by the lake. The path takes you to an area with towering Beech trees. Through the hike, you are likely to see wild turkeys roaming around and wood peckers above you. As early as March, you may hear lots of loud frogs. Interesting fact, in the winter, when the leaves are gone, you have a better view of the ridges. Park entrance fee required.

328

Indiana, Union County

01 :04 hrs
3 mi
32.191696 ft
Moderate

The hiking trails are for hikers only, rollerblades, motorized vehicles and horses are prohibited. You will walk through a variety of forests. This trail is accessible through many different spots. Park entrance fee required.

329

Indiana, Saint Joseph County

00 :13 hrs
0.6 mi
7.8307953 ft
Easy

Bring your own skis for cross-country skiing during the winter months. With biking trails available, bikers are not allowed on the hiking paths. A variety of boats are available to rent. During spring, there is an abundance of wild flowers. Walking through hardwood forest you will come to a lake observation deck. Entrance fee required

330

Indiana, Carmel

00 :43 hrs
7.1 mi
10.60968 ft
Easy

A short trail, paved from beginning to end and with many points of attraction along the way. You will ride part of the Monon Trail and go through a few hard streets to cross. Besides street crossing, there shouldn’t me any obstacles on your ride.

331

Indiana, Sweetser

02 :30 hrs
3.7 mi
6.094589 ft
Hard

There is much variety on this trail. In its length, you will walk on railroad that has been transformed into a path, through commercial area, neighborhoods and green patches. Being paved throughout, all are welcome, except horses; there is a path beside the trail for equestrians. If you don’t have a bike and would like to bike it, rentals are available.

332

Indiana, Clarksville

00 :57 hrs
1.3 mi
10.1622925 ft
Moderate

Here you will find the one of the largest exposed Devonian fossil beds in the world. There are over 600 species of fossils, over 400 of them are “type specimens,” which means, described for the first time. Bird watching is great, over 270-recorded species of bird.

333

Indiana, Henry County

00 :21 hrs
1 mi
1.8162537 ft
Easy

There is a variety on the topography of this trail from uplands to low glacial depressions. You will hike through hardwood trees. The best time to go is July to see the wild flowers in bloom. In early spring or late fall, you might see bald eagles. There are open hills and views of the lake. There is an entrance fee.

334

Indiana, Lawrence

00 :49 hrs
2.4 mi
20.756485 ft
Easy

Within the city limits, this is a convenient park within minutes from home. You can visit a 20th Century Warfare Museum. During winter months, you can find one of the largest sledding hills in the area. During spring, the wild flowers are in full bloom throughout the park. You can start at the Walnut Trailhead, which was used on this app, or at the west side of the park, which is marked as well in here. You will walk through upland woods and ravines. The fall colors are stunning. During the summer the northern sections of the trail stay wet and provide beautiful wild flowers. Entry fee to the park required.

335

Indiana, Bloomington

00 :41 hrs
2.6 mi
21.231537 ft
Easy

This park is a former Boy Scout campground. With a web of trails, you can design your own adventure here. Although hikers and joggers are welcome, this is mainly a mountain biking park. Very well marked and with great landmarks to find your way back to your vehicle. A lot of the DINO races happen on these trails. It is suggested to sign a waver at any of the local bike shops. No fees.

336

Indiana, Monroe County

00 :34 hrs
1.9 mi
60.090424 ft
Easy

With gravel surface and only one major climb at the beginning of the trail, this is a good place to introduce kids to mountain biking. There is a scenic overlook. In the Hoosier National Forest, this is the only trail bikers can ride without a permit. Entry fee to the park required from April to October.

337

Indiana, Montgomery County

00 :24 hrs
1.1 mi
30.652924 ft
Easy

Many of the trails in the park are at the bottom of deep ravines. You will be going up steep stairs on this trail. You will see a waterfall that is just a trickle. Take a moment to visit Lover’s Leap. It is a view point of Sugar Creek.

338

Indiana, Lawrence County

00 :18 hrs
0.8 mi
14.030884 ft
Easy

A stop you will want to make is at the Pioneer Village. Although the trail doesn’t go through the village anymore, it is well worth the visit. No pets allowed in the village. In the cave, you can observe the blind cavefish, which is pinkish-white with no eyes, having adapted to the darkness. There is also the blind cave crayfish, assorted spiders and lets not forget the bats. Park entry fee is higher priced for out of state vehicles.

339

Indiana, Carmel

02 :37 hrs
9.7 mi
15.736664 ft
Easy

A trail that is mostly flat, with some areas that are not paved. You will ride through neighborhoods and cross/ride on some busy streets.

340

Indiana, Montgomery County

00 :24 hrs
1.1 mi
28.817291 ft
Easy

This is your nature spot for those that would like to get away from civilization. On your hike, you will walk through a ravine creek bed and the Silver Cascade waterfalls. Be prepared to climb steps and go into the creek bed.

341

Indiana, Spencer County

00 :47 hrs
2.3 mi
9.76355 ft
Easy

This Park is where Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States spent his boyhood. There are campground, cabins and group cottages for overnight stay. This trail is a loop, a hike around the lake. It starts at the boat rental building and it ends back at the beach.

342

Kentucky, Owensboro

01 :36 hrs
2.4 mi
3.8649597 ft
Moderate

There are 15 miles of paved trail along this greenbelt. It takes you through part of Owensboro, Kentucky. This mapped trail starts at Joe Ford Nature Park. You will pass by the Owensboro Softball Complex and Fisher Park. Sections of the trail travel through open farmland and parallels sections of Bypass 60.

343

Indiana, Lawrence County

00 :33 hrs
0.6 mi
25.580414 ft
Easy

To use a boat or to ride horses you need to purchase a permit. This hike is from the parking area near trail 5 to the picnic area and Nature Center.

344

Indiana, Newton County

02 :40 hrs
6.6 mi
1.8805695 ft
Easy

Be prepared to share the trail with equestrians, hikers and hunters. You may see a large heard of deer, ducks and other wildlife. Going through densely wooded areas you may also enjoy the winter views of the forest. During hunting season, avoid white clothing and wear bright orange (beginning of October through beginning of January).

345

Indiana, Westfield

00 :25 hrs
1.2 mi
11.935074 ft
Easy

The park has something for everyone year round. Cyclists and roller “bladers “ are welcome on the paved trails. Here is one of the best birding places in Indiana. In the spring, the wild flowers put on a show. The best times to visit are spring and fall during bird migration. You will find many different trees on this hike. This park has registered 163 different species. No fees.

346

Indiana, Montgomery County

00 :19 hrs
0.9 mi
8.324249 ft
Easy

Many of the trails in the park are at the bottom of deep ravines. You will walk through a variety of vegetation and second growth timber. The Pine Hill Nature Preserve is also on this hike.

347

Indiana, Indianapolis

01 :21 hrs
13.5 mi
5.2553864 ft
Moderate

Going through Indianapolis, you will ride through neighborhoods, business areas, along Fall Creek and go on busy streets. Be mindful of traffic and enjoy the constant change of scenery.

348

Indiana, Brown County

00 :46 hrs
1.9 mi
61.019775 ft
Easy

You will find manmade fixtures on this park and trail. The CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) built many of them, including the observation tower on this hike. You will walk on stairways, stone bridges and see retaining walls. The trailhead is behind the lodge. Park entrance fee required.

349

Indiana, Brown County

02 :34 hrs
6.7 mi
104.61441 ft
Hard

You will find water and restrooms at the Ogle Lake campground. This park is very popular in the spring and fall because of the color changes. The hesitation Point Vista has incredible views. You will climb a long wooden staircase and some footbridges. Bring plenty of water with you.

350

Indiana, Fishers

00 :16 hrs
0.8 mi
5.9395447 ft
Easy

Please remain on the marked trails at all times. This is a good place for Birdwatching. Bicycles are prohibited. Don’t feed the wildlife and keep you dog on a leash at all times. You will walk through a native Indian prairie, woods, swamp area and open field. No fees.

351

Indiana, Floyd County

00 :31 hrs
1.5 mi
10.633438 ft
Easy

You will enjoy a walk through the woods. The fall colors are fantastic. With views of the golf course, this is basically a flat hike.

352

Indiana, Madison County

00 :36 hrs
1.8 mi
8.845642 ft
Moderate

This park is heavily used for mountain biking. The park used to be a gravel mine. Therefore, the ground has craters and crosses over 15-foot knobs. You may also see heavy steel cables poking out of the ground. On this hike, you will see a water tower and a large pipeline overhead. On the hills for mountain biking, hiking becomes difficult because of the lack of steps. It is recommended to wear boots with ankle support.

353

Indiana, Greene County

01 :17 hrs
1.8 mi
9.937866 ft
Moderate

The Shakamak Park has a lot to offer. Swimming, fishing, kayaking are a few of the many things you can do here. You can enroll on the InShape Walk program and enjoy the trails with other people. Taking you out of the campground and joining trail #3, you will walk through pines and oak trees. On this hike, you will go on bridges and climb stairs. The entry fee to the park is higher for out of state vehicles.

354

Kentucky, Bullitt County

01 :09 hrs
1.6 mi
10.20285 ft
Moderate

This trail goes along the Long Lick Creek and also parallels a railroad track. The trail is well marked. You will travel through a mostly flat, wooded area. Most of the trail is made up of gravel. The trail is inside Bernheim Forest. If you are looking for a longer trail in the area, you can do the Millennial Trail or Elm Lick Trail.

355

Indiana, South Bend

00 :15 hrs
0.7 mi
4.7828217 ft
Easy

In the middle of the city, paved and flat. An easy trail by the river and, the main attraction of the park is an ice skating rink. You may rent skates and skate during the winter months. Hiking is free, ice-skating costs to get into the rink and to rent skates.

356

Indiana, Brown County

01 :36 hrs
6.1 mi
58.653076 ft
Easy

Beautiful scenery as you ride through country roads. Be aware of the poor marking of the trail. Plan on traversing small ridges and ravines, forest and country roads.

357

Indiana, Brown County

02 :11 hrs
5.3 mi
100.746 ft
Moderate

Some stretches of this adventure are from a fire trail so be mindful of the markings. There are two good climbs on this path and great opportunity to see or hear wild turkeys. Expect a rocky stream crossing and you'll be rewarded with awesome views of the lake. Some parts of the trail are shared with horse riding.

358

Indiana, Jefferson County

01 :36 hrs
2 mi
13.8181305 ft
Moderate

The park has many ravines, waterfalls and fossils. To see the waterfalls at their best, come during spring or winter. This hike takes you from the campground to the nature center and Clifty Inn through the swimming pool. Park entry fee required.

359

Indiana, Perry County

01 :49 hrs
5.1 mi
36.128967 ft
Hard

Overnight stay is available at the campground. During the winter months, only the boat ramp and trails are open. To mountain bike one must purchase a permit. For the most part this is an easy hike, with very little variation on the climb. Be aware you may be exposed to ticks in parts of this trail. There will be several crossings of seasonal creeks. Hikers have the right of way over mountain bikers. Drinking water and restrooms are available at the campsite. There is an entry fee to get into the park.

360

Indiana, Brown County

01 :03 hrs
0.9 mi
74.56465 ft
Easy

This Park is well known for its fall colors because of its vast uninterrupted tree forest. This trail slopes into a forest of yellowwood trees. It is a loop that starts at the parking lot near the campground.

361

Kentucky, Woodford County

00 :59 hrs
2.7 mi
37.833527 ft
Moderate

This hike is near the Kentucky River and inside of the 370 acre, Buckley Wildlife Sanctuary. This trail follows sections of the red, yellow, and blue trail. You will pass through wooded areas, open fields, and meadows. You will also pass by a nice pond near the end of Blue Trail. The trails and grounds are closed on holidays and on Mondays, and Tuesdays. There is a donation well next to the parking lot that they ask visitors to donate to help with the maintenance of the sanctuary.

362

Indiana, Elkhart County

00 :34 hrs
1.6 mi
23.195557 ft
Easy

You will see savanna, pines, a meadow, hardwood trees and a patch of berries. The trail is not very well marked. The main attraction of the park is the Mill. Be watchful on the road crossing. Bring your own water on the hike.

363

Indiana, Carmel

00 :47 hrs
2.9 mi
7.577835 ft
Moderate

This is the very first official mountain biking park of Indiana. With many obstacles and different topography, every mountain biker can find something they want to do here. Go on manmade runs, ride through a forest of hardwood or climb. , From a beginner to the experts the variety of trails will sharpen anyone’s skill.

364

Indiana, Saint Joseph County

01 :46 hrs
3.4 mi
16.27707 ft
Moderate

There is something for everyone to do year-round at Potato Creek. Bring your own skis for cross-country skiing during the winter months. A variety of boats are available to rent. With a biking trail available, bikers are not allowed on the hiking paths. Hikers are welcome on the biking trail; bikers remember to always yield to hikers. You can bike this trail as a one-way destination and have a vehicle a