The B&O Trail, which is being developed along the former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad corridor, is planned to one day stretch more than 60 miles from Indianapolis to Montezuma. The segment in Brownsburg, on the western outskirts of the capital, is comprised of two paved pathways totaling just over 3 miles, which offer tree-lined routes through residential communities and rural countryside.
The western section is just under 2 miles and runs from State Road 267 to E. County Road 300 North. The eastern section travels for about a mile from Ronald Regan Parkway to County Line Road (Raceway Road), including a trek over the White Lick Creek bridge in a scenic wetlands area. The mile-long gap between the two trail sections is privately owned.
Parking and Trail Access
For the western segment of the trail, parking is available at State Road 267; users can park north of the trail, on Windham Court (on the east side of SR 267). Further east, trail-goers can also park where the trail crosses Odell Street; this is between County Road 300 North and County Road 400 North.
For the eastern segment of the trail, parking is available in the center of the Wynbrooke subdivision on Northern Dancer Drive.