Milwaukee Road Transportation Trailway

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The Milwaukee Road Transportation Trailway will one day stretch 20 miles through southwestern Indiana from Bedford to Indian Springs. The region’s rural beauty will be showcased along the way with limestone rock cuts, shady tree canopies, wildflowers, and numerous creek crossings.

The rail-trail follows the route of the former Milwaukee Road Railroad and, as of October 2014, more than 5 miles of its crushed limestone path are now open from Bedford to Coxton Road in Lawrence County. Future phases will continue to push the trail west into Martin County.

Parking and Trail Access

The main trailhead can be found at U Street in Bedford on the eastern end of the trail.


Best in the area

   May, 2016 by jcondon14

I use the trail 2-3 times/week for running and occasionally biking. First section from U Street goes 5 miles before crossing Coxton Rd. Very safe and scenic. See lots of wildlife on days without heavy use (when others stay indoors). Large red fox on the more

not bad for rural in!

   April, 2016 by scibek

surprisingly good ride; a local told me it's rather new, so it made sense that several overpasses of the western half weren't finished. decks were in place, but no railings as of late april '16, so be sure to head out while sober that way for a while. my more

Great trail !! My first Rail Trail !!

   February, 2016 by michael.webb.1253

I currently ride MTB and Road bike. But,,, looking to explore some NEW biking adventures this year. I stumbled upon the Milwaukee Trail. Not knowing what to expect, I brought my MTB for this ride. Very surprised at how well the trail rode with crushed more