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.

Reviews

Awesome discovery!

   August, 2016 by andersondan

I started at U Street trailhead (the only parking that I am aware of) on a hybrid 15-speed. I think that this is the perfect bike for the trail. Skinny street tires might not do so well in the gravel. The gravel is very small and well packed though. There ...read more

Nice Easy Ride!

   August, 2016 by sweetcat

Biked from U street to Dams Rd. a bit father than 10 miles and then back to U street. We rode our mountain bikes and they handled the gravel easily. I didn't see any fresh water sources until the small market at the end so carry water as needed. There ...read more

Beautiful Ride and Good Challenge

   July, 2016 by tracyrk

Gravel path handled our thin tire bikes easily. They built a brand new covered bridge. It was all dressed up for July 4th celebration. The low gradient hills were just the right challenge. Sure glad we had gear shift bikes. At the end of the round trip ...read more