Pigeon Creek Greenway Passage

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The Pigeon Creek Greenway Passage is a multi-use trail in Evansville, part of which follows along the Ohio River and, of course, Pigeon Creek. The popular trail features scenic resting areas and interesting sculptures, with access to parks, neighborhoods and city attractions, such as the Museum of Arts.

There are plans to extend the trail to circumnavigate the city. As of 2012, the trail runs in a continuous course between Heidelbach Avenue north of the city and Sunset Park along the river downtown.

Parking and Trail Access

The trail is widely accessible throughout Evansville. Parking is available at Sunset Park (Shawnee Drive near downtown along the river), at the end of 7th Avenue just south of Lloyd Expressway/SR 62, Lamasco Park (Iowa St. near the river), nearby Garvin Park (off Main St.) and at the end of Heidelbach Avenue.


We Want More!

   May, 2015 by roseretiredpostalworker

Well I have walked and biked what is laid out several times. Am really looking forward to trail extending, especially toward Angel Mounds and Newburgh. Only negative so far is when the water is up and can't go under the overpasses. One nice plus is kicking ...read more

Needs extension!

   July, 2014 by kansaskraze

This trail is a great trail for bikers, it goes from the Hiedelbach canoe launch to Sunset Park along the riverside. Needs the planned extension to Angel Mounds State Historic Site to connect with the Newburgh Rivertown Trail. read more

Great Urban Trail!

   July, 2014 by elizabethcorrell

Road the entire completed length of this wonderful trail on June 30, 2014. (6.3 miles/so 12.6 miles roundtrip) They plan to eventually make a complete circle around the city. It is paved the whole length, extremely well maintained, and very enjoyable ...read more