While not a rail-trail, the Rivergreenway is a 23-mile linear park within the cities of Fort Wayne and New Haven in Allen County, Indiana. The trail is located along the banks of the St. Marys, St. Joseph, and Maumee Rivers. This natural corridor provides an opportunity for recreation, fitness and conservation while getting away from it all but still being linked close to everything. It is also utilized as a means of alternative transportation. In the coming years, this trail network will be connected, via the Wabash-Erie Canal Towpath Trail, with a series of trails in southwest Fort Wayne, providing recreation enthusiasts with a 40-mile east/west corridor across the County. Also planned is a rail--trail in northwestern Allen County which will also link up with the Rivergreenway.
Parking and Trail Access
My wife and I spent three days in Fort Wayne just so we could explore most of the trails offered and indulge in some good food. Our first day started at Tillman park on the south side and heads North to intersect with all the spurs and trails that make ...
A group of us  road the rail Sunday am [7-25-10] and found it to be a low traffic ride that provides great views of the Allen County parks and river views. We entered at the trail head off of Smith Road in the southwest corner of the county. Views ...
A Great Greenway Review
The Rivergreenway is a great network of trails. I regularly ride the St. Marys and Maumee Pathways. On occasion I get up to the St. Joseph Pathway but it's currently a short path that will be expanded upon in the coming years. If you look closely along ...