Crawfordsville Trails and Maps

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Explore the best rated trails in Crawfordsville, IN. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Lafayette Linear Park and Bicentennial Trail. With more than 55 trails covering 263 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.

Recent Trail Reviews

Pennsy Trail

EBike Friendly

June, 2023 by momandthree

Pristine trail that is Ebike friendly and chocked full of geocaches! Perfect walking trail as well, extremely well maintained. The trip through the solar system is definitely a bonus!

Monon Trail

Haved loved this trail for 20+ years

May, 2023 by mccurdy.john

I've been riding this trail for many years, and after checking out other trails (in-state and out), I am always feeling grateful that we have this amazing amenity in our state. The previous comment describing the Monon Trail as "boring" is laughable, unless you find riding through vibrant midwest towns with art galleries, breweries, restaurants, lovely countryside etc. nearby boring!

One of the best things the state of Indiana has ever done.

Big 4 Trail (Lebanon to Colfax)

big 4needs repair on Thorntown section

May, 2023 by jtkoehler2

The Thorntown section has bumps on the pavement from Sugar Creek to Serum Plant road. The trail north of Sugar Creek is great. The section south of Serum Plant road is getting repaved and should be open in the fall. I wish Thorntown would repair their part they are responsible for maintaining.


Big 4 Trail (Lebanon to Colfax)

great trail

May, 2023 by jtkoehler2

We rode the trail today May 19,there is a tree down . I called Colfax clerks office and they said they will get to it. From past experience with the office,they are pretty quick on taking care of any problems. I also asked them when cutting the grass to blow the clippings into the grass not on the trail. The Thorntown section from Sugar Creek south, needs some repair. Various places on the trail have nickeled asphalt

White River Greenway Trail (Martinsville)

skate trail

May, 2023 by grubbs.megan95

Great for inline or quad skating. After the bridge there’s this tree that has little seeds that can be an issue for wheels. Has a kayak/canoe drop point now to.

Parke Community Rail Trail

So much fun!

May, 2023 by hsrector224

Nicely paved and well maintained. It looks like it’s about to expand and I can’t wait to see where it goes!

Big 4 Trail (Lebanon to Colfax)

Mild and straight

May, 2023 by joe3dominik

I rode from Colfax to Thorntown today. There are intermittent patches of mustard garlic up and down the trail. I would like to see a clean-up planned for this part of the trail to clear the mustard garlic.

Franciscan Trail

Beech Grove Franciscan Trail

April, 2023 by craigwayman

Great clean fun new trail! Very easy to follow. Includes a park one can ride around in.

Nickel Plate Trail (Indianapolis-Fishers-Noblesville)

Construction of Noblesville section of NPT is under construction

April, 2023 by oliver.strobel

Update (4/23) – construction of the Noblesville section has commenced! according to the Noblesville government update, an anticipated completion date iwill be November 2023. This will be a great connector between Indy, Fishers and Noblesville. The trail will ultimately tie into the Midland Trace Trail to the north and the Fall Creek and the Monon Trails in Indianapolis to the south.

Midland Trace Trail

Great walk with my dogs

March, 2023 by 1corinthians6

Took my dogs on this trail in the early evening in March 2023 and it was a great walk. Not many folks, and much of it was secluded in forest or with lakes on either side of the trail. I imagine it might be buggy in the summer, given all the water. Started in Westfield and went east. Will do it again.

Wabashiki Trail

great location

February, 2023 by jtibbett

Enjoyed the ride no issue with dogs Good parking area with restrooms I would do it again

Bicentennial Trail

Bicentennial Trail

January, 2023 by ed4lu

This trail is a classic example of short trails connected to longer and developed trails that allow access from neighboring areas. The trail is smooth with short access points along the way … it is open with most sections without tree cover and can get very hot during the Indiana summer ! This is the type of trail needed in many places in Indiana where small feeders trails bring residents out to longer and developed systems!

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