Jasper, IN Birding Trails and Maps

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Indian Creek Trail (IN)

3 mi
State: IN
Concrete, Gravel

Jasper Riverwalk

3.4 mi
State: IN
Asphalt

Milwaukee Road Transportation Trailway

10.3 mi
State: IN
Cinder, Crushed Stone, Gravel

Patoka Lake Bike Trails

5.4 mi
State: IN
Asphalt, Concrete

Pigeon Creek Greenway Passage

6.7 mi
State: IN
Asphalt

Windy Creek Trail

0.7 mi
State: IN
Asphalt

Adkisson Greenbelt

14.8 mi
State: KY
Asphalt

Hi-Rail Greenway

2.5 mi
State: IN
Asphalt

City of Princeton Trails

2.65 mi
State: IN
Asphalt

Oak Hill Multi-Use Trail

0.7 mi
State: IN
Asphalt

Tell City Riverwalk

1.1 mi
State: IN
Asphalt
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
The Indian Creek Trail is actually a series of interconnected trails stretching between between the YMCA and the Hayswood Nature Reserve, near Corydon in Harrisburg County. From the YMCA of Harrison...
IN 3 mi Concrete, Gravel
Following the Patoka River, the Jasper Riverwalk is a pleasantly easy path that offers opportunities for recreation and connection. Mid-way along the route, the Dave Buehler Plaza (500 E 4th...
IN 3.4 mi Asphalt
The Milwaukee Road Transportation Trailway (also known as the Milwaukee Trail) will one day stretch 20 miles through southwestern Indiana from Bedford to Indian Springs. The region’s rural beauty will...
IN 10.3 mi Cinder, Crushed Stone, Gravel
Managed by the Indiana DNR, The Patoka Lake Bike Trails offers trail users access to a variety of attractions around this scenic lake. Starting off from the Pakota Lake Main Gate, the trail first...
IN 5.4 mi Asphalt, Concrete
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...
IN 6.7 mi Asphalt
The Windy Creek Trail is a 0.7-mile, eight-foot wide trail in Tell City, Perry County. The path is flat, asphalt and usable for a range of non-motorized uses including walking, jogging, cycling and...
IN 0.7 mi Asphalt
Adkinsson Greenbelt Park offers an extensive paved trail running throughout the city of Owensboro in Daviess County, Kentucky. It makes its way through many of the city's parks and to a few...
KY 14.8 mi Asphalt
Opened in 2018, the Hi-Rail Greenway serves as an important non-motorized route in Evansville. Its name comes from the Indiana Hi-Rail System, a former freight railroad which the rail-trail was built...
IN 2.5 mi Asphalt
Evansville's Wabash & Erie Canal Trail travels through a dense hardwood forest in Wesselman Park, next to the Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve, a 200-acre National Natural Landmark and State Nature...
IN 0.4 mi Dirt
A network of paved off-road trails crisscrossing the City of Princeton offers opportunities for both recreation and commuting. This trail network provides a safer and more pleasant way to navigate the...
IN 2.65 mi Asphalt
The Oak Hill Multi-Use Path is a short roadside trail in Evansville, Indiana. The trail starts on East Walnut Road and heads north. Sitting on the east side of US-41, the path curves around the Lloyd...
IN 0.7 mi Asphalt
While Tell City's historic floodwall, which dates back to the late 1930s, plays the essential role of protecting the city when the Ohio River's level rises, it could also be viewed as a visual and...
IN 1.1 mi Asphalt

Recent Trail Reviews

Milwaukee Road Transportation Trailway

JUNE 27 2024 MILE MARKER 4.5 FROM BEDFORD TREE BLOCKING TRAIL

June, 2024 by john.ubelhor

JUNE 27 2024 MILE MARKER 4.5 FROM BEDFORD TREE BLOCKING TRAIL

Milwaukee Road Transportation Trailway

Our first rail trail!

June, 2024 by jasonahyer

My wife and I rode this in early June 2024 not knowing what to expect, but it was a wonderful experience! The trail is well maintained though the west half was not at the same level as the eastern half. Being a rail trail the inclines and declines were gentle, but given the terrain, constant. Make sure your ebike batteries are fully charged!

Milwaukee Road Transportation Trailway

Nice trail in a remote area

June, 2024 by kcwyks_tl

We're in our 60s and like medium length rides that arent too strenuous.
We started our ride at the west end trailhead at Williams Indiana right by the dam. You have to take a very curvy highway 450 to get there, but the experience was worth it. When you get to Williams, as you exit 450 and head to the boat ramp, go slowly, look to the left and you will see the trail, but there is no signage. There is plenty of parking near the dam. Starting at the end, which is mile marker 10.5, we went 7 miles to mile marker 3.5 and turned around. Most of the trail is in shade through some beautiful hardwood forests with constant bird songs. Every half mile is marked on a post or boulder. Trail surface is compacted gravel in fair condition with a few small washouts to watch for. We dont have wide tires and did OK. Bridges and approaches in fair condition, some bridge deck boards will need attention soon. Weed control is good. Some small branches hanging low over the trail. The first 2 miles or so out of Williams are mostly uphill, about 2 percent grade, then some ups and downs, then about 3 miles of downhill to mp 3.5. These grades are a little steeper than we have encountered on other rails to trails. There are no services on this segment, and weak cellphone signal. And a note to E-bike riders: PLEASE announce your approach to other bikers from behind WELL IN ADVANCE because you typically travel much faster than us pedalers. Enjoy! by kcwyks of Missouri

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Milwaukee Road Transportation Trailway

Nice trail in a remote area

June, 2024 by kcwyks_tl

We're in our 60s and like medium length rides that arent too strenuous.
We started our ride at the west end trailhead at Williams Indiana right by the dam. You have to take a very curvy highway 450 to get there, but the experience was worth it. When you get to Williams, as you exit 450 and head to the boat ramp, go slowly, look to the left and you will see the trail, but there is no signage. There is plenty of parking near the dam. Starting at the end, which is mile marker 10.5, we went 7 miles to mile marker 3.5 and turned around. Most of the trail is in shade through some beautiful hardwood forests with constant bird songs. Every half mile is marked on a post or boulder. Trail surface is compacted gravel in fair condition with a few small washouts to watch for. We dont have wide tires and did OK. Bridges and approaches in fair condition, some bridge deck boards will need attention soon. Weed control is good. Some small branches hanging low over the trail. The first 2 miles or so out of Williams are mostly uphill, about 2 percent grade, then some ups and downs, then about 3 miles of downhill to mp 3.5. These grades are a little steeper than we have encountered on other rails to trails. There are no services on this segment, and weak cellphone signal. And a note to E-bike riders: PLEASE announce your approach to other bikers from behind WELL IN ADVANCE because you typically travel much faster than us pedalers. Enjoy! by kcwyks of Missouri

Patoka Lake Bike Trails

This trail was awesome. So much beauty throughout between the trees and the lake. Well paved. There is a $7 fee to get in the park but it is well worth it!

October, 2023 by jlhayden17

This trail was awesome. So much beauty throughout between the trees and the lake. Well paved. There is a $7 fee to get in the park but it is well worth it!

Milwaukee Road Transportation Trailway

Beautiful Trail

October, 2023 by currymk1

This trail is beautiful. The trail surface is smooth and well maintained. There isn’t much signage at the trailheads. You will need to take water with you as there is no place to stop. Parking is ample on the Williams end. Definitely a must do trail! Very easy out and back for a total of 20 miles.

Adkisson Greenbelt

Diverse Trail

August, 2023 by wegot2go

A diverse trail running alongside busy streets, fields of soybeans, wooded areas, and into small communities with lush greenery and small lakes. Not well marked.

Milwaukee Road Transportation Trailway

My husband and I rode this trail on August 6. We loved it! It was very peaceful!

August, 2023 by alanel61

My husband and I rode this trail on August 6. We loved it! It was very peaceful!

Indian Creek Trail (IN)

Great trail

March, 2023 by wmjppfb2xn

Easy access from either end of the trail. Great trail that winds through a part of town and along a train track, then along the River. Some mud and debris along the low portion of the trail, but most had be removed allowing easy biking or walking rail road tracks and parks. Trail was well marked and mainly concrete that was mainly cleared after some flooding. Easy to bike or walk with some inclines. Nice trail!

Indian Creek Trail (IN)

This is a beautiful trail with a gorgeous creek....worth the drive from Louisville

January, 2023 by jlhayden17

This is a beautiful trail with a gorgeous creek....worth the drive from Louisville

Jasper Riverwalk

impressive use of floodplain

October, 2022 by bruceimholte

We enjoyed biking this paved bike path in Jasper. It is not a fast ride, but a chance to take a break while traveling through Indiana. The City of Jasper has set aside a valuable recreation area in acreage that could just be wasted area. The trail is multiple use when many access points for residents. Midway, we biked 3 blocks to the Schnitzelbank restaurant and joined the lunch crowd for authentic German food with leftovers. The board walks are a bit tight to navigated, but maybe walking bikes across and enjoying nature is a better use of the bridge. maybewalkibikes across and

Jasper Riverwalk

Good trail for Jasper area

October, 2022 by jawinner

There aren’t a lot of paved bike trail options in the Dubois county area, so this one is nice to have available. The older section is scenic, and the newer section adds some mileage for a good out and back ride. One short steep hill but very easy otherwise. Watch out for traffic crossings.

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