Plainfield, IN Atv Trails and Maps

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Big 4 Trail (Lebanon to Colfax)

big four going north

May, 2022 by jtkoehler2

Going from Thorntown to Colfax is now open and is really nice. All paved round trip 11.01 miles. Going south to Lebanon is very rough. The new paving will not start from Sarum Plant road until 2023. The city of Lebanon got the contract to replace the trial. The are starting on the downtown trail in the city first. Very few will use it because not is too close to cars especially you have kids riding.

Franciscan Trail

great new trail

April, 2022 by bgserpico

This trail is new, actually still has some finishing work being done. It has four bridges that cross over the two creeks. Most of the trail is in wooded area or in one of the two city parks. Good signage along with several pet clean up bag polls. Three rest stations with benches and trash cans. The 9th Ave crossing has manually activated warning lights. the trash cans.

Pennsy Trail

really nice trail

April, 2022 by reweddle09

Really nice for running. The path is very well kept, not too busy, and felt very safe.


Central Canal Towpath

very pretty trail

April, 2022 by reweddle09

Very nice trail. Watch out for the geese! They are vicious

Franciscan Trail

love my BG trail

April, 2022 by reweddle09

Scenic, safe, and wonderful.

Central Canal Towpath

Canal Tow Path

April, 2022 by dapgear1

Beautiful trail. Many species of birds. Also connects to Oldfields-Lilly where there is Pacers Bike Station.

White River Greenway (Noblesville)

Not for Inline Skating

March, 2022 by rtfbpygthk

I drove out to Noblesville to find a trailhead with parking. The path is definitely not for anyone on skates. The bridges were rickety wood making it impossible to pass over them. I drove further than I could skate.

Pennsy Trail


February, 2022 by jbrittain9994

Great trail! Great for bike riding, running, walking and with your dog!! I rode 30 miles on the trail one day. Love it.

Big 4 Trail (Whitestown)

Generic Midwest Trail

January, 2022 by 9kxsaiw86t

I would say it’s closer to 3.5 miles if you go to both ends round-trip. I took a bit of a detour into town to hit my 5 miles and there’s not much there as well. If you’re in the area and need a trail it’s a good option but it’s not worth going out of your way for.

Central Canal Towpath

Great trail

October, 2021 by tonyeret

Rode the trail today on a beautiful October day tying it in with the white river trail from downtown Indy. Temperature was 60 degrees and the path was in great shape after overnight rain. Sun King brewery at the turnaround. Awesome trail

Big 4 Trail (Lebanon to Colfax)

Fun trail!

October, 2021 by donanderson2828

Today was my first rails to trails ride and this one was amazing. Love the scenery and I plan to add many more to my list and come back to this trail again.

Midland Trace Trail

Westfield Segment Allows Golf Carts

October, 2021 by canterburymanortackshop

The trail is much longer than shown on this map. It continues through Noblesville to the intersection of SR 32 and Hague Road where there are further options. However, those who oversee the Westfield segment of the trail decided it was a good idea to allow golf carts on the trail. The trail, especially over bridges, is not much wider than a golf cart which makes this decision dangerous for walkers, runners, bikers, and children. The Noblesville section does not allow ANY motorized vehicles and is, therefore, much safer and more enjoyable.

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