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Centerville’s Archway Trail runs adjacent to a new road on a former railroad corridor that connects downtown to a recently developed neighborhood. The wide, paved trail is one of several open components of the developing National Road Heritage Trail, along with the Pennsy Trail, Vandalia Trail, Indianapolis’ growing trail system and segments in Henry County and Terre Haute. When complete, the NRHT will stretch 150 miles from Terre Haute in the west to Richmond in the east.
The Archway Trail features picnic tables and simple benches periodically along its short route. At its western end, Maplewood Park contains an amphitheater, picnic pavilion, playground and restrooms. From there, it is a short trek down N. Morton Avenue to reach downtown Centerville, where you can view the arches embedded in five homes along Main Street/US 40 that give the town its nickname of the "City of Arches."
Limited parking for the Archway Trail is available along E. Water Street at Maplewood Park near the western trailhead.
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