Cloverleaf Trail


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Cloverleaf Trail Facts

States: Indiana
Counties: Howard
Length: 1.65 miles
Trail end points: W Madison Street & Wabash St. and Markland Avenue
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 12676895

Cloverleaf Trail Description

The Cloverleaf Trail is a recreational trail in Kokomo, Indiana, that was built on a former Norfolk Southern railroad bed. The trail extends from Madison Street to Markland Avenue, with an extension underway to Dixon Road. Its a multi-use trail, welcoming to pedestrians and cyclists of all ages. It passes through a largely residential setting, with access to some businesses. The Cloverleaf Trail also acts as a link between two other Kokomo trails: the Industrial Heritage Trail and the Wildcat Creek Walk of Excellence.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking might be available at Mehlig Dog Park (1701 W Carter St, Kokomo) or at the local business along the trail.

Cloverleaf Trail Reviews

Short trail

This is a relaxing trail that takes through the older neighborhoods of kokomo. Just south of downtown the Industrial Heritage trail intersects the Walk of Excellence just north of the iron railway bridge. Take this trail west to reach the Cloverleaf trail. It's a straight shot and paved. The Cloverleaf trail goes south for a third of a mile. Then take it back north and it will eventually turn east and hit the Industrial Heritage trail near it's north end. It's paved all the way and easy to follow. From the north side it's not as obvious but take the trail west on the south side of North Street. The Walk of Excellence is just west of the Mehlig Dog Park and you can take that back east to reconnect with the Industrial Heritage Trail. There are no reststops on this short stretch but there is one on the Walk of Excellence in the UCT park (it's very obvious, you can't miss).

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