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The Krebs Trailhead Park has a multiuse trail follows the former Winona Interurban Railroad. Located in southeast Warsaw, the paved rail-trail is a mile long as it runs through Krebs Trailhead Park and crosses railroad tracks into Winona Lake to briefly follow the lake's eastern shore.
From the intersection of Market Street and South McKinley Street, the trail heads south through the park. There is a picnic pavilion, a drinking fountain, restrooms, bike racks, and a bicycle repair station. The park also has an 100ft section of the historic Winona Interurban Railroad track running alongside the trail. Started in 1902, the railroad once had 77 miles of rail running from Peru to Goshen.
From the southern end of the park, the route utilizes sidewalks as it follows McKinley Street and crosses under active railroad tracks to East Winona Avenue. Following Park Avenue south along the edge of the lake, the trail is wide and paved with scenic views of the water and boat launch access. The route comes to an end at the Village At Winona, a historic area that is now a popular destination with plenty of shopping, dining, recreational, and event opportunities.
Parking is available in spaces along Park Avenue between Kings Highway and Administration Boulevard. Additional street parking may be available in Warsaw or in nearby commercial parking lots. Be sure to follow the signs.
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