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The Triplett Bikeway both figuratively and literally paved the way for more bike paths in the Village of Bluffton. The trail was built as a result of citizen organizing in the 1980's, led by Ropp and Mary Em Triplett. There are two off-street segments connected by village streets. The first segment starts on Lake Road and parallels the railroad tracks to State Route 103, a distance of nearly a half-mile. The lower segment can be reached by riding on village streets - Huber Street then Mound Street, Cherry Street, Geiger Street and College Avenue. This stretch, which passes under I-75, is much more wooded and winds its way along streams to Bluffton Village Park. Visitors there can engage in organized sports like soccer and baseball. There's also park seating and a playground.
Today, the Village is home to about 10 miles of soft and hard surface trails, and counting.
Parking can be found at the top of the trail on Lake Street. There's also parking at the south end at Bluffton Village Park (County Line Road 15, south of I-75).
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