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Following the Wabash River for 7 miles, the Wabash River Trail combines a community pathway, river recreation, canal history, and land conservation. The trail offers the opportunity to experience the region's small towns, active communities, pastoral landscapes, farm country, and historic features. Running between Wabash and Lagro, this paved trail is perfect for all manner of recreational activities. Whether you are looking to leisurely enjoy the scenic river views or engaging in exercise, the Wabash River Trail is for you. Open for running, walking, and biking, it's also prime spot for observing bald eagles and other river wildlife. The trail provides areas for fishing, canoe and kayak access to the river, and scenic overlooks.
In Wabash, the trail connects with the Wabash Riverwalk Trail.
Parking is available at multiple locations along the route.
In Wabash, there is a parking lot near Paradise Spring Historical Park (351 W Market St). The lot is located on S. Huntington Street just north of the bridge. Additional parking in Wabash can be found on Hill Street. The parking lot is located just east of 619 E. Hill Street. Signage on the road will direct you to the trail parking.
In Lagro, there is a parking lot located at 850 Basin Street.
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