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Muncie's White River Greenway follows the course of its namesake river through the city between W. White River Boulevard at W. River Road and N. Gavin Street at Bunch Boulevard. The trail corridor runs through a narrow greenway between the river and urban neighborhoods, passing through several parks. A highlight of the route is the beautiful John Craddock Wetland Nature Preserve on the east end of the trail. Spanning 27 acres, the preserve allows travelers to experience woodland, wetland, and prairie habitats.
In Muncie, the White River Greenway also crosses the Cardinal Greenway, the longest rail-trail in the state and an inductee into the Rail-Trail Hall of Fame. The trails connect via a pedestrian bridge by the Cardinal Greenway's McCulloch Boulevard trailhead and via the new pedestrian Kitselman Bridge, both of which cross the White River. The Kitselman Trailhead Park is located on the river's east shore, off East Jackson Street/State Road 32 and Bunch Boulevard on Muncie’s east side. Just south of the John Craddock Wetland Nature Preserve, the park has a short trail loop and a parking lot with two accessible spaces.
Parking and trail access is available at a number of locations along the trail. You can access the trail from any of the parks it passes through: Westside Park (parking here), White River Park (2.6 miles of parkland along White River Blvd; parking near Dill St), Tuehy Park (North St; cross White River Blvd to access trail), McCulloch Boulevard east of Elm Street (also access the Cardinal Greenway here), McCulloch Park (cross McCulloch Blvd to access trail), and the Kitselman Bridge and Trailhead Park (parking and access the Cardinal Greenway here).
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