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The White River Greenway brings residents of Martinsville to the river, for rest, for relaxation and for education. The asphalt trail begins at Old Town Waverly Park, and follows the river's course southwest for 2 miles, through charming woods. In Autumn, the vegetation is bathed in Fall colors; in the Spring, migratory birds descend on the river. There are picnic tables at clearings beside the river, where visitors can share a meal or simply enjoy the view. The trail is also popular as a way to access the river for fishing.
Morgan County Parks manages the trail.
Park at Old Waverly Park, located 8425 Main St, Martinsville.
Perfect trail for walking, running or biking-2 miles out, 2 miles back. Beautiful scenery along the river with picnic tables along the way. Paved and flat.
My husband and I did this trail in Labor Day. The path is paved with some sun and some shade. No hills. Fabulous for those looking for an easy stroll or bike ride. The River was clean. We saw a huge snapper turtle over a short cliff. There were a few gravel/sand bars where people were fishing or skipping rocks.
Easy ride, no people
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