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The Erie Trail (otherwise known as the North Judson Erie Trail) occupies the railbanked right-of-way of the former JK Line Railroad, running over eleven miles from downtown North Judson southeast to County Road 700 near Bass Lake. Eventually, the trail will extend another 5 miles to Monterey where it will link with that town's Monterey Erie Trail.
The trail passes through a landscape of hardwood forest, sand prairies and wetlands, far enough away from major roads and developments that it allows for peaceful exploration. You may encounter wildlife along the trail, including turkeys, deer, waterfowl and other birds.
You can park in North Judson along Main Street (the trail's northern end) and at the intersection of State Route 10 and County Road 250 West. There is a small parking area at the intersection S 100 W.
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