Celebrate Trails Day in Logansport, Indiana!

Hosted on the fourth Saturday of April, Celebrate Trails Day is an annual spring celebration of America’s trails. Started by Rails to Trails Conservancy in 2013, the celebration encourages people across the country to get outside and enjoy the nation’s exceptional trails and trail systems.

Logansport, Indiana is home to several trails for bicycle and pedestrian use.

You can find a trail map from the Logansport Parks Department here.

Trails/walking paths managed by Logansport Parks:

Eel River Run
Fairview Park Loop
Huston Park Trails
Little Turtle Waterway Trail
Riverside Park Loop
Spencer Park Loop
Tower Park Loop

Managed by other trail enthusiasts:

River Bluff Trail and Hervey Preserve
Panhandle Pathway
France Park Trails

There’s also a connector route linking the Panhandle Pathway and the Nickel Plate Trail.

You can learn more about the history of some of the trails here.

In Logansport, we experience all four seasons – and sometimes it even seems like we experience them all in the same day!

Residents and visitors enjoy our trails year-round: on sunny, spring days when the flowers are beginning to bloom; on hot, summer days when the trees provide a shady retreat; on crisp, fall days when the leaves crunch beneath your feet; and on quiet winter days when snow covers the ground.

Whether you’re a current, past or prospective resident or visitor, we invite you to spend some time exploring our diverse little city that people from all over the world choose to call home!

River Bluff Trail in winter. Photo courtesy of Cass County Communication Network
Huston Park Trail Marker. Photo courtesy of Cass County Communication Network
Little Turtle Waterway Trail. Photo courtesy of Cass County Communication Network

Top of page: Little Turtle Waterway Extension. Photo courtesy of Cass County Communication Network.

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