BLUFFTON RIVER GREENWAY
The Bluffton River Greenway follows the Wabash River southeast out of the downtown area toward Ouabache State Park. The 2.5 mile long trail ends at S 450 E, however, for those who cross the bridge and the road, the State Park has a paved trail for those who would like to continue following a trail into the park. The trail passes Riverside Fitness Park, Howard Rich Pavilion, and White Bridge Picnic Area.
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West Endpoint - General: Wabash Street and Scott Street
East Endpoint - General: S 450 E
Notable Trailhead: Wabash Street and Scott Street, White Bridge Picnic Area
Near to US highways: US Highway 224
Type of Trail: River Trail
Uses allowed: biking, walking, rollerblading
Which uses NOT allowed: horses
Attractive Features: Wabash River corridor connects to Ouabache State Park (wildlife, outdoor recreation facilities) Some buildings date back to1930's. Boating access near White Bridge, covered bridge replica, amphitheater.