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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LOCATION

County: Wells

City: Bluffton

Mileage: 2.5

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

 

TRAIL FEATURES

Type of Trail: River Trail

Surface: asphalt

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.

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

City of Bluffton

Parks Department

128 East Market Street

Bluffton, IN  46714

260-824-6069

Agency Website

 

More Information

 

(317) 237-9348

1060 N Capitol Ave Suite C 130, Indianapolis, IN 46202, USA

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