CLARKSVILLE DISCOVERY TRAIL

The Clarksville Discovery Trail is a recently built 1.9 mile trail connecting Clarksville with Jeffersonville and New Albany via the Ohio River Greenway.  Additionally, the Clarksville Discovery Trail connects with the Levee Trail, Heritage Trail, and Lewis and Clark Trail.  The Clarksville Discovery Trail is named after the Lewis and Clark expedition, formally known as the Corps of Discovery Expedition.

 
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LOCATION

County: Clark

City: Clarksville

Mileage: 1.9

East Endpoint - General: Applegate Lane

West Endpoint - General: Silver Creek

Notable Trailhead: 1200 Eastern Boulevard

Connection to bus, rail: none

Near to US highways: US Highway 31 and Interstates 65 and 265

 

TRAIL FEATURES

Type of Trail: Rail Trail

Surface: asphalt

Uses allowed: biking, hiking, walking

Attractive Features: River Heritage Conservancy, Ray Lawrence Park, Beechwood Park

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AGENCY INFORMATION

Town of Clarksville

2000 Broadway Street

Clarksville, IN 47129

(812) 288-7155

Agency Website

Trail Website

Trail Map

 
 

(317) 237-9348

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

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