DUNES KANKAKEE TRAIL

The Dunes Kankakee Trail is a 1.8 mile trail that runs from the Indiana Dunes Visitor Center just off US Highway 20 north past the South Shore station, linking up with the Calumet Trail on its way to one of the entrances for Indiana Dunes National Park.  The Dune Park South Shore station allows for cyclists to take the train to other locations to ride their bicycle.  Click here for more information concerning taking your bicycle on the South Shore line.  The trail crosses over both US Highway 20 and US Highway 12. The goal of the trail is to take it south through Porter County all the way to the Kankakee River, linking with many other trails along the way, including the American Discovery Trail.

 

LOCATION

County: Porter

City: Porter

Mileage: 1.8

North Endpoint - General: Indiana Dunes Entrance at the end of N CR-25 E

South Endpoint - General: Indiana Dunes National Park - Visitor Center

Notable Trailhead: Visitor Center

Connection to bus, rail: Dune Park South Shore Railroad Station

Near to US highways: US Highway 20 and US Highway 12

 

TRAIL FEATURES

Type of Trail: Sidepath

Surface: asphalt

Uses allowed: biking, hiking, walking

Attractive Features: Indiana Dunes State Park, Connects with Calumet trail

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Indiana Dunes National Park

1100 North Mineral Springs Road 
Porter, IN 46304

219-395-1882

Agency Website

Trail Website

 

More Information

 

(317) 237-9348

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

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