In Wabash is Paradise Spring Historical Park, bound on the south by the Wabash River and to the East by the Norfolk Southern Railroad Mainline connecting Wabash with Marion.  The park is bisected by a railroad spur serving businesses on the near north side of downtown Wabash. In the park is a 0.75 mile long trail that has great views of the river and crosses the tracks.  The Paradise Spring Riverwalk Trail is a pleasant yet short trail in a historically important part of old Wabash.



County: Wabash

City: Wabash

Mileage: 0.75

North Endpoint - Specific: Allen Street at Market Street

South Endpoint - Specific: Allen Street at Canal Street

Notable Trailhead: Paradise Spring Historical Park

Near to US highways: US Highway 24



Type of TrailRail with Trail, River Trail

Surface: paved

Uses allowed: biking, walking, hiking

Attractive Features: Paradise Spring Historical Park



City of Wabash Parks Department

202 S Wabash St

Wabash, IN 46992


Agency Website

Trail Website


More Information

From the website:

A closed loop trail located at Paradise Spring Historical Park


(317) 237-9348

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

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