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The Perry County Greenway, also known as the Windy Creek Trail, is a 0.6 mile long trail that follows Windy Creek through Hagedorn Park.  From Payne Street, the trail winds through a wooded area down to Frank Clemens Field and JFK Pool, past the dog park to 19th Street.

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County: Perry

City: Tell City

Mileage: 0.6

North Endpoint - Specific: Payne Street and Brushy Fork Road

East Endpoint - Specific: 19th Street and Windy Creek

Notable Trailheads: Payne Street and Windy Creek

Near to US highways: US Highway 60

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Type of Trail: Forest Trail, Shared Use Path / Trail, River Trail

Surface: paved

Uses allowed: walking, biking, running, rollerblading

Wheelchairs allowed: yes

Which uses NOT allowed: Motorized

Attractive Features: Follows Windy Creek through Hagedorn Park

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Tell City Parks & Recreation

700 Main Street

Tell City, IN  47586


Park Website

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More Information

From the website:

Construction of the Tell City Greenway Trail in Hagedorn Park for pedestrian and bicycle use was completed in 2008. The asphalt trail is 8 feet wide; 3,390 feet long following the bank of Windy Creek. A trailhead with parking facilities is located off HWY 37 near Brushy Fork Road.

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