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POLLY GRIMSHAW TRAIL

The Poly Grimshaw trail is the oldest pedestrian trail in Bloomington, built in 1976.  It was named after a librarian at Indiana University as a way to honor her efforts to provide a safe path for pedestrians to get to the University.  While short, at 0.65 miles, It does provide a safe alternative for pedestrians wishing to avoid the College Mall area.

 

LOCATION

Counties: Monroe

Mileage: 0.65

West Endpoint (#1) - General: State Route 46 just south of the railroad crossing.

East Endpoint (#2) – Specific: Park Ridge Park

Direction to #2 from #1: Northwest

 

TRAIL FEATURES

Type of TrailRail with Trail

Surface: asphalt

Uses allowed: walking, biking, hiking

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

City of Bloomington

Public Works

401 N Morton St.

Suite 120

Bloomington, IN  47404

Agency Website

 

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