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The Wabash River Trail in Wabash County, Indiana, is a scenic and multi-functional pathway that extends approximately 7.5 miles from the Smith Street Trailhead, sharing its course through Paradise Spring Historical Park in Wabash, then extending out to Schmalzreid Road in Lagro, Indiana. The trail, which is fully paved, provides a variety of recreational opportunities and connects two vibrant communities along the Wabash River. 


There is one section of about 3/4 of a mile where it pops out onto Old Lagro Road before returning to a paved trail along the river just outside Lagro city limits. There are also seasonal restroom facilities at the Smith Street trailhead in Wabash and downtown Lagro.

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County: Wabash

City: Wabash and Lagro

Mileage: 7 miles

East Endpoint - Specific: Tipton and Basin Streets, Lagro

West Endpoint - General: Wabash Riverwalk, Wabash

Notable Trailhead: Paradise Spring Historical Park

Near to US highways: US Highway 24

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Type of Trail: River Trail 

Surface: paved

Uses allowed: walking, jogging, bicycling

Which uses NOT allowed:  motorized vehicles

Attractive Features: Runs along Wabash River

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Wabash River Trail, Inc.

P.O. Box 810

Wabash, IN 46992

Trail Website

Trail Map

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More Information

The website highlights events, parking, facilities, businesses friendly to trail users, and much more.  

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