Map of bike paths / walking paths in Fort Wayne, IN


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling around Fort Wayne, Indiana

Fort Wayne, Indiana map area

Fort Wayne, Indiana

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Grabill Road Trail

Pufferbelly Trail

Rivergreenway - Maumee Pathway

Rivergreenway - St Joseph Pathway

Rivergreenway - St Marys Pathway

Rock Hill Park Trail

Salomon Farm Trail

Shoaff Park Trail

Tow Path Trail


Regional Trails

Fort Wayne is located in the northeast part of the State of Indiana not far from the border with Ohio. The city has an expanding number of recreational trails for bike riding, walking and running, enjoying the outdoors and getting some exercise.


The Rivergeenway is a 25-mile long system of paved paths that form a linear park in the cities of Fort Wayne and New Haven. The branches of the trail system follow St. Joseph River, St. Marys River and the Maummee River. The system connects 15 local parks and provides an excellent way to get about the city for recreational bike riders, walkers and those people communing to work or to school.

Towpath Trail

The Towpath Trail is a 5.5 mile long paved path that follows alongside the Wabash & Erie Canals. The trail goes through greenspaces past residential neighborhoods, across marshlands and commercial centers. The trail serves as a connector between the Aboite Trails and the Rivergreenway, creating a 60-mile system of interconnected trails.

Aboite Trails

The Aboite Trails consist of 18 miles of paved pathways in southwest Fort Wayne. They are in a hilly area and pride a little more of a challenge for the trail users.

Pufferbelly Trail

The Pufferbelly Trail has 4.2 miles of paved trail located on the north side of the Fort Wayne area.  The trail will eventually extend 13 miles to the south and connect with the Rivergreenway in Downtown Fort Wayne. The trail follows an abandoned railroad line and travels past residential neighborhoods and adjacent to the Smith Field Airport and Spuller Stadium. Much of the trail is located away from busy streets, though there are a number of street crossings.

Currently the north end of the Pufferbelly Trail is located at the parking area for the Life Bridge Church near the intersection of Corbin Road and Union Chapel Road. The southern end is located at w. Ludwig Trail to the west of Mutual Drive.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails located in Fort Wayne in Northeast Indiana

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Indiana

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Indiana.