Map of the Erie North Judson Trail


Erie North Judson Trail

Erie North Judson Trail Indiana map area

Erie North Judson Trail


9 miles




North Judson, Aldine, Bass Station, Monterey


rail trail, Indiana countryside, farmland, rural communities


Panhandle Pathway Trail




Regional Trails

The Erie North Judson Trail is a 9-mile long paved pathway that spans between the communities of North Judson and Bass Station in Northeastern Indiana.The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of-way. The landscaped route of the trail travels across Northern Indiana farmland and through groves of hardwood forest.


The Erie North Judson Trail is open for non-motorized uses such as bike riding and walking. The trail goes cross country away from traffic with relatively few road crossings.


The Erie North Judson Trail goes past the following communities: North Judson, Aldine, Bass Station and  Monterey.

Nearby Trails

Panhandle Pathway Trail: the two trails come within 10 miles of each other along Base Road N.

End Points

The west end of the Erie North Judson Trail is located at Main Street, east of Franklin Street, in North Judson. There is a small trailhead with parking at this location. The east end of the paved trail is located at Highway 35, to the south of E 800 S to the south of the community of Bass Lake.

There is also a separate 0.5-mile long paved pathway in Monterey along the same abandoned right-of-way. There are plans in the works to connect the two sections.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Erie North Judson Trail in Northeastern Indiana.