Map of the Oak Savannah Trail

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Oak Savannah Trail

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Oak Savannah Trail

LENGTH:

8.8 miles

SURFACE:

paved

COMMUNITIES:

Griffith, Hobart

HIGHLIGHTS:

Oak Ridge Prairie County Park, rail-trail

NEARBY TRAILS:

Prairie Duneland Trail

Erie Lackawanna Trail

RELATED LINKS:

Hammond

Regional Trails

The Oak Savannah Trail is a 8.8-mile long paved pathway that extends from Oak Ridge Prairie County Park in Griffith to E. 5th Street and S. Indiana Street in Hobart. The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of-way and travels in an east-west direction. The route includes thick forests, residential neighborhoods and farmland.

Conditions

The Oak Savannah Trail is paved and open for bike riding, running and walking. The trail does have numerous street crossings.

Highlights

The Oak Savannah Trail goes past the following parks and other points of interest: Oak Ridge Prairie County Park, Robinson Park and Lake George

Nearby Trails

Prairie Duneland Trail: The west end of the Prairie Duneland Trail is about 1 mile from the east end of the Oak Savannah Trail in Hobart.

Erie Lackawanna Trail: The Erie Lackawanna Trail goes past the west end of the Oak Ridge Prairie County Park and is about 1.7 miles from the west end of the Oak Savannah Trail.

End Points

The west end of the Oak Savannah Trail is located at the parking area for Oak Ridge Prairie County Park on S. Colfax Street in Griffith. In Hobart, there is a large parking area for the trail off of Lake Street, south of E. 7th Street.

The east end of the trail is located at Indiana Street and E. 5th Street in Hobart. Trail users can use the local streets in Hobart to connect to the Prairie Duneland Trail that extends over 10-miles from Hobart to Broadway in Chesterton.


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Oak Savannah Trail in Northwestern Indiana.