This trail was a classic case of ‘build it and they will come!’ The three-mile path stretches from west of town, at the intersection of Indiana
662 and Yorkshire Road, to the Newburgh Locks & Dam east of town. It travels right through the heart of downtown
Newburgh along its riverfront, with restaurants and coffee shops along the way
and a farmers’ market on Saturdays.
There’s a spur off the trail up Indian Hill to Overlook Park, providing
a great view of the locks and dam. A
unique feature of this trail is that it makes use of a city street, which has
been converted to accommodate one-lane, one-way traffic on half the road while
walkers and bicyclists use the other half.
It’s a practical, economic approach that works! Plans are to extend the trail 1.85 miles west
to Angel Mounds, where it could connect to a trail from Evansville. All that’s needed is the money to build it.
Our Mission"To promote the development, use, and maintenance of an interconnected trail system of greenway corridors, off-road trails, sidewalks, and on-road bikeways for active transportation and recreation throughout the greater Evansville area."