Zionsville Rail Trail

For those who enjoy the great outdoors, there’s nothing better than a long, secluded trail system on a sunny day. Immersing yourself in the sunshine, listening to the wind, animals, and insects about you, and getting exercise while taking in the scenic beauty of the Indiana countryside is a pretty hard thing to beat. The Zionsville Rail Trail is a great way to experience the simple pleasures of a nature trail.


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A 3.5 mile trail, the Zionsville Rail Trail is well equipped for biking, rollerblading, and hiking. The rail trail is located on an old railway line and takes visitors upwards through a massive boardwalk that spans Eagle Creek, the creek that eventually flows into Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis. T

zionsville-rail-trailThe first part of the trail is asphalt, while the second is crushed limestone, making it a smooth, comfortable surface for any transportation.

view-of-zionsville-rail-trailThe Zionsville Rail Trail begins at Starkey Nature Park; from there is passes through Boone County and proceeds through an old growth forest before taking a tunnel under a road on the outskirts of Zionsville, eventually leading hikers into residential neighborhoods.

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Zionsville Rail Trail
Zionsville, IN 46077