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Winona Lake Area Trails

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Take a Hike or Bike

The Winona Lake and Heritage Trails are part of over 80 miles of trails and bike routes in Northern Indiana’s Kosciusko County. The Heritage Trail includes family (and pet) friendly paved trails for walking, running, or cycling and the Winona Lake Trail is a more challenging mountain bike trail for adult riders.

Spark the outdoor in you and make a memory with family and friends by walking and riding through the Winona Lake greenways and along the lake. A Bike Share program is available for bike rentals.

Refresh at the Winona Lake Beach and splash pad. Stop along Canal Street and shop in The Village at Winona. Take the kids to Rocket Fizz for a sweet snack or Kelainey’s for an ice cream splurge. Routes connect Winona Lake with the City of Warsaw trail system.

Consider traveling up to the town of Syracuse to walk or ride the Syracuse-Wawasee Trail that takes you through wetlands, along Lake Wawasee (Indiana’s largest natural lake), and near Syracuse Lake. Cool off at Lakeside Park and Beach on Syracuse Lake and plan lovely shop stops in downtown Syracuse.

All trails and routes have fun, casual, and delicious dining options along the way. Whether you are in Winona Lake, Warsaw, or Syracuse you are sure to Live Well in the Moment.

Contact Information

Winona Lake Area Trails
410 Boys City Dr
Winona Lake, IN 46590

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Things To Do

  • Walking
  • hiking
  • cycling
  • mountain biking

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