2018 Fishing Line Trail 5k Run / Walk

Noble Trails is proud to hold the 2018 Fishing Line Trail 5k Run / Walk.  This event is our kick-off to the 2018 season. 

The route of the 5k will begin at Gene Stratton Porter State Historic Site, and will follow the local roads to the Fishing Line Trail.  After a wandering journey down the Fishing Line Trail itself, the route will turn back to the finish line at Gene Stratton Porter.

If you participated in last year's event, you are familiar with the route.


Online registration and payment are no longer available.

But, on-site registration will be available on the day of the race.

Register at the race, beginning at 7:00 am.  Checks, payable to Noble Trails, should be brought to the race.

The first 100 registrants will receive a Noble Trails hat and sports towel.


After our race, consider the Wildflower Walk & Brunch by the Gene Stratton Porter Society at 10:30.  Visit http://www.genestratton-porter.com/events to register for that event. 


Saturday, April 28, 2017

On-site registration begins at 7 am.

Race starts at 8 am.


Gene Stratton Porter State Historic Site

1205 Pleasant Point

Rome City, Indiana


$25 On-site day of race registration

(Checks to Noble Trails, Inc.)


Overall Male & Female


Top 3 Male & Female for:








Noble Trails would like to thank the following sponsors for their support in our event.


     Kendallville Rotary Club

Rome City - Brimfield Lions Club

Dr. Terry and Suzie Gaff

Julia and Jim Nixon

Dr. Phill Corbin

Claudette Lear

Suzanne and Randy Handshoe

To offer your support, contact the Race Chairman below.


For more information, contact:

Terry Gaff, Race Chairman

700 Lakeside Drive

Rome City, IN 46784


Voice mail: 260-242-1100


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Email : info@nobletrails.org

Noble Trails, Inc.

700 Lakeside Drive

Rome City, IN  46784


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