2018 Fishing Line Trail 5k Run/Walk

Registration Now Open

Registration in now open for 2018 Fishing Line Trail 5k Run / Walk.


Saturday, April 28, 2017

7:00 am - Registration Opens

8:00 am - Race Time 

To register for this year's event, visit the registration page.

To see last year's event, visit the 2017 event page to check out what happened.



Photos from the

Inaugural Fishing Line Trail 5k Run / Walk

Rome City public meeting
Benefits of Trails


When you mention trails, most people think about recreation.  But, communities with trails receive a wider range of benefits than just a park-like way to relax.


  • Improved Health

  • Safe Transportation

  • Economic Boost

  • Better Quality of Life

The Fishing Line


This trail will become part of the Fishing Line Trail, which we hope to see in the future connect Noble County to Fort Wayne and to Lagrange County.  Currently, Noble Trails has acquired ownership to several sections of the former railroad corridor, and we have recently opened a 1.25 mile section with an improved walking surface.

About Noble Trails


Noble Trails is a 501c3 non-profit organization, dedicated to improving the quality of life for residents of Noble County through trail development.

Snow covered Fishing Line Trail

January 5, 2020

Thank you to Bailey and Lilly Ruse, who donated to Noble Trails on New Year's Day! The girls run a charity lemonade stand, and have donated to a number of organizations around the area. They chose Noble Trails after hearing that there are plans to extend beyond the current paved trail system.

In the photo, from left, are Lilly Ruse, Rachel Ruse, Bailey Ruse, Zach Ruse, Noble Trails Board President Terry Gaff, and Noble Trails supporters Jenna Anderson and Claudette Lear.

December 16, 2019

To some around Noble County, it may seem like the Fishing Line Trail that stretches just over eight miles from Kendallville to Rome City magically happened. But in reality, Noble Trails has invested a lot of time, money, and efforts into bringing this important asset to our community.

This project, which began as a grassroots effort about nine years ago, has raised money only through state grants and local donations. The work so far has been primarily focused on the former railroad corridor that...

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Readily accessible trails for the enjoyment of Noble County’s citizens

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Email : info@nobletrails.org

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700 Lakeside Drive

Rome City, IN  46784


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development of trails,

connect communities, encourage healthy and active lifestyles,

improve the quality of life,

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