Sept. 28, 2019, 10:00 am

Chase Bank Parking Lot

SR 3 and

Angling Road

Kendallville, Indiana

Noble Trails invites our supporters to the 2019 BIKE & HIKE.  Stop by for a walk or ride on the trails.  Stay for our complimentary lunch - just because we want to thank you for your support.

Lunch sponsored by:

Donations appreciated.

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

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Regretfully, Noble Trails has had to postpone our Bike and Hike event for Saturday, September 28.  We have had some scheduling issues, and believe that it is better to give our supporters the experience you deserve instead of sacrificing some of the experience.

 

We are looking at other dates this fall to reschedule.  But, even if we can't hold this event this year, please know that we are so appreciative of the support you are giving to the trails.

 

We sincerely apologize to those of you who were looking forward to the event.  Thank you for your understanding and your support.

March 26, 2020

Indiana’s Governor might have declared a Stay-at-Home order to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, but that doesn’t mean you have to stay off the trails.

According to a Frequently Asked Questions document at IN.gov, this mandate excludes “essential activities.” Those include, but are not limited to, “activities for health and safety, necessary supplies and services, outdoor activity, certain types of essential work, and to take care of others.

Dr. Terry Gaff, Noble County’s Health Officer an...

January 22, 2020

Winter in Indiana is certainly different from other seasons and can have a charm of its own, especially on the Fishing Line Trail. Non-profit volunteer group Noble Trails oversees this 8.5 mile stretch of trail that primarily follows a former railroad corridor. It connects Kendallville to Rome City, stretching through the countryside inbetween.

Under a cloudy winter sky, the Northside Trail extension of the Fishing Line Trail near Riley Road in Kendallville is mostly obscured by snow.

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Partners

Noble Trails would like to thank our partners for their support.

Vision

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

Questions? Comments?

 

 

 

Email : info@nobletrails.org

Noble Trails, Inc.

700 Lakeside Drive

Rome City, IN  46784

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Mission

To promote the

development of trails,

connect communities, encourage healthy and active lifestyles,

improve the quality of life,

and provide opportunities to enjoy Indiana’s natural beauty