Our Vision is readily accessible trails for the enjoyment of Noble County’s citizens. Here is what we are doing to make that happen.
The Fishing Line Trail, near Gene Stratton Porter Historical Site.
Photo by Angela Mapes Turner, August 1,2015
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.
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Noble Trails is working to develop a network of trails to connect communities throughout Noble County. Our first focus, the "low-hanging" fruit, is to connect Kendallville to Rome City using, wherever possible, the former railroad corridor, the Grand Rapids and Indiana.
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.
We encourage you to stop by Gene Stratton Porter, where you can find a trail that will lead you to the open section of the Fishing Line Trail.