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Panhandle Pathway, Winamac

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Biking Trail · Hidden Gem · Jogging Path
The Panhandle Pathway is a rail to trail conversion in north central Indiana, United States. It is currently about 21 miles long and runs along the former Pennsylvania Railroad Panhandle line. At the north, the trail begins in the town of Winamac, Indiana, and closely parallels U.S. Highway 35 toward its south terminus in Kenneth, west of Logansport, Indiana.
As of August 2015, the trail is accessible from parking areas in Winamac, Star City, and Royal Center. The pathway has a trailhead near its south terminus at Cass County roads 50 North & 600 West. There is overflow parking at the church nearby. The trailhead has a portable toilet, but no drinking water.

Currently, the south end of the trail terminates near the right-of-way for the Toledo, Peoria & Western Railroad near Kenneth Indiana. There are plans to extend the trail to France Park.
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  • This is a very flat bike trail. It was perfect. Morning shade was great and the pathway is so smooth. Love the peace of the countryside. Definitely going to keep coming back to this one.  more »
  • Rode the trail north to south and back to Winamac on a 70 degree day:PERFECTION! The only issue we had was the new bathrooms at the trailhead were locked at 9 am. We lucked out and found the town...  more »

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