The Rivergreenway

The Rivergreenway is a great place for biking, running, jogging, walking, rollerblading, and enjoying natural space. The trail runs along the Maumee River bank in New Haven and eventually along the St. Marys and St. Joseph rivers in Fort Wayne. The entire Rivergreenway is a 40-mile trail. Visitors may track the total distance they have traveled because the Rivergreenway mile markers are located along the trail. New Haven cares for a three-mile portion of the Rivergreenway, a National Recreation Trail.

The New Haven trail begins at:
Moser Park
601 Main Street
New Haven, IN, 46774

It ends at the boat launch, which is located near the entrance of the Fort Wayne trail located on North River Road. The Rivergreenway is open each day from 6 am to 10 pm.

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Deetz Nature Preserve

Natural grass trails loop through this nature preserve.

Moser Park Woods

A quarter mile handicapped accessible trail runs through Moser Park woods. Natural trails also criss-cross this woods and is home to New Haven Parks and Recreation Disc golf course. Find a trail map of Moser Park

Haskamp Woods

Haskamp woods can be accessed through Pinestone Association on Seiler Road. The natural trail is approximately.7mile. Find a map of Haskamp Woods (PDF).

Werling Park

Werling Park offers a paved walking loop off of Werling road. The loop is.5 mile. There is currently no on-site parking, so it is primarily accessible by sidewalk.