Hot On the Trails: Greenwood’s Tracy Trail

In the suburban heart of Greenwood, the route provides a pedestrian- and bike-friendly corridor connecting Summerfield, Woodmen, and Craig parks.

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TRACY TRAIL

Length: 1.5 miles / Surface: paved / Location: Greenwood / Connects to: Smith Valley Road Trail, Polk Hill Trail

POINT TO POINT

At either end of the trail, Summerfield and Craig parks—and Woodmen Park, midway between—have playgrounds, soccer fields, softball diamonds, and a BMX course, plus parking and restrooms.

STOP AND GO

Not ideal for distance at 1.5 miles, the Tracy is well suited to casual runners and quick-cardio seekers: The few roadway crossings are perfectly spaced for breathers.

MISS THE BUS?

A trail spur runs next to Greenwood Community High School. Teens can ditch the carpool and walk, bike, or skate the winding trail to class.

HIGH CULTURE

A pedestrian bridge crosses Smith Valley Road and connects to the Polk Hill Trail. East from there is Art on the Trail, a collection of outdoor sculptures that changes every five years.

This article is part of “Hot on the Trails,” IM’s road-free guide to exploring Central Indiana.

 

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