Maps & plans
Pigeon Creek Greenway Passage
Evansville’s Pigeon Creek Greenway Passage is 6.75 miles of separated and protected urban trail that connects our city core. View or download a map of the current Greenway passage brochure.
Evansville Trails Coalition Map
The Evansville Trails Coalition regional map features Evansville area trails. Trails and greenways help to promote physical activity, which is ever important in this era of obesity and other chronic illnesses directly related to the lack of exercise. If people in our community have the opportunity to walk and ride bikes safely, they take advantage of it. View The Evansville Trails Coalition regional map here.
West Side Trails
The Westside Improvement Association has created 13 miles of Trails from existing infrastructure, including two urban trails and two scenic trails that take you from the Greenway trailhead on Franklin St. to all the best stops on the Westside: Reitz Hill, Howell Wetlands, Golfmoor Park, and the Helfrich Park Loop.
While this is not a comprehensive list of ALL the great places to walk in Evansville, it is a great start in experiencing Evansville on the original transportation option... your feet! An Upgrade is a simple lifestyle change that can have lasting health benefits. Follow the Upgrade signage, get your steps in, and see 27 awesome places of interest in our city. Upgrade is an initiative of the Welborn Baptist Foundation. View the walking and biking maps from Walk EVV.
Evansville Bicycle Club Map Routes
Need a longer ride? The Evansville Bicycle Club has mapped out several routes with bikely.com ranging from 12 to 122 miles. Check out their routes, see their ride schedules, and connect with a community of Trailblazers.
Evansville City Bike Lane Plan
Evansville is working hard to become a more bicycle friendly city. Every year more bike lanes, protected paths, and cycle tracks are added to the city’s bicycle grid. See the Evansville MPO's 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Plan.
Our friends in Warrick County have a fantastic vision and are taking action on implementation. See what they’re up to and take an afternoon to experience Warrick Trails.
Vanderburgh County Department of Health
The Evansville In Motion booklet was developed after three nurses from the Vanderburgh County Health Department, Carol Anderson, Sherry Hurt and Louise Kiesler, attended a chronic disease conference. Visit their webpage HERE. To view the brochure and maps, click this link: Evansville in Motion
Friends of Angel Mounds Hiking and Biking Trails
Woodland Trails: Beyond the archaeological site are walking and biking trails through the wooded section of Angel Mounds’ property. Maintained mostly by volunteers, these trails are free and accessible anytime from one of three parking locations. Vehicles using the Angel Mounds parking lot must be out by 5:00 P.M. Central Time (Dogs must be on a leash). Click HERE to see the map.
Muskhogen Trail: This trail is maintained by the Muskhogen Trail Committee, Boy Scout Troop 301, Methodist Temple. It is a time honored tradition for scouts to make the six-mile, one-pass hike, or double-back for a 10-mile hike. Click HERE to view or download the brochure.