Yes, our local trail system has been Googled.
It seems like it was about 2 years ago our city’s assistant manager of the Greenway System was driving a golf cart around with the infamous Google cameras aboard.
And here is the sign which appears on the back of the golf cart …
Also a man was wearing the back pack camera outfit and walking around with it. Yep, we’ve been Googled. It took a very long time before this effort finally materialized and showed up on Google Maps. Just today I received notice via email that it is available online. Unfortunately the entire trail system was not included and even some of the trails that were only have a mile or so filmed and appearing online. Never the less, it is neat to see this feature available.
Here are some screenshots I captured of the Street View of some of our trails:
Avove: Pufferbelly Trail north of Dupont Rd. This trail upon completion will be about 80 miles long.
It is a rails to trails project.
Below: Pufferbelly Trail south of Dupont Rd.
Below: St. Marys Pathway which runs alongside of the St. Marys River.
Above: The St. Joe Pathway which follows along the St. Joe River. Here it is going under St. Jow Center Rd.
Below: The St. Joe Pathway as it comes onto the property of a local university it shares the trail with. Here it crosses the river using this bridge and continues along the other side of the river.
Below, My current personal favorite local trail is the Maumee Pathway which follows along the Maumee River. Here it passes under Maplecrest Rd.
Here is a map showing some of the Fort Wayne Trails …
HERE you can find maps of individual trails around Fort Wayne, IN.
And HERE is an article about the Google Maps Street View Trekker project.
You may never have the opportunity to come to the Fort Wayne, Indiana area to ride the trail system, but if you do hopefully this information will be helpful. Regardless of where you are at do your best to …
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