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GOSHEN MUNICIPAL AIRPORT TO HOST R/C AIRCRAFT SHOW

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

The Goshen Municipal Airport is proud to host, for the third year in a row, the annual Air Supremacy over Goshen Show from July 11 to July 13. This giant-scale, remote control aircraft event is bound to bring a fun, family-friendly time for Goshen residents and surrounding communities. More than... more

PROJECT UPDATE: LINCOLN AVENUE

Monday, June 24, 2019

The Goshen Board of Works approved changes to the Lincoln Avenue milling paving project schedule Monday, June 24. While the portion of Lincoln Avenue between Third Street and the Elkhart River bridge will reopen to traffic on June 25, the next closure will not be until July 8. That is when Lincoln... more

PLYMOUTH AVENUE UPDATE

Friday, June 21, 2019

We received notice from INDOT that work on the Plymouth Avenue (SR 119) bridge is complete! Crews are opening the road and removing signs this afternoon. more

Upcoming Events All »

Community Relations Commission

Thursday, June 27, 2019, 7:00pm

Board of Public Works & Safety & Stormwater

Monday, July 1, 2019, 2:00pm

City Council meeting

Tuesday, July 2, 2019, 7:00pm

Trails

DID YOU KNOW … Goshen now has over 30 miles of pedestrian/bike paths and trails?

The Maple City Greenway consists of a network of various bicycle and pedestrian trails throughout Goshen that link homes, parks, schools, the library and the downtown area. Eleven of these trails are described below.


Abshire Park Trail, a crushed stone surface, 10 feet wide, connects Pumpkinvine Nature Trail along Rock Run Creek to Monroe Street.  Distance: 1½ miles


Central City Trail is a brick-edged sidewalk linking Goshen College, Goshen Public Library, Goshen High School, Elkhart County Courthouse and the  downtown area. Distance: 2 miles


Fidler Pond Walking/Biking Track, a crushed-stone surface, 8 feet wide, is a walking and biking track that follows the perimeter of Fidler Pond. Distance: 1½ miles


Millrace Trail, a crushed-stone surface, 8 feet wide, follows the hydraulic canal and connects Shoup-Parsons Woods, Shanklin Park and the Elkhart County Courthouse. Distance: 2¾ miles


Monroe Street Trail is a paved surface, 10 feet wide, connecting Goshen High School, Pumpkinvine Nature Trail and Elkhart County 4-H Fairgrounds. Distance: 1 mile


Plymouth Avenue Trail connects Shanklin Park with Goshen Middle School over the Elkhart River and continues to Hay Park and Greene Road. Paved surface, 10 feet wide. Distance: 1.6 miles


Pringle Park Walking Track, a crushed-stone surface, 8 feet wide, is a walking track that follows the perimeter of Pringle Park. Distance: ½ miles


Pumpkinvine Nature Trail is a crushed-stone surface, 10 feet wide, that runs along Rock Run Creek and Abshire Park, continuing to CR 28, connecting to Middlebury and Shipshewana. Distance: 3 miles 

For more information about this popular nature trail, visit Friends of the Pumpkinvine.


Shoup-Parsons Woods Nature Trail, a crushed-stone surface, 6 feet wide, features a self-guided nature study. Distance: ¼ mile


Wilden Avenue Trail, a paved surface, 8 feet wide, connects MapleHart Trail, Ox Bow County Park and City of Elkhart. Distance: 2.7 miles


Winona Interurban Trail, a paved surface, 10 feet wide, connects Bethany Christian Schools, Waterford Elementary School and Goshen College campus, along with a pedestrian/bicycle path that provides connectivity to Greencroft. Distance: 1 mile


For more information about our trails, please consult the 2019 Program Guide.

For information about bicycle and pedestrian trails that extend throughout Elkhart County, as well as other counties in the Michiana Area, you can visit the MACOG (Michiana Area Council of Governments) web site or consult their Facilities Map.