Call us: 1 (800) 968.4578
Location: The Parklands in Jasper (formerly Jasper Country Club)
Distance: 1 mile
Surface: Mostly paves with sections coverd in mulch and some grassy sections
Terrain: Some hilly areas
Covering: Shaded and Open
Other Means: No Bikes, Skateboards, Roller Blades, or Motorized Vehicles
Pets: Must be leashed
Dubois County Free Press editor and owner, Matthew Crane, describes the path as follows:
"This 1-mile trail winds around the park whose original landscaped and manicured golf-friendly nature had been replaced with just nature...
Visitors to the new trail will notice that most of the time the sounds of the city and streets fade away as it winds through the former country club. Those sounds are replaced with the singing crickets and grasshoppers, birds, and the croaking frogs in the two ponds along the path.
The grass is about thigh high framing both sides of the trail that weaves through the park. Most of the path is paved with some sections that deteriorated covered in mulch and a few grassy sections used to connect areas where the pavement stops. Walkers are required to stay on the trail in the mowed area.
It is about a 20-minute walk from start to finish with three rest areas with benches or picnic tables and two porta-potties with a sanitation area are located near a maintenance shed near the north side of the trail."
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Dubois County Visitors Center & Tourism Commission2704 Newton St. Jasper IN 47546Toll Free 800.968.4578 | Local 812.482.9115 | Fax 812.481-2809