Brownsburg Parks is proud to offer a variety of trails to further connect the Town of Brownsburg. Trails are open from 5 AM – dusk.

Trail Map

Trail Features

This just under one mile paved loop trail connects to the White Lick Creek Greenway. Includes a Story Walk featuring stories for youngsters selected by our partners at the Brownsburg Public Library.



Arbuckle Acres Park Loop

B&O Trail

Trail Features

Green Street to Ronald Reagan Parkway

The three mile portion of this multi-use trail between Green Street and Ronald Reagan Parkway is managed by Brownsburg Parks.

Access the trail from the trail head at Green St. or the trail head at Cardinal Park.

Trail Features

Between 300 N. and 200 N. west of Hornaday Rd.

Brownsburg Parks manages the northern half of this one mile multi-use path, built in partnership with Avon Parks.

Bicentennial Trail

Bulldog Way

Trail Features

This trail connects the Recreational Trail Program (RTP) Trail to SR 136 (Main St.). It is the final leg in a trail system that extends from the B&O Trail to SR 136, connecting the southern portion of Brownsburg to the north.

Trail Features

940 S. Locust Lane

Nearly one mile wooded, crushed stone path. Access the trail at Williams Park.


Maple Ridge Trail

Recreational Trails Program Trail

Trail Features

This 3/4-mile trail connects the B&O Trail and south side neighborhoods to north Brownsburg. The trail starts at the B&O Trail and crosses Cardinal Park before going north along Hornaday Road to Airport Road. The trail then turns east and meets up with Bulldog Way, which leads to SR 136.

Trail Features

1090 N. Green St.

This one-mile trail connects trail users from the northside of interstate I-74 to Arbuckle Acres Park and Downtown Brownsburg. Parking is available at Arbuckle Acres Park or the trailhead located at the address above.

White Lick Creek Greenway

Williams Park Loop

Trail Features

904 S. Locust Lane

Nearly one mile paved trail encircles the park from the Watermill Splash Pad to the entry circle. The flat surface of the trail makes it a great place for a leisurely walk.