Explore A New Side Of Indianapolis With the Canal Walk, A Special Waterfront Trail In Indiana
There aren’t many paths in the world that you can choose to walk, bike, pedal, or paddle down, but take your pick among the four options at the Canal Walk in Indianapolis.
The canal dates back to the early 1800s, when it was constructed to improve the state’s economy. Today, this resurrected portion of the canal stretches from 11th Street through White River State Park, creating a downtown promenade popular among cyclists, joggers, and sightseers. Wheel Fun Rentals provides the additional option of kayaks and pedal boats to explore this urban waterway.
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
If you’re more interested in bike rentals than water rentals, learn more at the Wheel Fun Rentals website for bike rentals. You can also learn more about the Canal Walk in general here.
Have you visited Indianapolis’s Canal Walk? Did you walk, bike, pedal, or paddle down it? Let us know what you did and what you found along the way in the comments. Curious about exploring White River State Park? Check out our previous article to learn more about it.