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Fort Wayne Trails will act as a community partner and advocate in the development of a connected, multi-purpose system of trails in Allen County.


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100 Miles

Proudly Celebrates 100 Miles of Trails in our Community

Proudly Celebrates 100 Miles of Trails in our Community

Celebrate 100 Miles of Trails in our Community with a Gift for More Trails

--Donate $100 or more or become a monthly Trail Blazer, and be recognized on a new display at the Towpath Trailhead
--Donate $500 or more and get top-of-sign recognition with larger and bolded font
--Donate at any amount, and  be listed on the Fort Wayne Trails website
--Or, donors can chose to give anonymously

Make a One-Time Gift to the 100 Mile Campaign Now!


Become a Trail Blazer Recurring Monthly Donor  

Or, send your donation with the memo marked "100 Mile Campaign" to: Fort Wayne Trails, 300 E. Main Street, Fort Wayne, IN 46802


Total Raised to Date: 

In just a few months the 100th mile of public, multi-use trail will be installed in the Fort Wayne and Allen County, Indiana trail network. This is an extraordinary accomplishment by the City of Fort Wayne, Allen County, New Haven, and all communities in our county with the assistance of many grassroots volunteers and donors.

Fort Wayne Trails is proud to have been able to assist in this milestone, and would like to invite the public to participate in a fundraising campaign to honor Mile 100. Fort Wayne Trails has created the 100 Mile Campaign as an opportunity for everyone to participate as trail construction continues and the trail network expands to connect even more of us. The campaign is sponsored by PNC Bank with a goal to raise $100,000 by end of 2017.

The campaign kicks off on Monday, August 7th. Those who donate $100 or more will be permanently recognized on a new display that will be installed at the Towpath Trailhead, located on Engle Road. Anyone giving $500 or more will have top-of-sign recognition with larger and bolded font. All donors (of any amount) will also be listed on the Fort Wayne Trails website at http://www.fwtrails.org Those. not wishing to be recognized should mark the donation as anonymous. Donors may choose to make their donation one time, or sign-up for our new Trail Blazer recurring monthly online donor program.

There are several trail construction projects being completed this summer, and it is not yet known where, exactly, Mile 100 will be. A ribbon-cutting event and special activity in partnership with our municipal partners will take place in October or November, with location and exact date as yet undetermined.

Possible locations of Mile 100 include:
-Bluffton Road Trail—the first section of the Poka-Bache Connector to go south from the Rivergreenway system, being completed by the City of Fort Wayne.
-Pufferbelly Trail—the State Boulevard to Fernhill Drive and the Children’s Zoo section, being completed by the City of Fort Wayne, with help from Fort Wayne Trails.
-Hanna Street Trail--section from US 27 south to Burns Boulevard being built by the City of Fort Wayne begins to fill in the gap from Tillman Park to the existing Hanna Street Trail that ends near Pontiac Street. --Gump Road Trail—an important segment connecting Huntertown to the developing Pufferbelly Trail, being completed by Allen County and Huntertown.

This milestone celebrates a great grassroots citizen movement coupled with the support of our government leaders. Without all of their vision and support, the system would not be where it is today. The 100th mile of public, paved, trail is a giant accomplishment for connectivity in our community. In an age where more and more people walk and ride bikes for transportation and health, our network of trails are emblematic of the quality of life of our residents. The 100 Mile Campaign provides an opportunity for everyone in our community to help continue that momentum as we continue to plan and develop new trails throughout Allen County.

Make a One-Time Gift to the 100 Mile Campaign Today!

Become a Trail Blazer Recurring Monthly Donor!

Great thanks to PNC Bank for sponsoring our 100 Mile Campaign! 

Here's a list of our 100 Mile Campaign donors to date. Donors in BOLD gave at least $500.

*** all new donors will be added within 72 hours of receipt of donation.

Anthony Juliano

Jennifer Altherr

Ed and Jackie Gibson

Kent and Heather Castleman

Jerry and Pamela Tribolet

Joshua Smith

Katherine Rohrbacher

David Patton, in honor of Catharine Andorfer Patton

Burt and Ann Brunner

Dominique Bradford, in honor of Londa Rose Bradford

Rick and Arlene Haynie

Steve Price

Dustin and Sara Hamm

Carmen Tse

Tim Ellsworth

Pamela Franke, in honor of Grandma and Grandpa Franke

Barbara Smith


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Kirk and Kim Sabrosky

Angie Quinn and Steve Nagy

Matt and Ronda Lehn

Michael Kanning

Krista and Dan Stockman

Ferguson Meek

Valerie Leek

John Christensen 

Steve & Deb Todd

Latiesha LaRue, in honor of Amanda Wendt

Susan Connett

Elaine Gaff

Eric Fisher

J.R. and Joelle Ruefer

Ben and Nicole Langel

Barb Richards

Valerie Sheets

Dennis Campbell

Linda, Laurie, and Barb, in honor of Melinda Snyder Kinder

Mary Ann Parker, in honor of Stephen L. Parker

Norb Dreyer

Peter and Jacquelyn Mahlock

Dr. and Mrs. Greg Schmitt

Todd & Teresa Mell

David Van Gilder

Gary and Diane Hoffmann

Michael Biesiada and Jeanine Herold

Nancy Butler

Kurt and Katie Briner

John Kohl

Joe Francis and Chris Ruckman

2017 Summit City Bicycles and Fitness Sales for Trails

Carolyn Thatcher

Girl Scout Troop 20282

Rosy Stein, in honor of Michael Saylor

Kevin Brennan

Catherine and Scott Hill Family

Erin & Chad Price

Thomas Henry

Susan Koenemann

Christine Welling


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