Huntington has 6 hiking trails. These trails range from 1.7 to 13 miles in length. The most popular trails are Kekionga Trail, Salamonie Reservoir: Bloodroot Trail and Salamonie Reservoir: Switchgrass Marsh and Tree Trails. Trails.com member Kristen S. recently completed Kokiwanee Nature Preserve.
Kokiwanee Nature PreserveView Trail Details
This trail meanders through woodlands and along a creek, takes a side trip past several scenic waterfalls, and loops through forests and mea ...
Salamonie Reservoir: Switchgrass Marsh and Tree TrailsView Trail Details
A double-loop trail traverses first through a marsh meadow, then a forest, and then back to the marsh meadow.
Salamonie Reservoir: Bloodroot TrailView Trail Details
A loop hike through meadows, over ravines, and along bluffs overlooking Salamonie Reservoir.
Hathaway Nature Preserve at Ross RunView Trail Details
This trail skirts a high bluff over a tributary of the Wabash River and passes through woods and meadows.
Kekionga TrailView Trail Details
A loop trail around J. Edward Roush Lake, a flood-control reservoir on the Wabash River.
Huntington, Wabash, Marion, and FairmountView Trail Details
This excursion blends early Indiana history with French traders and Indians and with more-contemporary attractions, including the Dan Quayle ...