Riverfront Activities

Eagle Marsh - Fall Program Guide

Eagle Marsh, a part of the Little River Wetlands Project, is a 716-acre wetland preserve located on the southwest border of Fort Wayne. Eight miles of trails allow hikers to access the preserve’s varied habitats of shallow-water wetland,with almost 200 kinds of birds and numerous other wild…

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Springtime is the Best Time... To Be Outdoors Together!

Once the snow has finally melted and the trees begin to have green buds of spring, we can breathe a sigh of relief and say farewell to winter! Spring is such a beautiful season for many reasons: the flowers bloom, the birds chirp morning songs once more, the air is fresh, and the sun blankets…

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Fall into the Winter Trails of Fort Wayne, Indiana!

As the crisp, late autumn air blows colorful leaves to the ground, get out and enjoy nature the best way our family knows how—hiking local trails. Whether you’re looking for rugged, hilly climbs or easy ambles through the meadows, Fort Wayne has plenty of good options for family-friendly…

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Get lost in Fort Wayne's nature attractions

You don't have to go far to experience Mother Nature in Fort Wayne. Here are a few of my favorite places to get some fresh air and enjoy the beauty and bounty of of nature: Fox Island: This county park is a treat in any season. In addition to the foliage, you will find hundreds of species of…

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ACRES Land Trust: Enjoy Nature in Pure Form

Tired of the hustle and bustle of downtown? It's easy to get away during your visit to Fort Wayne. You don't have to venture far to reach solitude and nature in it's purest form. Enter the ACRES Land Trust. An organization that aims to acquire and preserve land in the regional area, ACRES…

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