September 12, 2019
James Holm has joined Fort Wayne Trails as our new Community Engagement Manager. James is a Fort Wayne native with a passion for cycling, running, and all things outdoors. He comes to us after being a regular partner and collaborator through his work at Summit City Bicycles and Fitness. In that position he worked frequently …Read More
May 22, 2019
The Fort Wayne Trails board of directors recently named Megan McClellan its new executive director. McClellan joins Fort Wayne Trails after serving nearly five years as Executive Director for Trails at the Syracuse – Wawasee Park Foundation. She will join Fort Wayne Trails on June 3. Fort Wayne Trails board chair Marty Pastura said …Read More
January 24, 2019
Next Level Trails will invest $90 million – the largest infusion of State trail funding in Indiana history – toward the development of regionally and locally significant trails throughout Indiana. As part of Governor Holcomb’s broader Next Level Connections infrastructure program, Next Level Trails (NLT) is a partial grant for municipalities and local government entities, …Read More
January 24, 2019
The Board of Directors of Fort Wayne Trails, Inc. announce the 2021 class of board members and 2019 officers, recently elected, as well as returning Board members.Read More
January 21, 2019
In December, our Executive Director Kent Castleman worked with the Wells County Trails planning group to continue visioning a connected Wells County.Read More
January 2, 2019
Fort Wayne Trails staff was excited to join with Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch at the NewAllen Alliance “Stellar-bration” on December 19th!Read More
Pufferbelly Run, Walk, and Stroll Update: To ensure that we can provide a safe and fun event we have made the decision to cap our registration and eliminate day-of registrations. We have a hand full of spaces left and once they are full we will be closing registration. The virtual options will be left open and are a great way to help support the event and Fort Wayne Trails. The virtual events are casual and you are not required to submit a time unless you would like to. We are sorry to anyone who has been inconvenienced by this decision and hope that you understand the reason behind our choice. Thank you for supporting Fort Wayne Trails!
Join us for the 11th Annual Pufferbelly Run, Walk, and Stroll, NOW WITH A VIRTUAL OPTION!
We are excited to announce that after careful consideration, we have determined that we can move forward with the 2020 Pufferbelly Run/Walk/Stroll IN-PERSON. While following the Governors guidelines and CDC recommendations, we will still provide a fun and safe event for all of you. Of course, your safety is paramount and as we get closer to July 18th, if we feel we cannot provide you with a rewarding and safe experience we will make any necessary changes. Keep in mind that in addition to a fun morning on the trails, every registration goes directly to supporting trail growth and development right here in our city. We thank you all for using and supporting Fort Wayne Trails.
More information and registration links can be found here: