Work is underway on creating more than 30 miles of multi-use trail across Warrick County. Crews just finished a portion of the path along Anderson Road to the Victoria National Golf Course subdivision. The project is broken into six segments. The trail will eventually be about 30 miles long and stretch from Boonville to Vanderburgh County. It will also help connect schools, parks, and businesses in the area. On Monday, crews will begin installing trail heads along the path.

“We’re focusing on healthy living for our residents. It’s also in conjunction with economic development the people want to move to our area. Most want healthy living and healthy lifestyles, and it’s a big attraction for people to move to Southern Indiana and for employers to get employees it’s a good recruitment tool.”

Howard Nevins

Warrick Trails President

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