Springtime Fun on the Trails!
Outdoors Again with CG!
We’ve marked off those winter months, and we invite you to discover the trails again. Our trails are scenic, smooth, and safe. And they’re waiting for you!
Cardinal Greenway and White River Greenway offer almost 70 miles of beautiful trail. With 62 miles from Marion to Richmond and 6.8 miles around the White River, you always have an amazing area for fitness and fun.
National Trails Day Celebration!
Cardinal Greenways 5K, Trail Clean Up, and Picnic
We’re celebrating National Trails Day big time! On June 3rd, we’re hosting a Fantastic 5K Competitive Run/Non-competitive Walk, a Trail Clean Up, and a Volunteer Appreciation Picnic. Registration fee for the Fantastic 5K is $20.00 and only $10.00 for students of any age. And that includes a shirt! Trail Clean Up follows the race with a free picnic for Clean Up participants and all CG volunteers! Please register early.
To register, simply go online to cardinalgreenways.org or call 765-287-0399. Be sure to register today. We can’t wait to celebrate with you!
We Have the Bike for You!
If you have the time, we have the bike! Cardinal Greenways’ Cruiser Program lets you use one of our cruisers FREE Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Simply come to the CG headquarters, bring a current photo ID, and fill out a waiver. Then, off you go on the trail!
For safety sake, we offer helmets to everyone riding our cruisers. We also have cool bells on all our bikes, so you can alert others…and have extra fun!
Calling New CG Volunteers
CG Needs YOU!
Trail season 2017 is almost here, and we need you! We have lots of fun jobs in the great outdoors. You’ll feel good volunteering and Cardinal Greenways will look better because of you.
Trail maintenance volunteers and an Adopter for the Medford Trailhead are especially needed. Please think about joining the CG Team. You’ll join a great group of people who have fun while giving back.
When is Easter?
Easter is the main celebration during the season of spring, but do you know how the date is determined each year? It’s the first Sunday following the first full moon after the start of spring.