Overview Town Run Trail Park is a 8 mile loop trail located near Indianapolis, Indiana and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Reviews Photos Tracks Susan Bowyer (233) 6 months ago N/A: 8 Completed 8 Reviews Super fun, fast and flowey. Great ride to put a smile on your face and convince you that you're 12 again. Tom Priddis (107) 10 months ago N/A: 1 Completed 1 Reviews Best riding on the north side. Tristan Gold (87) over 2 years ago N/A: 2 Completed 2 Reviews Amazing single track featuring great jumps, fast burms, hard turns, hills that aren't too difficult, and some gnarly drops. Great for any experience level. Mark Teter over 2 years ago N/A: 4 Completed 1 Reviews A great trail for challenging beginners or a fun workout for more experienced mountain bikers. Well maintained, engaging landscape. For anyone around Indy, it's worth the trip. Steve Porter (225) almost 3 years ago N/A: 0 Completed 3 Reviews Town Run is a city park that is part of the Indianapolis Parks Department. It is well-maintained by the Hoosier Mountain Bile Association which seems to work closely with the parks department to monitor trail conditions and close the trail when damage could occur. You can check if the trail is open by going to www.hmba.org. There is a variety of terrain throughout the loop, including several levee crossings, flat swithbacks, rocky sections and man-made obstacles. Since this is a city park and pretty much the only trail on the north side of Indy, it gets heavy traffic during evenings and weekends and riders tof ALL ability levels will be there. If you are new to mountain biking, this is a good place to start learning. If you are a seasoned rider, the crowds may get on your nerves, so I would recommend riding the loop during less popular hours. The trail head also has a picnic shelter, port-a-pot and a changing area. IF you live near by, this is a great trail to ride on a day-to-day basis. If you are traveling to Indiana and looking for good mtn biking, please consider Nebo Ridge or Brown County State Park before this trail.