South Bend Mishawaka
City walks and exploration in Bloomington
1. Bloomington B Line Trail
The Bloomington B-Line goes north and south of Bloomington, taking you through some great areas like downtown Bloomington, Switchyard Park, the Farmers' Market at Bloomington City Hall, and the WonderLab Science Museum. This trail also runs past some great local restaurants, coffee shops, and tourist attractions.
2. Downtown Bloomington to Indiana University
Downtown is a vibrant district to visit while you're in Bloomington. It is filled with unique restaurant and tourist attractions. College Ave, Walnut St, and Kirkwood Ave are streets worth walking on in downtown Bloomington. At the end of Kirkwood Ave is the beautiful Indiana University campus which promises to be a great time for architecture lovers.
3. Jackson Creek Trail
The Jackson Creek Trail is a pedestrian/cyclist trail in Bloomington Indiana. The trail is connected to Olcott Park and Sherwood Oaks Park. Walking or biking the trail between the 2 parks is a great way to get out and enjoy the outdoors in Bloomington. The trail also extends about 0.3 more miles north from Sherwood Oaks Park to Rogers road.