Woodland Loop Trail – a relatively level path with a few minor inclines. The lower section from Cane Run and along the river bank is often covered with driftwood and debris making hiking difficult. More than 230 species of flowering plants have been found at the Falls of the Ohio, and some of these can be seen along this Woodland Loop Trail, as it passes through two diverse habitats: Upper and Lower Woodlands. Woodland birds may be seen and heard throughout the trail. Distance – 0.5 mile.
Walking Pets – Pets must remain on a 6-foot leash at all times. Please pick up after your pet. Click here to find Indiana State Parks’ pet rules.
Ohio River Greenway – a paved trail for foot traffic and non-motorized vehicles atop the levee. It runs 7.5 miles from Jeffersonville to New Albany. The Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center is a great place for fun stop.
Big Four Bridge to Falls of the Ohio – a former railroad bridge converted for pedestrian and bicycle use, this popular walk makes it possible to go from the Falls of the Ohio to Louisville’s Waterfront Park. Distance from downtown Louisville to the Falls of the Ohio is about 2.4 miles each way. Enjoy scenic views of one of America’s greatest rivers!