B&O Trail Homes for Sale

Built on the old Baltimore & Ohio Railway, the B&O Trail begins at North Raceway Road in Speedway, then heads west toward Brownsburg. It's hoped that one day this trail will stretch more than 60 miles, from Indianapolis to Montezuma.

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3315 Hadley Drive, Brownsburg, IN 46112

3315 Hadley Drive, Brownsburg, IN 46112

AVAILABLE NOW! The Greenfield is a flexible home offering open concept living. The spacious kitchen with oversized island and pantry includes Built-In gourmet appli...

4 Beds 3 Bath Areas 3106 SqFt


CENTURY 21 Scheetz
2682 Cottage Court, Brownsburg, IN 46112

2682 Cottage Court, Brownsburg, IN 46112

Be welcomed to Brownsburg by the covered porch of this spacious end lot on the corner of the cul-de-sac with stunning water views! This beautiful blue villa is not j...

2 Beds 2 Bath Areas 1495 SqFt


White Stag Realty, LLC
10235 Quay Dr~2C Lot 146, Indianapolis, IN 46234

10235 Quay Dr~2C Lot 146, Indianapolis, IN 46234

2020 Like new Open Floor plan Manufactured home has 4 bedroom, 2 Full bath. Kitchen has app appliances, center island w/pendant lighting, large pantry and luxury wat...

4 Beds 2 Bath Areas 1500 SqFt


United Real Estate Indpls

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The B&O Trail is one of the more historic attractions in central Indiana. Competed in the late 19th century, this railroad line served the Baltimore and Ohio (B&O) company well into the 1960s.But the decline of railroad traffic post-WW II eventually led to abandonment, until 1994, when the Rail Corridor Development, Inc. (now B&O Trail Association, Inc. (BOTA)), and Hendricks County Trail Development, Inc. (HCTDA), launched an effort to revitalize the community by turning this former rail line into a community recreational resource.

The result is a beautiful public trail system, the Brownsburg portion of which stretches over 3 miles, and offers tree-lined, paved trails that pass through residential communities and the rural countryside.

The western section of the trail runs just under 2 miles, from State Route 267 to E. County Road 300 North. While the eastern section runs about a mile, from Ronald Reagan Parkway to County Line Road (N. Raceway Road), and includes a short tunnel under Ronald Reagan Parkway that is painted with several artistic murals.

The trail represents a very safe and well-maintained public resource, and is one of the most popular attractions in Brownsburg. Future plans include an extension of the B&O Trail to the nearby town of Speedway.