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Potter's Bridge Park


Potter's Bridge Park Trail Map (PDF)


  1. Canoe Launch
  2. Fishing
  3. Nature Trail
  4. Paved Trail
  5. Picnic Tables
  6. Playground
  7. Trails
Potter's Bridge Park features the only remaining covered bridge in Hamilton County, and is surrounded by a 66-acre park. Constructed between 1870-1871 by Josiah Durfee, and restored in 1999, the bridge serves as the centerpiece of Potter's Bridge Park. The bridge boasts beautiful views of the White River and is a great place to observe wildlife in its natural habitat. The park also contains the White River Greenway Trail, which spans 3.25 miles along the White River through Forest Park and on to either downtown Noblesville or Morse Park and Beach.

Park History

View the Potter's Bridge Park history page for more information.

Trail System

The scenic trail at Potter's Bridge Park connects with the popular White River Greenway Trail System. The whole system spans up to eight miles. From Potter's Bridge Park, you can take the trail system south along the river and through Forest Park to downtown Noblesville or Morse Park and Beach. 


There is plenty of recreation for the family to enjoy at Potter's Bridge Park! Bring your canoe or kayak to the park for a ride along the White River. Pack up your fishing pole and waders. Lace up your tennis shoes for a hike and enjoy some wildlife viewing on your way, or simply bring the kids to delight in the playground. 

Events & Programs

Join us in October for the Potter's Bridge Fall Festival! The festival will feature over 100 art and craft booths, exhibitor booths, food, live music and kid's activities! For more information about this and other Potter's Bridge events, please view our Calendar.

Potential Potter's Bridge Park Expansion

For more information on this potential project. Please visit our webpage.