The Middlebury Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Middlebury Parks and the Friends of the Middlebury Parks, announces the development of the Learning Corridor along the Middlebury Greenway on the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail.
The Learning Corridor is a special half mile section of the Greenway from the Little Elkhart River to the location of the former Middlebury railroad depot, near Wayne Avenue. It offers visitors many opportunities to learn about Middlebury’s history, nature, wildlife, and enjoy the diverse flora and fauna offered in different gardens.
The sites along the Learning Corridor includes; the historic trestle bridge, Krider Worlds Fair Garden, rain gardens, the Quilt Garden, the Middlebury Community Historical Museum, the Habitat Garden, the Blue Bird Trail, the Right Tree-Right Place Arboretum and the site of the former Middlebury railroad depot.
Monica Yoder, Secretary of the Middlebury Park Board, said “Along the Middlebury Learning Corridor you will find several informational signs explaining the different sites. You will find this a place to exercise your mind, while taking a relaxing walk with history, nature and wildlife”.
|A family enjoys the Middlebury Greenway on the Pumpkinvine.||.|
Take a guided walking tour along the Learning Corridor during the Trails of Middlebury Celebration on Saturday July 12, 6 to 9 PM. No pre-registration is necessary. Parking will be available at Krider Garden Park, 302 West Bristol Avenue and at 104 Pleasant Street, located off of SR 13 behind the Chalet Party Shoppe.
For more information contact Tom Enright Middlebury Park and Recreation Manager, at 574-825-3283 or at email@example.com