Goshen’s Paths and Trails It’s difficult to be lazy in Goshen. There are too many opportunities to exercise and enjoy nature. For example, the Maple City Greenway provides a network of riverside and wooded paved trails for pedestrians and cyclists. The Greenway connects neighborhoods, schools, parks, the library, and downtown Goshen.
Additionally, the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail provides hiking and biking opportunities for residents and visitors. Each year, a bike event is hosted on the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail with a tasty reward at the end – a piece of pie for each of the riders who finish. And Shanklin Park features Tommy’s Kids Castle, an enormous play structure that hundreds of children can use at one time. Points of Interest: ▪ The Maple City Greenway is one of the most comprehensive systems of its type in the Midwest, spanning ten miles. ▪ Goshen is home to 17 city parks.