Voting for the 2018 Rail-Trail Hall of Fame is now closed.
The winning trail will be announced later this summer in the Green Issue of Rails to Trails magazine.
Learn more about the nominees
1New Jersey's Delaware & Raritan Canal State Park Trail
Length/Surface: 72.8 miles, well-maintained surface of finely crushed stone over hard-packed dirt
Interesting Fact: The D&R Canal was once one of America’s biggest transportation canals. During the 1860s and 1870s, 80% of total carried cargo was Pennsylvania coal.
2Wisconsin’s Glacial Drumlin State Trail
Length/Surface: 52 miles; surface is primarily crushed limestone, but paved for 13 miles between Waukesha and Dousman
Interesting Fact: Plans exist to connect this trail to Madison via the Capital City State Trail and Milwaukee via the New Berlin Recreation Trail.
3Mississippi’s Tanglefoot Trail
Length/Surface: 43.6 miles, paved
Interesting Fact: This trail runs through the Mississippi Hills National Heritage Area, which houses the birthplace of Elvis Presley!