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Carrington Woods

A Family Friendly Community

Carrington Woods

Carrington Woods is a family friendly community in Muncie, Indiana. Located along the Cardinal Greenway, Carrington Woods provides homeowners with unparalleled opportunities. Cardinal Greenway is the longest linear park in the state of Indiana, spanning more than 30 miles. "The multi-use greenway is part of a 60-mile project that provides a key community connection to area schools, parks, and local cultural and historic resources."¹

Having convenient access to the Greenway allows Carrington Woods residents to jog, walk, or even bike ride in a worry free environment. Residents are able to follow the White River through Muncie to easily access many local sites.

Carrington Woods

It is because of these benefits that the Cardinal Greenway is truly an asset to Carrington Woods. Thanks to a lot of volunteer hard work, the Cardinal Greenway will continue to provide residents with "no-cost recreational, educational, historical, cultural, environmental, and physical opportunities "for years to come."² Check out our community links for more to do in Muncie, Indiana and the surrounding area.

The City of Muncie, Indiana is located in Delaware County in the East Central part of Indiana. One of the state's best universities is located in the heart of Muncie, Ball State University along with one of the state's best hospitals, Ball Memorial Hospital. Muncie also offers a wide variety of great arts and cultural events. For more information about the area, visit the website of the Muncie Visitors Bureau.

¹Information from www.delgreenways.org

²Information from www.tutsan.forest.net/trails/

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