VISITING RIVERFRONT FORT WAYNE
Thanks to our three rivers, our ancestors formed this thriving community we call home, and it keeps getting better. Riverfront Fort Wayne extends from the confluence of the St. Marys, St. Joseph and Maumee Rivers and runs west along the St. Marys to Superior Street in downtown Fort Wayne. Take your time and explore.
Riverfront Fort Wayne Phase I, Promenade Park, is located at 202 W. Superior Street.
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THINGS TO DO
PLAN YOUR VISIT
THINGS TO SEE AND DO
Our rivers offer many opportunities for activity and discovery. Explore our rich heritage of arts and culture, experience nature along riverfront habitats and adventure on the rivers. There is something for everyone to enjoy on our three rivers.
ART AND CULTURE
- Promenade Park Entry Sculpture (coming June, 2019)
- Riverfront Art Benches
- Headwaters Park Hamilton Sculpture Garden
- The Old Fort
- Science Central
- Bicentennial Heritage Trail
- Interesting architecture: Wells Street Bridge, Dr. Martin Luther King Bridge, Swinney Park Suspension Bridge
- Arts United Arts Campus nearby!
- Notable Flora Species
- Notable Fauna Species
- Notable Aquatic Species
- Notable Avian Species
Riverfront Fort Wayne is always moving.
You’re invited to help us plan the next phases of Riverfront Fort Wayne! Share your input and get updates on the progress of Promenade Park. Light snacks will be provided, and you can enter to win tickets to Winter Cozy!
Date: Thursday, January 10 from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Location: Anthony Wayne Ballroom, Grand Wayne Center
Urban Waterfront Features
The south bank of the riverfront is designed around social interaction, special occasions and everyday outings. Its urban waterfront features include a variety of indoor and outdoor meeting spaces that range from small and intimate to large and spacious.
Recreation and Exploration
The tree-lined north bank of the river leverages the Rivergreenway trail system and expands on the river’s recreation and exploration opportunities. It builds on this bank’s role as a center of outdoor activities.
Mother Nature Approved
The City’s Parks & Recreation Department is completing a comprehensive Riparian Management Plan to ensure that all vegetation clearing, replanting and maintenance is performed in a manner that is both beneficial and sustainable for our natural environment.