Bluffton, Indiana was one of the first cities in the state to pave its streets, earning itself the title of the “Parlour City” because the streets were “as clean as your parlour”. Now, the city is more known for its park trails than its paved streets. Cycle the 2.5 mile River Greenway path to Ouabache State Park, where another 2.5 miles of trail await. Bluffton also maintains a 150 acre reforested natural habitat at the Upper Wabash River Basin. This acreage is a home for local animal and plant species, although humans are welcome to visit and learn more about the Wabash River ecosystem.