Top 10 Scenic Bike Trails
Saint Paul’s expansive park system allows accessibility for bikers seeking a quick ride or a long haul. Cruising the trails around the city is a great way of experiencing nature in all its glory, perfect for the warm summer days or the brisk fall season.
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Carver Lake Park
Hiking, biking, archery, picnics & unguarded swimming are offered in this picturesque city park.
Como Lake Park
With a beloved zoo and serene lake, Como Park blends family-friendly activities with the beauty of the outdoors.
Gateway State Trail
The Gateway State Trail is an 18 mile multiple use trail that begins in the city of St. Paul, travels northeast through the cities of Maplewood, North St. Paul, and Oakdale, through…
Hidden Falls Park
Hidden Falls begins 7 miles north of the Mississippi's confluence with the Minnesota River and continues south to Crosby Farm Park. A paved biking and hiking trail along the bluff provides good…
Indian Mounds Trail
Indian Mounds Regional Park is a public park in Saint Paul, MN, United States, featuring six prehistoric Native American burial grounds overlooking the Mississippi River.
Forested floodplain along the Mississippi with a small lake & walking paths, plus fishing & birding.
Mississippi River Gorge Regional Park
Mississippi River Gorge Regional Park features several miles of paved trails along the east side of the Mississippi River with beautiful scenic overlooks along the way.
Robert Piram Trail
Robert Piram Regional Trail connects Harriet Island in Saint Paul and Kaposia Landing Park in South St. Paul which provides access to an extended network of trails and regional greenways and offers…
Salem Hills Park
The park consists of 41 acres of land perfect for biking, including a tree nursery. Enjoy the brand new basketball courts, tennis courts and pickleball courts. Along with a playground and baseball/softball…