Service alert - COVID-19
Parks and trails are open to the public. Restrooms are open at high-traffic park locations and cleaned daily. Portable toilets are available where restrooms have not reopened yet. Drinking fountains remain off.
The Rice Creek Regional Trail has reopened between Stinson Boulevard and Silver Lake Road. New rapid flash pedestrian signs have been installed but will not be operational until the end of July.
Go walking, biking, mountain biking or cross-country skiing on winding trails through natural areas that offer a spectacular look at Ramsey County's diverse landscape.
Ramsey County manages six regional trails within the Metropolitan Council's Regional Recreation Open Space System, as well as several miles of trails located within parks.
Hiking and biking trails
All trail maps are available in PDF format.
- Birch Lake Regional Trail
- Bruce Vento Regional Trail
- Highway 96 Regional Trail
- Rice Creek North Regional Trail
- Rice Creek West Regional Trail
- Trout Brook Regional Trail
- Tamarack Nature Center - Walking and hiking only; biking is prohibited on trails within the center.
- Battle Creek Regional Park
- Northeast trails
- Central Lakes trails
- McCarrons, Trout Brook and Reservoir Woods trails
- Keller and Lake Phalen trails
- Pedestrian Plan Map
- Bike Plan Map
- Be courteous to others.
- Observe directional signs and speed limits where posted.
- Trail and park hours are 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes past sunset.
- No motor vehicles on trails.
- Pets on trails must be leashed at all times. Owners must clean up after their pets.
- Bikers must yield to pedestrians.
- Bikers should pass on the left and announce their approach.
- Bikes are allowed on paved trails only.
- Mountain biking on designated trails only.