Big Dry Creek Trail (Westminster)

Trail Map

Description Suggest an Edit

Big Dry Creek Trail follows an east-west course for 12 miles between Interstate 25 and Standley Lake in Westminster, one of Denver's northern suburbs. The trail is generally flat, with short stretches of moderate grade. The trail passes among open space, parks, and neighborhoods. At 99th Street, there is a short on-road section (approximately 1 mile).

Where the trail crosses under US 36, a connection to the US 36 Bikeway is possible; that paved pathway parallels the roadway between Denver and Boulder.

Parking and Trail Access

One of the easiest places to pick up the trail is at the Westminster Rec Center (at 104th and Sheridan), which is more or less central to the trail. Parking is also available at Standley Lake Park, Westminster City Park (2 places), Westfield Village Park, and Big Dry Creek Park (1700 W. 128th Ave.).

Reviews

easy riding!!!!!

   March, 2016 by jrileyd

basicly all down hill, my wife and i took this trail. she has a 700c tire fitness bike, no problems! i was concerned about the lack of signs, there is alot of connecting trails. we made it fine, just stick to main trail. 2 best things the tunnels under ...read more

Nice!

   February, 2016 by xwcy29

Nice easy trail with both paved and unpaved spots to keep a nice variety. Plan on doing it again! Like another reviewer, some people have stolen signs that make it somewhat hard to follow at times with multiple forks, but its pretty easy to determine ...read more

A decent bike ride but needs more signage

   August, 2015 by adsaxs

First, as a background, we are not at all familiar with the area but we have enjoyed riding a number of rails-to-trails and greenbelts throughout the country. We parked at the neighborhood park named Westbrook Park on West 97th Avenue. This park has ...read more