The Ordway Trail runs for 2 miles in northeastern Aberdeen, a railroad town founded in the early 1880s. It begins in Baird Park, a natural area perhaps best known for its 25-foot-tall sledding hill. From there, the paved pathway travels south to Browne Park, which offers a picnic area, playground, basketball court and softball field.
Parking and Trail Access
At the northern end of the trail, parking can be found at Baird Park (1715 24th Avenue NE) and, at the southern end, parking is available at Browne Park (Third Avenue NE and Jackson Street).