Shooting Star State Trail

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Shooting Star State Trail is currently 19 miles long, an 8-foot-wide asphalt path from Le Roy (east) to Rose Creek (west). It follows an abandoned railroad bed of the Milwaukee Road, which once stretched from the Midwest through the Rocky Mountains. The scenic trail includes bike racks and rest benches in key places along the route.

There are plans to extend the trail farther west to Austin.

Parking and Trail Access

There is plenty of parking at the trailheads in both Le Roy and Adams, with restrooms and covered picnic areas. Taopi also has a restroom and picnic table with parking.

Reviews

Beautiful scenery, lots of headwind

   June, 2015 by mikaspaso

But don't let that stop you from exploring this beautiful trail. We started our trip in Rose Creek and thankfully, the wind was against us on the first half of the trip; but that's okay because we had the energy! We lost 30-minutes on the return trip ...read more

Fast, flat, and smooth

   October, 2013 by kevinkaren

I rode this trail from west to east with a car shuttle. The western trailhead in Rose Creek has no official parking lot, but it is across the street from the town hall, and there was a porta-potty at the end of the trail. The trail is dead flat and ...read more

Sort of a blended trail?

   October, 2013 by daireemt

My wife and I rode this trail Sept.24, from Adams to LeRoy and back. The trail starts as a rail-trail but after Taopi, becomes a meandering curving path, with squarer corners than a rail trail. Trail maintenance is very good. It was a wonderful ride through ...read more