Beatrice, NE Fishing Trails and Maps

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Blue River Rail Trail

11.7 mi
State: KS
Concrete, Crushed Stone

Oak Lake Connector Trail

1.47 mi
State: NE
Concrete
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The Blue River Rail Trail meanders along the course of the Big Blue River, in places meeting the water's edge and in other places straying from its banks. The rail-trail stretches between Marysville...
KS 11.7 mi Concrete, Crushed Stone
Oak Lake Connector Trail is a shared-use path around the edge of Oak Lake Park in northwest Lincoln, Nebraska. The trail continues where the Salt Creek Levee Trail leaves off, beginning at Haymarket...
NE 1.47 mi Concrete

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Blue River Rail Trail

KS - 11.7 miles

The Blue River Rail Trail meanders along the course of the Big Blue River, in places meeting the water's edge and in other places straying from its banks. The rail-trail stretches between Marysville...

Oak Lake Connector Trail

NE - 1.47 miles

Oak Lake Connector Trail is a shared-use path around the edge of Oak Lake Park in northwest Lincoln, Nebraska. The trail continues where the Salt Creek Levee Trail leaves off, beginning at Haymarket...

Blue River Rail Trail

KS - 11.7 miles

The Blue River Rail Trail meanders along the course of the Big Blue River, in places meeting the water's edge and in other places straying from its banks. The rail-trail stretches between Marysville...

Oak Lake Connector Trail

NE - 1.47 miles

Oak Lake Connector Trail is a shared-use path around the edge of Oak Lake Park in northwest Lincoln, Nebraska. The trail continues where the Salt Creek Levee Trail leaves off, beginning at Haymarket...

Blue River Rail Trail

KS - 11.7 miles

The Blue River Rail Trail meanders along the course of the Big Blue River, in places meeting the water's edge and in other places straying from its banks. The rail-trail stretches between Marysville...

Oak Lake Connector Trail

NE - 1.47 miles

Oak Lake Connector Trail is a shared-use path around the edge of Oak Lake Park in northwest Lincoln, Nebraska. The trail continues where the Salt Creek Levee Trail leaves off, beginning at Haymarket...

Recent Trail Reviews

Chief Standing Bear Trail

Great Trail

October, 2020 by gears4g

Great trail to ride on. It has numerous trailheads along it that a person can park at if they do t have enough time to complete it all in one day. The scenery is breathtaking g and relaxing.

Homestead Trail

Homestead “Express” Trail

August, 2020 by gears4g

I only rode this 5 miles from the TH by the bar “The Rail,” but it was very pleasant. The trail starts out being paved but turns to limestone approximately 1 mile. There were turkeys and their babies within that one mile, which is partially shaded. The trail outside of Beatrice is well shaded for the first couple of miles. This makes for a cool breeze while hammering the pedals. You’ll cross four wooden bridges in those 5 miles, tracing Indian Creek part of the ways. I even spotted a fawn drinking from the creek. The only down side was the brush sticks out too far when crossing the roads. The city need to trim it. I highly recommend surfing Homestead “Express” Trail for a reconnection with nature and a blast into Gage County history!!

Chief Standing Bear Trail

Amazing!

August, 2020 by emo_banana95

I was recommended this trail due to my liking of wildlife and was not disappointed. I’ve seen deer, snakes, a frog, and a toad thus far. I’m loving the limestone cliffs as well. Very cool and well-maintained trail. Make sure to use bug spray if you’re walking.

Accordion

Chief Standing Bear Trail

Will do it again!

August, 2020 by bryancindee

We were really impressed by this trail. Most of the 15 miles we rode out of Beatrice and back were wooded with shaded areas, so both the wind and the sun were tempered. The trail surface was great for our mountain bike tires, and I think most road bikes would be fine also. We really appreciated the beautiful rest areas with clean, usable restrooms. We’ll return to do the entire trail soon!

Jamaica North Trail

Closure near 14th to Old Chenney. From July 6 for 80 days.

July, 2020 by ml93818

Closure near 14th to Old Chenney. From July 6 for 80 days.

70th Street Trail

offers a challenge

July, 2020 by grimmchaz79

All depending on wether you take this one north, or south it offers a decent challenge on the inclines.

Tierra Williamsburg Trail

love the scenery

July, 2020 by grimmchaz79

This is one of my favorites because of the winding paths, and scenic areas. A peaceful ride with some ducks, and geese normally enjoying the day as well.

Old Cheney Road Trail

it does the job

July, 2020 by grimmchaz79

Not my favorite; but I use it to connect my longer rides.

Helen Boosalis Trail

my most used trail

July, 2020 by grimmchaz79

I like the accessibility of this trail. The wide path, and easy inclines make for a nice trek to start my longer rides on.

Tierra Williamsburg Trail

beautiful hidden trail

May, 2020 by lrmartinez78

Loved the hidden rivers and the work out stations! So enjoyed my walk/run!

Murdock Trail

City and Country

May, 2020 by mwolfenet

-The West end of Murdock Trail begins mid-Lincoln, connecting to the Dietrich Trail at 48th street. Going East it's a paved surface. At Touzalin street it switches to Lincoln's first 10 ft wide concrete with 4 ft wide limestone surface beside it. Allows a soft surface for runners and paved for bikers with generous room to pass. At 70th St it switches to a mix of limestone and concrete running parallel to Mahoney city park. At 84th St. the overpass takes you out into the country for a serene ride with shade off & on, many birds singing, a bridge with steps down to the stream below, past alpaca's grazing in a pasture to 84th st. It's a gem of a trail, I only wish it went farther but grateful it's available to us.

Rock Island Trail (NE)

Beautiful Trail, possible bathroom?

March, 2020 by afrankforter

I love Rock Island Trail! It is my go-to trail for running. When I am training for marathons, this trail is a perfect location and stretches a length that allows for a really nice long run. I like that it is shady and peaceful, but also that it is so widely used. I feel safe on this trail.

I would like to inquire about the possibility of having a porta-potty option along this trail, perhaps located near the Penny Bridges. There are no year-round bathroom options along this trail north of the gas station at Old Cheney Rd.

This is just a friendly suggestion. I really do appreciate this great trail and all trails in Lincoln!

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