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Find the top rated atv trails in Lincoln, whether you're looking for an easy short atv trail or a long atv trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a atv trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
All depending on wether you take this one north, or south it offers a decent challenge on the inclines.
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.
Not my favorite; but I use it to connect my longer rides.
I like the accessibility of this trail. The wide path, and easy inclines make for a nice trek to start my longer rides on.
I’ve ridden around 800 miles on this trail because it’s close to my house and it’s an asphalt surface that has many divots and roots that have grown through it. Not the best surface for bikes.
Mostly asphalt, mostly wide, mostly in good condition, and stretches of shade. For those who live near it's a nice and convenient walking and bike path. For inline skaters and skate boarders beware all the gravel.
This is my go too bike trail as it has small hills for a great first time biker. The view is beautiful with lakes and nature.
Just tried riding this trail again hoping there would be some improvement. Some areas aren’t terrible but some places are very difficult to ride through. Just north of Heron Bay there is huge crushed rock on the trail. Not even good for hybrid bikes! And so unsafe. It could be such a fun and popular trail.
Nice trail but not that scenic. Mix of underpasses and parks. Great if you live nearby but don’t go out of your way.
Loved the hidden rivers and the work out stations! So enjoyed my walk/run!
-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.
We started in Brownville and the ride up to Peru is terrible! Multiple trees down and very soft areas that made us walk the bikes. We almost turned around at 7 miles. The ride from Peru to Nebraska City was perfect and saved the trail! Only one tree down and the path was in great shape! If would just skip the Brownville to Peru stretch until it gets fixed.
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