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3rd Street Trail

1 mi
State: KS
Concrete

Arkansas River Bike Path

10 mi
State: KS
Asphalt

Augusta Pedestrian & Bicycle Path

1.3 mi
State: KS
Concrete

Canal Hike and Bike Trail

4.9 mi
State: KS
Asphalt

El Dorado Bike Trail

3.8 mi
State: KS
Concrete

Gypsum Creek Bike Path

6.5 mi
State: KS
Asphalt

Haysville Hike and Bike Path

4.2 mi
State: KS
Concrete

Jim P. Martinez Sunflower Trail

6.8 mi
State: KS
Asphalt

K-96 Bicycle Path

8 mi
State: KS
Asphalt

Marquette Pioneer Trail

2.8 mi
State: KS
Crushed Stone

McAdams Bike Path

5.2 mi
State: KS
Asphalt, Concrete

Midtown Bike Path

1.5 mi
State: KS
Asphalt, Concrete

Prairie Sunset Trail

15 mi
State: KS
Asphalt, Crushed Stone

Redbud Trail

11.5 mi
State: KS
Concrete, Gravel

Sedgwick County Zoo/Park Path

8.9 mi
State: KS
Asphalt

Valkommen Trail

2.5 mi
State: KS
Asphalt, Concrete

Zoo Boulevard Path

1.5 mi
State: KS
Asphalt
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
The winding 3rd Street Trail parallels an irrigation ditch between Interstate 135 and Lorraine Avenue in Wichita, making a link between disconnected portions of 3rd Street via a non-motorized route....
KS 1 mi Concrete
The 10-mile Arkansas River Path is Wichita's longest and most popular multi-use trail, running mainly along the southwest bank of the Big Arkansas River between 21st Street (near I-235) and Galena...
KS 10 mi Asphalt
Situated along the eastern shore of Augusta Lake, the Augusta Pedestrian & Bicycle Path serves as the primary trail for the community of Augusta, Kansas. The trail connects residences to the east and...
KS 1.3 mi Concrete
The 4.9-mile Canal Hike and Bike Trail runs underneath and alongside the I-135 Canal Route, starting at E. 17th Street N. (at McAdams Park) and heading south to Stafford Street (just north of Pawnee)....
KS 4.9 mi Asphalt
The El Dorado Bike Trail was built in two phases, with a portion of the older, northern segment occupying a former railroad bed. The trail winds through El Dorado, offering safe and enjoyable...
KS 3.8 mi Concrete
The Gypsum Creek Bike Path runs for 6.5 miles along its namesake creek between Towne East Square at Douglas and Turnpike Drive. The trail parallels I-35 between Cottonwood Park and Plainview Park. The...
KS 6.5 mi Asphalt
The Haysville Hike and Bike Path is a system of trails and sidepaths located in the Wichita suburb of Haysville. The system connects many of the important amenities of this community, including...
KS 4.2 mi Concrete
The Jim P. Martinez Sunflower Trail follows the bank of the Arkansas River and Cow Creek in Hutchinson, Kansas. The trail provides useful connections to residential and commercial areas, as well as...
KS 6.8 mi Asphalt
The K-96 Bicycle Path runs for 8 miles along the K-96 bypass, from the intersection of 127th Street East and Central Avenue to N. Oliver Avenue. A newer trail, the McAdams Bike Path—which leads to the...
KS 8 mi Asphalt
The Marquette Pioneer Trail in tiny Marquette, Kansas, opened for use in 2013. The trail, which is surfaced with asphalt millings, primarily occupies a former railroad corridor spanning the town’s...
KS 2.8 mi Crushed Stone
The McAdams Bike Path, so named because it leads to the northern edge of McAdams Park, provides an important connection between two other popular trails: the K-96 Bicycle Path and the Canal Hike and...
KS 5.2 mi Asphalt, Concrete
Wichita's Midtown Bike Path is a short stretch of paved path that cuts diagonally across the city’s Midtown neighborhood on a former Missouri Pacific Railroad corridor. The trail features...
KS 1.5 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Prairie Sunset Trail is located west of Wichita and runs between S. 295th Street in Garden Plain and S.Hoover Rd.  The trail is pretty straight, occupying a portion of the old rail bed that once...
KS 15 mi Asphalt, Crushed Stone
The Redbud rail-trail takes users on a journey via the former BNSF railway corridor that slices right through downtown. The railroad was once the lifeblood of this town, and many in the region. It was...
KS 11.5 mi Concrete, Gravel
Despite its name, the Sedgwick County Zoo and Park Path makes several different loops throughout the park, totaling 8.9 miles, and doesn't really incorporate the zoo itself, except for going around...
KS 8.9 mi Asphalt
The Valkommen Trail runs for 2.5 miles along an abandoned section of the old Missouri-Pacific and Union Pacific rail beds. The trail features a renovated railroad bridge and is a popular trail for...
KS 2.5 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Zoo Boulevard Path runs along the diagonal Zoo Boulevard for 1.5 miles between Windmill Road and Central Avenue, where the trail heads ude east to the Arkansas River, joining the Arkansas River...
KS 1.5 mi Asphalt

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McAdams Bike Path

KS - 5.2 miles

The McAdams Bike Path, so named because it leads to the northern edge of McAdams Park, provides an important connection between two other popular trails: the K-96 Bicycle Path and the Canal Hike and...

Sedgwick County Zoo/Park Path

KS - 8.9 miles

Despite its name, the Sedgwick County Zoo and Park Path makes several different loops throughout the park, totaling 8.9 miles, and doesn't really incorporate the zoo itself, except for going around...

K-96 Bicycle Path

KS - 8 miles

The K-96 Bicycle Path runs for 8 miles along the K-96 bypass, from the intersection of 127th Street East and Central Avenue to N. Oliver Avenue. A newer trail, the McAdams Bike Path—which leads to the...

Marquette Pioneer Trail

KS - 2.8 miles

The Marquette Pioneer Trail in tiny Marquette, Kansas, opened for use in 2013. The trail, which is surfaced with asphalt millings, primarily occupies a former railroad corridor spanning the town’s...

Accordion

Jim P. Martinez Sunflower Trail

KS - 6.8 miles

The Jim P. Martinez Sunflower Trail follows the bank of the Arkansas River and Cow Creek in Hutchinson, Kansas. The trail provides useful connections to residential and commercial areas, as well as...

Redbud Trail

KS - 11.5 miles

The Redbud rail-trail takes users on a journey via the former BNSF railway corridor that slices right through downtown. The railroad was once the lifeblood of this town, and many in the region. It was...

Canal Hike and Bike Trail

KS - 4.9 miles

The 4.9-mile Canal Hike and Bike Trail runs underneath and alongside the I-135 Canal Route, starting at E. 17th Street N. (at McAdams Park) and heading south to Stafford Street (just north of Pawnee)....

Augusta Pedestrian & Bicycle Path

KS - 1.3 miles

Situated along the eastern shore of Augusta Lake, the Augusta Pedestrian & Bicycle Path serves as the primary trail for the community of Augusta, Kansas. The trail connects residences to the east and...

Valkommen Trail

KS - 2.5 miles

The Valkommen Trail runs for 2.5 miles along an abandoned section of the old Missouri-Pacific and Union Pacific rail beds. The trail features a renovated railroad bridge and is a popular trail for...

Zoo Boulevard Path

KS - 1.5 miles

The Zoo Boulevard Path runs along the diagonal Zoo Boulevard for 1.5 miles between Windmill Road and Central Avenue, where the trail heads ude east to the Arkansas River, joining the Arkansas River...

3rd Street Trail

KS - 1 miles

The winding 3rd Street Trail parallels an irrigation ditch between Interstate 135 and Lorraine Avenue in Wichita, making a link between disconnected portions of 3rd Street via a non-motorized route....

Midtown Bike Path

KS - 1.5 miles

Wichita's Midtown Bike Path is a short stretch of paved path that cuts diagonally across the city’s Midtown neighborhood on a former Missouri Pacific Railroad corridor. The trail features...

El Dorado Bike Trail

KS - 3.8 miles

The El Dorado Bike Trail was built in two phases, with a portion of the older, northern segment occupying a former railroad bed. The trail winds through El Dorado, offering safe and enjoyable...

Arkansas River Bike Path

KS - 10 miles

The 10-mile Arkansas River Path is Wichita's longest and most popular multi-use trail, running mainly along the southwest bank of the Big Arkansas River between 21st Street (near I-235) and Galena...

Prairie Sunset Trail

KS - 15 miles

The Prairie Sunset Trail is located west of Wichita and runs between S. 295th Street in Garden Plain and S.Hoover Rd.  The trail is pretty straight, occupying a portion of the old rail bed that once...

Haysville Hike and Bike Path

KS - 4.2 miles

The Haysville Hike and Bike Path is a system of trails and sidepaths located in the Wichita suburb of Haysville. The system connects many of the important amenities of this community, including...

Gypsum Creek Bike Path

KS - 6.5 miles

The Gypsum Creek Bike Path runs for 6.5 miles along its namesake creek between Towne East Square at Douglas and Turnpike Drive. The trail parallels I-35 between Cottonwood Park and Plainview Park. The...

Gypsum Creek Bike Path

KS - 6.5 miles

The Gypsum Creek Bike Path runs for 6.5 miles along its namesake creek between Towne East Square at Douglas and Turnpike Drive. The trail parallels I-35 between Cottonwood Park and Plainview Park. The...

McAdams Bike Path

KS - 5.2 miles

The McAdams Bike Path, so named because it leads to the northern edge of McAdams Park, provides an important connection between two other popular trails: the K-96 Bicycle Path and the Canal Hike and...

El Dorado Bike Trail

KS - 3.8 miles

The El Dorado Bike Trail was built in two phases, with a portion of the older, northern segment occupying a former railroad bed. The trail winds through El Dorado, offering safe and enjoyable...

Valkommen Trail

KS - 2.5 miles

The Valkommen Trail runs for 2.5 miles along an abandoned section of the old Missouri-Pacific and Union Pacific rail beds. The trail features a renovated railroad bridge and is a popular trail for...

Accordion

K-96 Bicycle Path

KS - 8 miles

The K-96 Bicycle Path runs for 8 miles along the K-96 bypass, from the intersection of 127th Street East and Central Avenue to N. Oliver Avenue. A newer trail, the McAdams Bike Path—which leads to the...

Arkansas River Bike Path

KS - 10 miles

The 10-mile Arkansas River Path is Wichita's longest and most popular multi-use trail, running mainly along the southwest bank of the Big Arkansas River between 21st Street (near I-235) and Galena...

Canal Hike and Bike Trail

KS - 4.9 miles

The 4.9-mile Canal Hike and Bike Trail runs underneath and alongside the I-135 Canal Route, starting at E. 17th Street N. (at McAdams Park) and heading south to Stafford Street (just north of Pawnee)....

3rd Street Trail

KS - 1 miles

The winding 3rd Street Trail parallels an irrigation ditch between Interstate 135 and Lorraine Avenue in Wichita, making a link between disconnected portions of 3rd Street via a non-motorized route....

Midtown Bike Path

KS - 1.5 miles

Wichita's Midtown Bike Path is a short stretch of paved path that cuts diagonally across the city’s Midtown neighborhood on a former Missouri Pacific Railroad corridor. The trail features...

Zoo Boulevard Path

KS - 1.5 miles

The Zoo Boulevard Path runs along the diagonal Zoo Boulevard for 1.5 miles between Windmill Road and Central Avenue, where the trail heads ude east to the Arkansas River, joining the Arkansas River...

Sedgwick County Zoo/Park Path

KS - 8.9 miles

Despite its name, the Sedgwick County Zoo and Park Path makes several different loops throughout the park, totaling 8.9 miles, and doesn't really incorporate the zoo itself, except for going around...

Prairie Sunset Trail

KS - 15 miles

The Prairie Sunset Trail is located west of Wichita and runs between S. 295th Street in Garden Plain and S.Hoover Rd.  The trail is pretty straight, occupying a portion of the old rail bed that once...

Jim P. Martinez Sunflower Trail

KS - 6.8 miles

The Jim P. Martinez Sunflower Trail follows the bank of the Arkansas River and Cow Creek in Hutchinson, Kansas. The trail provides useful connections to residential and commercial areas, as well as...

Haysville Hike and Bike Path

KS - 4.2 miles

The Haysville Hike and Bike Path is a system of trails and sidepaths located in the Wichita suburb of Haysville. The system connects many of the important amenities of this community, including...

Marquette Pioneer Trail

KS - 2.8 miles

The Marquette Pioneer Trail in tiny Marquette, Kansas, opened for use in 2013. The trail, which is surfaced with asphalt millings, primarily occupies a former railroad corridor spanning the town’s...

Augusta Pedestrian & Bicycle Path

KS - 1.3 miles

Situated along the eastern shore of Augusta Lake, the Augusta Pedestrian & Bicycle Path serves as the primary trail for the community of Augusta, Kansas. The trail connects residences to the east and...

Redbud Trail

KS - 11.5 miles

The Redbud rail-trail takes users on a journey via the former BNSF railway corridor that slices right through downtown. The railroad was once the lifeblood of this town, and many in the region. It was...

Redbud Trail

KS - 11.5 miles

The Redbud rail-trail takes users on a journey via the former BNSF railway corridor that slices right through downtown. The railroad was once the lifeblood of this town, and many in the region. It was...

Valkommen Trail

KS - 2.5 miles

The Valkommen Trail runs for 2.5 miles along an abandoned section of the old Missouri-Pacific and Union Pacific rail beds. The trail features a renovated railroad bridge and is a popular trail for...

Arkansas River Bike Path

KS - 10 miles

The 10-mile Arkansas River Path is Wichita's longest and most popular multi-use trail, running mainly along the southwest bank of the Big Arkansas River between 21st Street (near I-235) and Galena...

Augusta Pedestrian & Bicycle Path

KS - 1.3 miles

Situated along the eastern shore of Augusta Lake, the Augusta Pedestrian & Bicycle Path serves as the primary trail for the community of Augusta, Kansas. The trail connects residences to the east and...

Accordion

Prairie Sunset Trail

KS - 15 miles

The Prairie Sunset Trail is located west of Wichita and runs between S. 295th Street in Garden Plain and S.Hoover Rd.  The trail is pretty straight, occupying a portion of the old rail bed that once...

Haysville Hike and Bike Path

KS - 4.2 miles

The Haysville Hike and Bike Path is a system of trails and sidepaths located in the Wichita suburb of Haysville. The system connects many of the important amenities of this community, including...

Marquette Pioneer Trail

KS - 2.8 miles

The Marquette Pioneer Trail in tiny Marquette, Kansas, opened for use in 2013. The trail, which is surfaced with asphalt millings, primarily occupies a former railroad corridor spanning the town’s...

El Dorado Bike Trail

KS - 3.8 miles

The El Dorado Bike Trail was built in two phases, with a portion of the older, northern segment occupying a former railroad bed. The trail winds through El Dorado, offering safe and enjoyable...

3rd Street Trail

KS - 1 miles

The winding 3rd Street Trail parallels an irrigation ditch between Interstate 135 and Lorraine Avenue in Wichita, making a link between disconnected portions of 3rd Street via a non-motorized route....

McAdams Bike Path

KS - 5.2 miles

The McAdams Bike Path, so named because it leads to the northern edge of McAdams Park, provides an important connection between two other popular trails: the K-96 Bicycle Path and the Canal Hike and...

Gypsum Creek Bike Path

KS - 6.5 miles

The Gypsum Creek Bike Path runs for 6.5 miles along its namesake creek between Towne East Square at Douglas and Turnpike Drive. The trail parallels I-35 between Cottonwood Park and Plainview Park. The...

Canal Hike and Bike Trail

KS - 4.9 miles

The 4.9-mile Canal Hike and Bike Trail runs underneath and alongside the I-135 Canal Route, starting at E. 17th Street N. (at McAdams Park) and heading south to Stafford Street (just north of Pawnee)....

Zoo Boulevard Path

KS - 1.5 miles

The Zoo Boulevard Path runs along the diagonal Zoo Boulevard for 1.5 miles between Windmill Road and Central Avenue, where the trail heads ude east to the Arkansas River, joining the Arkansas River...

K-96 Bicycle Path

KS - 8 miles

The K-96 Bicycle Path runs for 8 miles along the K-96 bypass, from the intersection of 127th Street East and Central Avenue to N. Oliver Avenue. A newer trail, the McAdams Bike Path—which leads to the...

Midtown Bike Path

KS - 1.5 miles

Wichita's Midtown Bike Path is a short stretch of paved path that cuts diagonally across the city’s Midtown neighborhood on a former Missouri Pacific Railroad corridor. The trail features...

Jim P. Martinez Sunflower Trail

KS - 6.8 miles

The Jim P. Martinez Sunflower Trail follows the bank of the Arkansas River and Cow Creek in Hutchinson, Kansas. The trail provides useful connections to residential and commercial areas, as well as...

Sedgwick County Zoo/Park Path

KS - 8.9 miles

Despite its name, the Sedgwick County Zoo and Park Path makes several different loops throughout the park, totaling 8.9 miles, and doesn't really incorporate the zoo itself, except for going around...

Recent Trail Reviews

Flint Hills Trail State Park

Flint Hills Trail - Osawatomie to Ottawa - EXCELLENT!

August, 2019 by larrysmith2935

Today we rode the Flint Hills Trail from Osawatomie to Ottawa and back. We had a great time and this trail is highly recommended! The trail is a "Rails to Trails" route that follows the Marais des Cygnes river, so it is predominately flat. The gravel surface is packed very light chip, so almost any type of bike will work (we rode gravel bikes). In a few places, the recent heavy rains washed away the light chip top coat and exposed the more coarse RR bed gravel below, but it is not a problem. We did not see any of the thorns etc. mentioned above in posts from previous years. The trail head is a little hard to find, and Google maps did not help. If you find the Osawatomie elementary school and then proceed down that same road about 3/4 mile further, the trail head (with some parking) is on your right. Leaving on the trail from Osawatomie, the first 6 miles are completely shaded by trees arching over the trail. After that the trail is about 1/2 shaded and 1/2 open meadows - so this is a great trail for warm summer days (and should be beautiful in the fall). There are many bridges, views of the river and wide open farmland to see along the way. Today, at 9 miles in, there was about 200 yd where water covered the trail from the big overnight thunderstorms, but this is not normal. There are no drinking water stops along the way - so bring at least 2 good sized bottles per person. There are however farm houses all along, so if you really needed help in an emergency, it is not far away. Ottawa is about 18 miles from Osawatomie and you will know that you are close when you pass under the I-35 bridge (about 2 miles to go). If you want lunch, turn left off the trail at 7th street (it is well marked), go ~1 mile south on 7th and you will hit Main street. Subway is 2 blocks to your left (9th street) on Main, or you can go to downtown and have a variety of food choices. We had a really nice ride today and hope that you can ride this trail soon too!

Prairie Sunset Trail

Nice ride

August, 2019 by dwpage75

I rode from Maize rd to Garden Plain on a hybrid bike. The path was well kept with just a couple of larger rocks near garden plain. There are really nice parks in Goddard and just north of the trail end in garden plain. I will definitely ride again with my kids.

Prairie Sunset Trail

gravel rider

July, 2019 by hobb6032

Really nice trail!! Saw deer and coyote between Goddard and Garden Plain.

Accordion

Meadowlark Trail

From North to south and back again

June, 2019 by djhanson87

I started in LIndsborg and biked all the way to the southern endpoint north of McPherson and then back again. A good way to see Kansas farmland from another perspective. You do have to do a jog leaving the trail at Shawnee, going east on paved roads to old 81 and then back over west on to Pawnee, again paved roads. There is an unfinished center portion. At Pawnee, you can see that work is being done on the trail heading north. Encountered volunteers maintaining the trail. This is a trail in evolution. Some benches/rest spots at the extreme north and south ends. An under-appreciated Central Kansas gem.

Meadowlark Trail

Nice trail

May, 2019 by widows.son

I rode the McPherson side today and with all the rain the region has had, the trail is still in fairly good condition. There are some soft spots in areas but most of al it’s a good ride.

Flint Hills Trail State Park

Flint Hills Nature Trail - April 2017

May, 2019 by gouldie64

This is a lovely trail. I camped at Vassar Lake for a few nights and rode sections out and back each day between Council Grove and Osawatomie. Trail conditions were great for a gravel, mountain or touring bike. There are a few rough bridges, and a few patches of ballast or deep sand, but nothing that will ruin your day. My first morning I followed a coyote following a turkey for the better part of a mile. In Ottawa you can also connect to the Prairie Spirit trail, which is also nice.

Flint Hills Trail State Park

No trail-centric services, great folks (though)

April, 2019 by rgossen

This trail is not ready for prime-time.
Unlike the R-Ts that I've done (GAP, Katy, Mickelson), there are no dedicated services such as water (cisterns or pumps), bathrooms or portapotties, no mileage signage, not even signs identifying towns at crossroads. Essentially NO SERVICES. I did count four (I think) benches on the 103 miles we rode. Though I have been told this will change quickly since the State has recently taken over the trail, about a quarter of it is virtually impassable due to inappropriate maintenance, if any. That's from about five miles east of Council Grove on and off to Osage City. 2-4 inch ballast rocks are dumped on the trail without grading or filling, no gravel for miles (just dirt jeep trail), no side rails on unimproved bridges (dangerous), grading done in wet weather where the grader tread tracks have become miles of almost-highway rumble strips and, finally, trash heaps along side the trail.. A terrible riding experience. Add to that an approximate three mile detour just west of Ottawa on yucky gravel county roads (not marked on any - including TrailNet - maps, but clearly a long-term function of the trail).
Now, from Osage City east to Osawatomie is from passable to good enough, mostly on the positive side of that spectrum.
BUT, the people we met were all wonderful, great experiences at every interaction. The Cottage House in Council Grove and the Koch Guesthouse (AirBnB) in Osage City were delightful, and Jeff and Yon at the Ottawa Bike Shop were outstandingly - I mean really - helpful.
If you want to do the Flint Hills R-T, do the eastern half or wait till the state at least fixes the surface on the western side. Otherwise, it can be a miserable experience. Either way, once the trail is fixed, it's still a long way from the standards set by the nearby Katy.
Ron Gossen

Flint Hills Trail State Park

beautiful, isolated trail with rough terrain.

April, 2019 by theafterpipe

I began running along this trail on Friday afternoon on 4/12/2019. The weather was about 52°, sunny, and a bit windy. I found the trail to be difficult to run along. The trail is gravel, but not maintained very well. There was a steady undergrowth about 8” high that blanketed the trail. I found myself dodging bushes and dead, fallen trees lying across the path. In the two miles i ran, there were about three gates. After the fourth, i met a herd of cattle, and that’s when I turned back. Otherwise, the trail is very peaceful. I recommend it for walking or mountain biking. If tou do bike it, be sure to bring an extra tire!

Meadowlark Trail

Rough

March, 2019 by scottshufelberger

Felt like riding a cobblestone road. I have great shocks on my mountain bike too.

Redbud Trail

Red Bud east

December, 2018 by denise17

Love the new part going from Andover towards Augusta. Not much traffics and nice chipped path. Like to run and bike on it.

Jim P. Martinez Sunflower Trail

Love to ride, but not on this trail

August, 2018 by christabuddy

Wish they would take care of the bike trail. The expansion strips are too large of a gap. My husbands spokes on his wheels broke off, because of how bumpy it is! He had to replace his wheels which are not cheap. And his bike was brand new!! I love the trail, I just wish they would fix the gaps, so we do not ruin our bikes. Will not ride, until they are fixed. We drive to Wichita to ride on the trails there.

Flint Hills Trail State Park

Council Grove to Bushong

July, 2018 by yoder.kauffman

Rode on an unseasonably cool and overcast July day. Trail is in excellent condition. We rode our street bikes. This section is doable for the casual rider and for families. Take water, there are no services. Beautiful ride through the flint hills. Bushong is the high point in this section.

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