North Dakota Dog Walking Trails and Maps

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Burlington Walking Path

5 mi
State: ND
Asphalt, Concrete

Greenway of Greater Grand Forks

21.1 mi
State: MN, ND
Asphalt

Hay Creek Trail (ND)

5 mi
State: ND
Asphalt
Accordion

Roughrider Trail

16.5 mi
State: ND
Dirt, Gravel

Tatman Branch Trail

10 mi
State: ND
Gravel

Washburn Discovery Trail

2.2 mi
State: ND
Concrete
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
The Burlington Walking Path is a paved trail through rural, rolling countryside that connects the cities of Minot and Burlington in north-central North Dakota. It parallels County Road 15 for most of...
ND 5 mi Asphalt, Concrete
Both historical and unique in its design, the Old Fairview Bridge was built to accommodate both cars and trains—though not at the same time! The Old Fairview Bridge and Cartwright Tunnel Trail is now...
ND 1 mi Dirt
Grand Forks, North Dakota, and East Grand Forks, Minnesota, host a network of paved paths along the Red River and Red Lake River that form the border between these two cities. At just more than 20...
MN, ND 21.1 mi Asphalt
The 5-mile Hay Creek Trail forms a loop route, with a couple internal spurs for a shorter jaunt, in the northeast section of Bismarck. The trail links neighborhoods and green spaces and also provides...
ND 5 mi Asphalt
The Missouri Valley Millennium Trail is a joint venture between the cities of Bismarck and Mandan, on opposite sides of the Missouri River. On the Bismarck side the trail parallels the east bank of...
ND 4.6 mi
The 16-mile Roughrider Trail was built for OHVs and snowmobiles along an abandoned rail corridor south of Bismarck. The trail follows the Missouri River and offers scenic views of the bluffs and...
ND 16.5 mi Dirt, Gravel
The Tatman Branch Trail follows a spur of the Great Northern Railroad, the construction of which lead to the 1886 founding of nearby Minot. The transcontinental railroad, now part of the BNSF Railway,...
ND 10 mi Gravel
Accordion
The Washburn Discovery Trail is part of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail and begins at North Dakota's Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center. From there, the paved pathway heads toward the...
ND 2.2 mi Concrete

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Greenway of Greater Grand Forks

Uniquely Wonderful

September, 2016 by Klister

This is a uniquely wonderful trail set in the flood plain of the Red River. Instead of a narrow corridor of a rails to trails type path this occupies a wide swath of the river bottoms with a large dyke on the upland side of the path blocking views of town & residential neighborhoods. It's like riding through a lush and beautiful arboretum. The pathways are in excellent shape and mostly deserted in the fall mornings, giving one the feeling of being far far away from civilization.
The town of Grand forks is small and tidy with all the amenities one could want without the traffic congestion & noise of a larger city. I would highly recommend this trail for a bicycle vacation destination.

Fairview Bridge & Cartwright Tunnel Trail

Short and Interesting

October, 2013 by noeljkelller

Luck would have that Handicap parking is at Trail grade at the west end. Otherwise it is a steep though short climb from the park below. The trail surface across the ties is a steel reinforcement web making a smooth ride. However at the east end the dirt has washed away and the web is not bent down over the side of the RR tie. This cut the side wall of my tire. Luck again, it did not blow out until an hour later after loaded it back in my Van. If the web reinforcement was hammered down, it would cure this hazard. Noel Keller 21 Jun 2013

Tatman Branch Trail

Unimproved Trail

November, 2011 by noeljkelller

If this trail had some clay and crushed limestone rolled & packed it would be an excellent trail. The Sign at the North end of the Trail by Minot AFB Commercial Gate states, This is an unimproved trail. Surface is soft or has large ballast, not suitable for a 3 wheel cycle.
Noel Keller 18 Oct 2011

Accordion

Greenway of Greater Grand Forks

Over and Under Bridges on the Red River

November, 2011 by noeljkelller

This Trail System takes one under or over and by bridges on the Red River. Trail is in fine condition. Excellent new bike Pedestrian Bridge. Noel Keller 17 Oct 2011

Roughrider Trail

possible future

May, 2002 by

There is a movement by Senator Kent Conrad and the Corps of Engineers to construct a trail through this area.

Roughrider Trail

what trail?

July, 2001 by

"The Roughrider Trail, as near as I can tell, from Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park south to Fort Rice, exists only in the realm of what can be rather than what is. The rail bed is disconnected as the bridges are all gone, and unless you enjoy riding over a series of overgrown burms and decayed bridge banks, biking is out of the question. It is not encouraged here and according to the ranger--she was miffed that anyone had even heard of this railbed before--even the snowmobilers prefer to ride the ditches in front of it. This is a shame because if this trail were ever developed, at least to the point of supporting biking, it would provide a stupendous, historical ride along the upper reaches of the Missouri.A better ride, which the same ranger suggested and we followed, was along a connecting bike route from the state park north to Mandan then across the river to Bismark. This is 12 miles one way and takes you into a series of the waterfront trails in Bismark where you can witness scores of roudy youth buzzing pontoon boats with their noisy skidoos."

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