Nebraska Fishing Trails and Maps

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Flanagan Lake Trail

5.2 mi
State: NE

Great American Rail-Trail

3743.9 mi
State: DC, IA, ID, IL, IN, MD, MT, NE, OH, PA, WA, WV, WY
Asphalt, Concrete, Crushed Stone

Johnson Lake Hike and Bike Trail

10.3 mi
State: NE

Kearney Hike and Bike Trail

22.97 mi
State: NE

Lake Cunningham Trail

6.4 mi
State: NE

Prairie Queen Trail

4.2 mi
State: NE

Wehrspann Lake Trail

6 mi
State: NE

Zorinsky Lake Trail

7.4 mi
State: NE
Asphalt, Concrete

144th Street Trail

8.5 mi
State: NE
Asphalt, Concrete

Two Lakes Trail

2.4 mi
State: NE

Niobrara Trail

2.1 mi
State: NE
Crushed Stone, Grass

Al Bengtson Trail

22 mi
State: NE

Bob Lake Trail

1.3 mi
State: NE
Crushed Stone

Fort Kearney Hike & Bike Trail

1.8 mi
State: NE

John Brownell Trail (Beltline Trail)

2.72 mi
State: NE

Oak Lake Connector Trail

1.47 mi
State: NE

Robert White Trail

1.5 mi
State: NE
Crushed Stone
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
Flanagan Lake, opened to the public in July 2018, is a 220-acre reservoir designed to aid in flood control on the outskirts of Omaha. Named for Father Edward Flanagan, the priest who founded the...
NE 5.2 mi Concrete
Note: This developing route is not yet fully contiguous – it is just over 50% complete. Please refer to the Trail Map for more information on the existing sections of trail, as well as the online...
DC, IA, ID, IL, IN, MD, MT, NE, OH, PA, WA, WV, WY 3743.9 mi Asphalt, Concrete, Crushed Stone
The Johnson Lake Hike and Bike Trail is a 10-mile loop around a popular recreational lake in central Nebraska located about 10 miles south of Lexington. The project is nearly complete with 8.3 miles...
NE 10.3 mi Concrete
The Kearney Hike and Bike Trail spans 13 paved miles through western and southern Kearney, Nebraska. The trail links neighborhoods and businesses with parks and historical sites throughout the city....
NE 22.97 mi Concrete
Omaha's Glenn Cunningham Lake offers six miles of walking and biking trails circling the reservoir. The 8ft wide, concrete trail known as the "C" provides an accessible path for easy recreation and...
NE 6.4 mi Concrete
The Prairie Queen Recreation Area offers a beautiful outdoor space for residents of Papillion, which lies southeast of Omaha. Looping around the lake at its center is a paved pathway, which offers...
NE 4.2 mi Concrete
Extending north from the 144th Street Trail, the Standing Bear Lake and Recreation Area Trail spans over four miles around Standing Bear Lake and the surrounding neighborhoods and parkland. A popular...
NE 4.4 mi Concrete
The Wehrspann Lake Trail loops around its namesake reservoir in the Chalco Hills Recreation Area on the southwestern outskirts of Omaha. There are benches and picnic spots along the paved pathway to...
NE 6 mi Concrete
The Zorinsky Lake Trail offers a pleasant excursion on the western outskirts of Omaha. The paved pathway encircles a 255-acre lake, offering beautiful views of the water from all angles. The full...
NE 7.4 mi Asphalt, Concrete
This trail is an 8-mile long winding pathway stretching from north to south along 144th Street (State Route 50). It is an important route for both recreation and transportation, providing safe...
NE 8.5 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The scenic Two Lakes Trail runs for 2.4 miles between where 48th Avenue crosses the Loup Canal, and the start of the Bob Lake Trail, and Lakeview Road at 18th Avenue. The trail follows the northern...
NE 2.4 mi Concrete
Niobrara State Park has a total 14 miles of trails open to a variety of uses, including snowmobiling. A 2.1-mile hike–bike trail incorporates a trestle from the old Chicago Northwestern Railroad,...
NE 2.1 mi Crushed Stone, Grass
The Al Bengtson Trail offers a network of 22 miles of connecting paved pathways and shared-roadway routes throughout South Sioux City in northeastern Nebraska. The trail's northern end skirts the...
NE 22 mi Asphalt
The Bob Lake Trail runs for 1.3 miles between 48th Avenue and the start of the Robert White Trail where the trails converge near 65th Street. The trail follows the southwest shore of Lake Babcock,...
NE 1.3 mi Crushed Stone
The Fort Kearny Hike-Bike Trail extends 1.8 miles between Fort Kearny State Recreation Area and the Bassway Strip Wildlife Management Area, where it connects to the Kearney Hike and Bike...
NE 1.8 mi Concrete
The John Brownell Trail, also known as the Beltline Trail, runs for nearly 2.75 miles through residential neighborhoods on an abandoned rail corridor in Grand Island, Nebraska. The trail provides...
NE 2.72 mi Asphalt
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
The Robert White Trail runs for 1.5 miles between the start of the Bob Lake Trail, where the trails converge near 65th Street, and 18th Avenue/Monastery Road. There is no shade. The trail follows the...
NE 1.5 mi Crushed Stone

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Antelope Creek Trail

Pleasant trail

May, 2024 by ksteen1

Nice for biking and walking. Passes by a playground and some scenic woodsy areas as well as some residential. Not a very challenging trail in terms of hills.

MoPac Trail (Springfield)

The pipe after the Platte River bridge is bent.

May, 2024 by linda_03

The guard pipe on the south side of the Platte bridge is bent. This narrows the distance between the top of the Guard pipes. It wasn’t enough space for my bicycle handlebars to fit through and so I crashed. I know you don’t want motorized vehicles on the bridge, but the pipes are too tall and interfere with bicycle handlebars, especially when one of them is bent inward. Why can’t the top of the bars be about 10 inches lower? Thank you

144th Street Trail

meh…frequent rider, wouldn’t go out of my way for it though

April, 2024 by hbwjwjtrhj

It’s just riding a bike through a city. And not even a scenic, aesthetically pleasing city. Just a bunch of fast food restaurants, neighborhood developments, some schools, strip malls and lakes on each end. If that’s your thing, then ride the whole trail. Personally, I will ride parts of it frequently because it’s convenient and close to home. But it’s not a great trail, more just a bike path along a major road.


Wehrspann Lake Trail

Fun ride to start with

April, 2024 by hbwjwjtrhj

Good for a beginner. I just started riding regularly and this was a good challenge. Has just enough hill climbing to challenge yourself and it also helps you learn how to pace yourself. The path is wide and smooth, has some fun tight turns at the beginning, and spots going downhill where you can get a little speed going. Made for a very enjoyable ride.

Chief Standing Bear Trail

I really enjoy this trail!

February, 2024 by darrellhute

One of my favorites!

Wehrspann Lake Trail

Amazing Path

October, 2023 by hkhumphress

We are visiting from Ohio and found this path around the lake. It is awesome! We are participating in a health challenge and the 6.5 miles was terrific! It is an overcast and cool day; it may be hot if the sun is out and it is mid-summer. Fantastic for us though!

Steamboat Trace Trail

Needs work.

October, 2023 by crjdajab_mom

I rode trail from most farthest southern point to Brownville. The trail is not there. Bridge you cross is sketchy. Hopeful that Brownville to Peru is better.

Chief Standing Bear Trail

Scenic quiet amazing

September, 2023 by james.scott.ross

We planned this trip ahead but got out of lincoln late Friday on a rainy september evening. It was cloudy and raining lightly when we set out south on bikes from the beatrice trail head.

The sunset beneath the low clouds was full of vibrant colors backlighting the early fall color in the trees.

That feeling when you are looking down a breathtaking view of peaceful woodlands In the crisp clean cool air is magical. The solitude we had due to weather added to our sense of adventure and we instantly knew we would treasure the experience.

We were only able to ride to road 34 before darkness was setting in and the amount of water in the turf made the fine sandy limestone surface soft enough that our speed was reduced about 5 mph.

The sandy mud got everywhere and we all had mud rooster tails when we returned in total darkness.

The bridges and the views down creeks draws and gullies were amazing and the cornfields in the clearings were a nice golden contrast in the waning light.

The surface was slushy and we slid around a little but no issue for experienced riders.

Under canopy on a cloudy night is very dark and we had our lights on full bright to help avoid all the frogs coming out as darkness set.

Saw a few distant wildlife but not sure what it was, too far away and too dark but it's out there.

Amazing smooth trail with gentle grades and low risk of rough spots. The bridges are well kept surface and the trail head and facilities were pleasantly perfectly clean.

We will go again when trees have more color this fall.

Kearney Hike and Bike Trail

Great Trail Through a Great Town

August, 2023 by jsafret

This was the second stop in our 2023 "Tour de Great Plains & Colorado" bike trip. The trail was in excellent condition, mostly flat and the town of Kearny is the best of America, you really couldn't find better place to stop and ride. It really does seem like the place where you can leave the front door unlocked.

Keystone Trail

Trail Closed at The Mart for sewer repair

August, 2023 by nosliwrenee

There is a detour but you have to cross Dodge Street. Just wanted to share this info with riders. It closed now and will be for 5 months in this section.

Steamboat Trace Trail

August 2023 - Good trail, could be great with a little more maintenance

August, 2023 by lwwrjw93

I read past reviews, and due to negative comments, I chose to ride the trail with a mountain bike. Most (85%) of the trail was in good (crushed limestone) condition, even following a rain the previous day. The only part of the trail that I didn’t ride (turned my bike around) was the portion about 8 miles south of the Nebraska City trailhead (toward Peru). The grass and weeds were so much covering the trail, except for two narrow strips, that the weeds whacked my legs and made the ride uncomfortable. The weeds were waist high. The weeds in this portion of the trail weren’t mowed on the sides either. I heard from another rider that this only lasted for maybe one mile, but since I wasn’t sure at that time I turned around and re-joined the trail (by vehicle) at Peru. After reading past reviews over the years it appears that folks are working very hard to improve this trail with great success. It’s a lovely trail. Uncrowded (I met three other people in two days) and really pleasant terrain. I do think wider tires are more suited (gravel or mtb tires). Thanks to whoever maintains this trail … and please consider mowing or spraying the weeds through the farm field area that was un-mowed. If farmers are mowing the sides and trail in other areas … THANK YOU!

144th Street Trail

Too many major streets to cross

August, 2023 by gustaff1142

This is not my idea of a fun bike trail. Lots of street traffic. You have to cross just about every major east-west street in Omaha.

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