Top Multi-Use Trails for Visiting State Parks

While state parks are often overshadowed by their larger cousins—national parks—it doesn't mean they aren't places to see. If you are looking for a place to see some natural beauty with lots of options for outdoor activities, state parks are the way to go. Here are some of our favorite multi-use trails for visiting state parks with surreal beauty and tranquility.


1

Ahnapee State Park Trail

Wisconsin

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2

Hop River State Park Trail

Connecticut

Photo by TrailLink user mscarpa

3

Centennial Trail State Park

Washington

Photo by TrailLink user missbagpiper76

4

Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park Trail

New Jersey

Photo by TrailLink user jackbayd

5

Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail State Park

Utah

Photo by TrailLink user dra.beatrizfreitas

6

Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail

Washington

Photo by TrailLink user scfroehlich

7

Katy Trail State Park

Missouri

Photo by TrailLink user RTC

8

Oil Creek State Park Trail

Pennsylvania

Photo by TrailLink user vicki1960

9

Cape Henlopen State Park Bike Loop

Delaware

Photo by TrailLink user scarpm

10

Lakelands Trail State Park

Michigan

Photo by TrailLink user martykids5

11

Flint Hills Trail State Park

Kansas

Photo by TrailLink user kerund

12

Moraine Hills State Park Trail

Illinois

Photo by TrailLink user akbross

13

Caprock Canyon State Park Trailway

Texas

Photo by TrailLink user patlox

14

Air Line State Park Trail

Connecticut

Photo by TrailLink user 23rock

15

New River Trail State Park

Virginia

Photo by TrailLink user tombilcze

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