Antelope Valley Trail

Nebraska

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Antelope Valley Trail Facts

States: Nebraska
Counties: Lancaster
Length: 2.1 miles
Trail end points: N. Antelope Valley Parkway, just north of Military Road and S. 24th St. and J St.
Trail surfaces: Concrete
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 6569680

Antelope Valley Trail Description

The Antelope Valley Trail runs roughly north-south through downtown Lincoln with the University of Nebraska on one end and Lincoln High School at the other. The paved pathway begins near the Bob Devaney Center, a sprawling athletic complex and sports arena home to the Cornhuskers basketball, gymnastics, track and swimming teams. Mid-way along the route is Union Park Plaza, an urban park with impressive water features, artwork and an outdoor amphitheater, as well as Trago Park with its family-friendly playground and sprayground.

The trail directly links to the John Dietrich Bikeway, MoPac Trail and Rock Island Trail.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking is available at Trago Park at the intersection of N. 22nd Street and U Street and at the Lewis Ballfields on Capitol Parkway and J Street.

Antelope Valley Trail Reviews

Outstanding!

Very nice space. We are so lucky to have this in Lincoln

Excellent trail. The park along the creek is beautiful. After the bike ride, I took the family to the park and let the kids play.

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