Bryant Lake Regional Park Trail


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Bryant Lake Regional Park Trail Facts

States: Minnesota
Counties: Hennepin
Length: 3.6 miles
Trail end points: State Route 62 and Bryant Lake Drive
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 10523275

Bryant Lake Regional Park Trail Description

Located in the Minneapolis suburb of Eden Prairie, Bryant Lake Regional Park offers 2.2 miles of immaculate paved trail cutting a swathe through grassy fields, shady woodlands and wetlands. The trail runs between I-62 and Bryant Lake Drive with a branch looping close to the lake. The trail’s northern end is about 1.5 miles south of the Minnesota River Bluffs LRT Regional Trail, but you can make the connection by taking the gravel and asphalt pathway north to Rowland Road, and then taking the sidepath along Rowland up to where it meets the longer trail.

Parking and Trail Access

Bryant Lake Regional Park is located at 6800 Rowland Rd, Eden Prairie. The parking is in the northern part of the park, near the dog park.  Dogs are also allowed on the trail. There’s also 0.8 miles of unpaved trails within the park.

Bryant Lake Regional Park Trail Reviews

Loops from Bryant Lake to Lone Lake Parks

This is not a destination trail, but does loop between the two parks and go under highway 62. It’s mostly gravel north of 62 and paved south of it and the part in Lone Lake park is very hilly. It also goes past the Lone Lake mountain bike loops if you’re looking for more adventure.

Not Bicycle Friendly

Regular bike or eBike it doesn’t matter these few trails are partial gravel & paved but many areas are in need of repair and a few flooded and impassable. I bike at least 60-100 miles a week and this has been the least enjoyable trail of 2020. Do not bring yourself or your kids past the Y with the garbage can as steep hills, washed out and heaved trails. A complete let down. I doubt I will ever return

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