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This paved, multiuse trail stretches more than 5 miles around the northern edge of the City of Mora. The route mostly runs through fields and woodlands with the occasional stretch of trail passing through a busier part of Mora. Connecting multiple parks and recreational spaces around the city, the trail will eventually be extended to form a loop. The wide, smooth trail is navigable for families with strollers and those using mobility aids. With its scenic views of the surrounding landscape and easy access to various attractions along the route, this trail is an enjoyable experience for everyone.
From its western endpoint at the dead end of Fair Ave, the trail heads north past the Kanabec History Center (805 Forest Ave W) and the Mora Dog Park (718 Forest Ave W). Continuing north, the route passes within a block of Mora Lake and Library Park (200-298 County Rd 6). Located next to the city's public library, the park has a playground, a basketball court, a sand volleyball court, tennis courts, picnic shelters and a gazebo.
The trail turns east at Jaycee’s Park (2093 Grove St), which has softball fields and a playground. As the trail curves through Keystone Park and around Spring Lake, enjoy scenic views of the water and surrounding landscape. The park has picnic area, which is a great spot to take a break and have a snack. Turning south, the trail passes by the Mora Municipal Airport to arrive at its eastern endpoint on Maple Ave E.
In addition to a museum, a reference library, and a farm machinery exhibit, the Kanabec History Center provides parking for the trail, a covered picnic area, and access to hiking and skiing trails that run along the river.
Parking is available at the Kanabec History Center (805 Forest Ave W), Mora Dog Park (718 Forest Ave W), Library Park (200-298 County Rd 6), Jaycee’s Park (2093 Grove St), and Keystone Park (off N Industrial Rd).
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