Wilderness Trail (MN)


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Wilderness Trail (MN) Facts

States: Minnesota
Counties: Anoka
Length: 1.3 miles
Trail end points: 121st Avenue and Prairie Oaks Trail
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 12003568


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Wilderness Trail (MN) Description

The Wilderness Trail is located along an active BNSF railway line in Coon Rapids, Minnesota. The trail connects users to the Bunker Hills Regional Park on the north side, while it meets the Sand Creek Trail at 121st Street. That trail ultimately connects to the Coon Creek Regional Trail, which leads to the Coon Rapids Dam on the Mississippi River.

The trail begins on 121st Street, tracing the east edge of Wilderness Park. It starts close to the railroad tracks, but meanders away and under Main Street, before winding its way to the Prairie Oaks Trail leading into Bunker Hills Regional Park. The trail is flat and paved, not especially scenic, but suitable for a relaxed walk or ride.

Parking and Trail Access

There is no dedicated parking for this trail.


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