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Rum River Regional Trail is a 6.2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Anoka, Minnesota that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking and trail running and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 6.2 mi Elevation gain 170 ft Route type Out & Back

Dogs on leash

Wheelchair friendly

Kid friendly

Stroller friendly

Walking

Running

Forest

Paved

River

Views

City walk

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Holly Fritz
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Hiking

It’s a great quick ride!

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Holly Fritz
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HikingOff trailRocky

Great ride if you grab some of the off trail paths- but beware they are rocky and not paved. Also without the map I was off course quite a bit following another trail by sheer accident and luck. But overall great and easy ride.

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Jenna Ness
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This trail is alright. It has beautiful parts but also goes through a lot of city scenery. I prefer more of a hike vs. a paved walk near cars and a city. But this is still a nice walk if you need a quick getaway.

Cam Kuntz
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Walking
Becci Foley
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WalkingBugs

This is a great trail. It's best to use it in the Spring or Fall because the bugs get bad. People use it for horse riding too, so that adds some more fun scenery.

Allison Fields
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Walking

I really enjoyed this trail, great scenery and peaceful. I don’t know if this was just a coincidence or if it happens all the time but I encountered several bikers and people with dogs that lacked common courtesy. Many bikers did not yell “on your left” or warn me in any way as they came up behind me and nearly knocked me over. Also came across two people with dogs not on a leash and the dogs came charging directly at me and my dog! Again, I don’t know if this is typical, but definitely got the impression that the people who frequent this trail think they own it and don’t have to show any respect to others who use it. Disappointing.

Tola Isola
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Running
Ryan Atkinson
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Backpacking

Easy trail. Trail is 100% paved now. Based on posted pics wasn't what I expected, but still enjoyed the walk. Also this is a in and back trail not a loop

Erik Rinke
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Does not belong on All Trails. This is a paved walk, that can best be described as a museum to run-down parts of Anoka.

Perry Nixon
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Amanda Hardimon
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familly friendly trail, the children loved it, but it does not loop, I got a bit confused when the trail suddenly stopped, then realized you have to walk in the street to hey back on. Beautiful, peaceful, kid and animal friendly. I enjoyed it.

Kristine Wicken
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I'm not sure why it says "loop." There is no loop. You walk down the trail and then walk back. Also, part of the trail goes through the city, which is actually fun. But, the trail stops with no direction. You have to walk along the street (which has no path) and then get back on trail. I liked it though. Be sure to stop at 10K Brewing on Main Street when your done hiking.

Charles Charles Carson
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First to Review

nice paved trail for walking or biking. further north past bunker blvd is a trail great for if you want to get off the paved trail..

megan wrzosek
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Dean Feldhausen
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RANDALL FREIER
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Randy Epperly
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Bike touring
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Dean Feldhausen
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Hiking
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Alicia Bailey
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Roman J.
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Hiking
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Bridgette Gergen
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Alicia Bailey
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Charles Sila
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Road biking
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Maribel Zhicay-Lazo
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kayla chesness
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Mindy Engen
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Mindy Engen
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Mindy Engen
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Roman J.
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