Explore the most popular city walk trails in United States with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

walking
9 hours ago

Easy and touristy!

Excellent inner city graveled walk/run option.

Relaxing walk thru the park. Gentle grades...very nice “citi-view” from the top of the 0.2 loop. LFG-PGRD

walking
2 days ago

Beautiful park that is a sparkling gem in Sioux City. The trail is very easy and there are lots of places where kids can climb on rocks.

Love this trail and the views

Very nice. Little trails all over. You could get lost. We went out and around to the river. Found great little spot to put our feet in.

great trail for biking....but that's all I'd recommend it for. too much bird poop to be on foot, and it's usually crowded.its pretty bring by the water though.

Very nice trail, although not as much lake as the photos suggest. Mostly forested, well marked, great hike for a hot day.

Fairly flat, beautiful views, best on a hybrid bike.

Birds, trees, invasive species,
Best spot in the southeast (Atlanta, at least)

Lots of people running and walking. Dogs on short leash only.

Very nice trail. Easy and with lots of shade in between!

walking
4 days ago

Great city walk. We followed the map and never stepped off concrete. The bridges were fun and gave you something to count and look forward to along the way. It was a full 6 miles plus. Fairly flat for the most part, I’d consider this an easy walk other than the distance.

Short easy trail for a walk along the Deschutes River. Recommend early morning or evening. Can get hot, very little shade.

Nice quick recreational area. Connects to Durant greenway trail. Good for weekend bikers and family walks

go early or late evening, can get warm
very little shade.

road biking
5 days ago

Great trail! I haven't been riding for that long, so this is a great trail to improve skills and build confidence.

road biking
5 days ago

Bruce Freeman rail trail is now expanded into Acton. The description should be updated to inform walkers and cyclists the features of the full rail trail. The new section called Phase 2 begins in Westford at Rt. 27. The new section includes Westford, Carlisle and Acton. The new section has mile markers and I believe better warning lights at the crossings. There is a bridge that crosses Rt. 2. Many beautiful upgrades to the new section which is all paved as is the first phase. Many benches. There is a winding section that is pretty fun to ride on that is parallel to some businesses. There is a beautiful engraved granite marker pointing you to which direction to continue with miles listed to the towns on the rail trail. At this marker, the rail trail turns toward Acton or you can ride into a park.

walking
6 days ago

Its a pretty walk along parts of the beach

Pretty nice trail. Plenty of hikers, runners, and bikers. Definitely dog friendly. It’s woodsy enough to feel like you’re in the woods and not worrying about getting lost cuz you’re literally in someone’s backyard.

The best hike to see all the Memorials and White House. Very easy, gets rather crowded at times. If you go during summer bring water and keep children/pets hydrated. Take your time, it's an enjoyable way to visit our Nation's History.

Arch and homeless. That's all I have to say. If you want drugs, take this trail. Also, there is a big curved Arch.

on La Mirada Creek Park Loop

6 days ago

Great, we live very close to this park, would not call it a hike. It is a concrete path. We walk our dog here every morning for a about 30 min (you can do 2 loops)

Great overlook of the river.

Nice paved trail. Once you leave the park, there is little shade, so plan accordingly.

Beautiful but a little noisy along the road

Nice even, easy black path. Great for bike riding with little ones. It was a great trail to teach my daughter how to ride and stay out of the way of others. Access to the creek, makes for a lot of fun. Wear bug spray if you go to the creek!

I’ll bring some more stuff with y’all for la

Kinda sketch

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