Explore the most popular dogs on leash trails in North Dakota with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

1 day ago

Great views and access to the Mighty Red River of the North. I enjoy the path for the access it gives to serenity close to GF/EGF. The Greenway is great for walks, bike rides, access to unlimited fishing spots, runs, picnic spots, hammock chill time and many more things I'm sure I missed. Within the last few years, there has been a company that rents out canoes/kayaks out of the Lincoln Park boat landing parking lot so hit that up to really enjoy the river. Frolfing at Lincoln Park is good as well.

Went on Fort Lincoln’s Mother’s Day Hike. North Dakota can be pretty sometimes.

NOT A TRAIL!!!! This is a wide sidewalk through the center of town and crowded with people. You’ll be lucky if you get a little dirt on your shoes.

3 months ago

Nice and easy

Great place to hike for a few hours. Well maintained with a few small senic views here and there. No real chance to go out and get lost though if that's what you are looking for.

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Nice walk, sometimes a little narrow-but good trails.

Someone should update the map, it starts down in Amidon, 144 miles long total for the whole.

on Bison Plant Trail

10 months ago

Easy trail. Was very busy.

We did this hike today. Had a great time! We even saw a deer. Definitely gna go there again!

Thursday, February 09, 2017

Nice, easy trail with a few small inclines. The mosquitoes can be unrelenting however so if you go when they're out, make sure you bring lots of bug spray and be ready to reapply frequently. Overall though, especially considering the area, it's a nice little park.

road biking
Thursday, February 09, 2017

The Grand Forks Greenway really makes the city more livable. You can spend part of a day biking it, or if hiking is more your thing, there are several unpaved trails to explore a bit closer to the river. All of the trails are entirely within the flood walls, so it's pretty much a 10ish mile long park winding along the river with nice wide trails on either side. Also, it's rarely crowded which makes it perfect for biking.

Friday, November 18, 2016

Great trail that is marked very well with lots of scenery. Didn't hike much of it but what I did I really enjoyed. I'll be going back for more that's for sure.

Saturday, August 27, 2016

pros: pretty area, beautiful foliage, great trails - looking forward to cross country skiing this winter
cons: you can hear the highway, dogs must be leashed, MOSQUITOES - worth waiting until it gets too cold for them

Monday, May 30, 2016

great views, easy stroll, many places to camp along the way.

For being at the heart of the city, this little gem offers a subtle protection from the bustling industry of the area.

mountain biking
Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Mountain biked part of this trail in 2005, then hiked other sections in 2007 or so. When raining the clayey, gumbo soil can be difficult to ride in. During dry weather, (or when the ground is frozen), it is easy riding and walking. Very hot and dry in the summer, so be prepared. It is the best marked trail I have ever been on, with two green wooden posts visible at most locations on the trail.

Friday, August 14, 2015

Nice trail with a few inclines. Need bug spray. Most of the trail is shaded by wood cover. $5 parking fee.

Tuesday, June 09, 2015

I have not quite completed this trail in its entirety quite yet, but I will. I have sweated many hours hiking this trail, camping along this trail and experiencing blisters and being coated in thick mud. I love this trail. I hope to finish it soon, as I cannot find people many people to do a more than 1 day hike. But be careful when it rains, the ground becomes very slick and could be very hazardous to your well being.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

I tried to hike this trail in the late Spring and was surprised at how poorly it was kept up. Several sections had been taken out by landslides or completely overgrown. On the whole, the countryside and rustic appeal of the canyons and rock formations was enough to offset the sometimes very rough hiking. Caution to those who attempt this trail when it rains: The mud on these rocks is like glue mixed with cement.

mountain biking
Sunday, September 07, 2014

It gets five stars because it is the only decent single track you can ride in the County. Convenient if you're on the AFB too.

mountain biking
Wednesday, October 02, 2013

Really unique place to Mt. Bike. Probably the top of my list. Only did about 10 miles, but need to go back someday and do the whole thing.

Sunday, July 29, 2012

The trail is paved and perfect for road biking/walking. Offers some great views of the Red River. Since Grand Forks/EGF has put together such an extensive bike path system I have to give it a 4 star. Despite the lack of "outdoor" stuff to do, the path offers so much in terms of getting out and seeing what the Red River Valley has to offer.

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