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Omaha Trails

Did you know that Omaha has over 120 miles of paved trails for walking, running, or biking?


Whether you’re training for a marathon or love riding your bike during the breezy spring and summer months, there is a trail for you to enjoy throughout the metro! A map of the metro area trails titled Paths of Discovery is available online and in hard copy form at community centers, libraries, bike shops, and other establishments around the city so that you can plan your next excursion. A listing and short description of some of the trails are listed below, so grab your running shoes and some friends and get exploring this summer!

WEST PAPIO TRAIL - OMAHA The 13.24 miles of the West Papio Trail Omaha winds from the Flanagan Lake down to Pacific Meadows Park WEST PAPIO TRAIL - PAPILLION The Papillion stretch of the West Papio Trail runs 5.5 miles from Lincoln and Laredo Roads southeast to 36th Street in Bellevue 144TH STREET TRAIL This 8.46-mile trail begins north of Fort Street along the east side of 144th to West Dodge Road, to the west side of 144th to Giles Road. BIG PAPIO TRAIL The trail begins on the west side of Hefflinger Park and continues south into Seymour L. Smith Park, with a total of 9.88 miles. MILITARY ROAD TRAIL 2.07 miles of trail from 120th St. to 108th St to I-80 to Military Road to Ida Street.

KEYSTONE/BELLEVUE LOOP TRAILS Begins at 87th Street and Templeton Drive, eventually connecting to Glenn Cunningham Lake with a stretch of 24.12 miles. SOUTH OMAHA TRAIL Connects the Keystone Trail in the west at Karen Park to the southern terminus of the Field Club Trail at S. 35th and Vinton Streets in the east. FIELD CLUB TRAIL The Field Club Trail is a 1.72-mile inner-city trail beginning at 38th and Leavenworth Streets. BOULEVARD TRAIL Runs 3.05 miles from 67th & Pacific, North to 50th & Happy Hollow Blvd. OMAHA RIVERFRONT TRAIL Runs 18.92 miles from Boyer Chute in Fort Calhoun, South to South Omaha Bridge Road.

You can view more information like current trail conditions and future proposed trails on the City of Omaha website!


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