Did you know that Omaha has over 120 miles of paved trails for walking, running, or biking?
I'm doing my first triathlon this summer which means I've been running and biking a lot more lately! It's been the perfect excuse to explore more trails around the city and I've been really surprised how good the trail system is here. Below are all the trails in the city, and many of these also connect to trails outside of Omaha!
WEST PAPIO TRAIL
Runs 13.25 miles from Bellevue, around Zorinsky Lake in Millard, and continues to Flanagan Lake on 168th and Fort.
144TH ST TRAIL
Runs 8.46 miles from Standing Bear Lake on 144th and Fort, south to 144th and Cornhusker.
BIG PAPIO TRAIL
Runs 9.88 miles from 120th and Blondo, south to Seymour Smith Park in Ralston where it connects to the Keystone trail.
MILITARY ROAD TRAIL
Runs 2.07 miles from 120th & Military, East to 90th and Military.
SORENSEN PARKWAY TRAIL
Runs 4.81 miles from 72nd & Irvington Road, East to 42nd and Fontenelle Blvd.
KEYSTONE/BELLEVUE LOOP TRAIL
Runs 24.12 miles from Democracy Park at 87th & Fort, South to Hayworth Park in Bellevue.
Runs 3.05 miles from 67th & Pacific, North to 50th & Happy Hollow Blvd.
SOUTH OMAHA TRAIL
Runs 3.72 miles from Karen Park at 63rd & 'H', East to the Field Club Trailhead on Vinton Street.
FIELD CLUB TRAIL
Runs 1.72 miles from 40th & Leavenworth, South to 35th & Vinton.
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!