Bike Trails Near Our Communities
It’s the perfect time of year to get outside and enjoy the sunshine — and what better way to do it than to go on a bike ride? All the cities our communities are in offer great multi-use paths that are perfect for biking. So grab a bike, a helmet , and a friend (or go solo!) and check out one of the many great trails near you.
Fargo-Moorhead-West Fargo Bike Trails
The Fargo-Moorhead-West Fargo area offers many bike paths that can be accessed from a majority of our communities. Biking along the Red River and Sheyenne River is the best way to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. If mountain biking is your preference or if you want to try something new, then be sure to check out Iwen Park, MB Johnson Park, or Gooseberry for a fun adventure! See the map.
Mandan Bike Trails
All our Mandan communities have quick and easy access to the Old Red Trail as well as the Lewis and Clark Trail. Other trails to check out include the Sunset Park Trail and the Missouri Valley Millennium Legacy Trail. See the map.
Minot Bike Trails
Minot has trails across the city that will bring you to various parks and points of interest including trails along the river. For mountain biking, check out the Bison Plant Trail, which is 3.1 miles long and has a nice stretch along the Souris River. See the map.
Jamestown Bike Trails
Whatever length of trail you are looking for, Jamestown offers something for you with anything for ¼ mile to 10 miles or more. See the complete list.
Williston Bike Trails
The city of Williston offers trails across the city with plans to add more. Our Williston communities have easy access to the existing trails. See the map.
Watford City Bike Trails
Watford City offers a multiuse path that is 2.4 miles
long that starts behind the Children’s Play Park on Main Street at Centennial Park.
The area also has several mountain biking options including the Bennet Creek Trail, Magpie Trail, and the Long X Loop.
No matter where you live, there are trails near you. Be sure to follow the rules of the road and wear a helmet. Do you have a favorite biking trail? Share it with us by visiting our Facebook