Recreational Trails Promotes:
- Fun for Youth
- Fitness for Adults
- Safe Travel Routes
All trails are open to the public at no charge! There is something for ALL ages!
Use the tabs below to navigate between all the different trails and their descriptions.
1,178 feet long, 6ft wide- Concrete
This trail runs from northwest entrance of Pawnee Park past VanBerg Golf Course to the entrance of Stires Lake and Wagners Lake residential areas.
1.3 miles long-9ft wide- Crushed Limestone
For biking, waling, and jogging, the Bob Lake Trail follows the southwest perimeter of Lake Babcock. A trailhead is located at the junction of the Bob Lake Trail and the Robert White Trail which is across the street from the east entrance of Central Community College.
130 feet long- 10ft wide-Footbridge
Castner's Crossing footbridge crosses the Loup Canal and connects the Two Lakes Trail and the Bob Lake Trail. A trailhead and information kiosk are located at the crossing.
1.5 Miles Long- 10 ft Wide- Concrete
The Monastery Trail runs parallel to 18th Avenue and connects the Wilderness Park Trail with the Robert White Trail.
2.0 Miles Long- 10 ft Wide- Concrete
This trail invites all ages to walk, jog, bike and Rollerblade along the winding path through the beautiful Pawnee Park along the Loup River.
1.5 Miles-9 ft Wide- Crushed Limestone
Great for biking, walking, and jogging; the Robert White trail follows the southern perimeter of Lake Babcock from Bob Lake Trail to 18th Avenue. There is free parking at the est and west ends of the trail.
1.1 Miles Long- 10ft Wide- Concrete
This trail runs from Sunset Park south along 41st Ave to 38th St, then east along the north side of 38th St to 33rd Ave. It continues north on the west side of 33rd Ave, past Columbus High School, toward Lost Creek Pathway where it will connect to Lost Creek Trail.
0.8 Miles-10ft Wide- Concrete
This trail runs parallel to 3rd Ave from 8th Street, up and over the railroad tracks on the viaduct and to 19th St.
1.3 Miles Long- 10 ft Wide- Concrete
This trail loops around Lake Esther east of Columbus Community Hospital and west of Columbus Wellness Center. Sunset trail connects to Discoverer Trail.
2.4 Miles Long, 8 Ft Wide, Concrete
This trail entertains recreational opportunities for bike riders, runners, walkers, Rollerblade, nature enthusiasts, bird watchers, and wheelchairs. The scenic trail starts at the trail-head on the north side of Lake North and runs along the north side of Two Lakes (North and Babcock) winding through the tree-lined Lake North Park, Loup Park and a wildlife refuge along 83rd Street between 18th Ave and 48th Ave.
1.5 Miles- 10 ft Wide-Concrete
All ages can walk, job, bike and Rollerblade on the trail around the perimeter of the Wilderness Park Soccer Complex. The Wilderness Park Trail connects with the Monastery Trail.