09 Mar, 2023


What Are The Best Recreational Trails In The USA?

By FactsWow Team

Chuck Huckelberry Loop (Tucson)

A 130-mile-long paved trail and bike lanes connect Huckleberry Lake to the lake. Many types of users can enjoy the trails, including cyclists, pedestrians, equestrians, and skateboarders.

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Virginia Creeper Trail (Virginia And North Carolina)

The rail-to-trail path goes through the iron mountains and follows the path of a historic steam engine. Hikers and cyclists like to explore this path.

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Roy Butler Hike And Bike Trail And Ann (Austin)

Located in the middle of Austin, this 10-mile hiking and biking trail runs along the banks of Lady Bird Lake.

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Swamp Rabbit Trail (Greenville, South Carolina)

A trail along the Reedy River in South Carolina named after a railroad in the state named after a type of rabbit.

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Ke Ala Hele Makalae (Kauai, Hawaii)

You may rent bicycles from Kapaa town along this paved trail that covers 8 miles along Kauai's royal coconut coast.

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Buffalo Bayou (Houston)

Through the Allen Parkway and Memorial Drive, multi-level walkways lead into Buffalo Bayou Park, providing access to several smaller parks and attractions.

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Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail (Sacramento)

There are many outdoor recreation opportunities and daily commuting routes on the Jedediah Smith Memorial Trial in Sacramento.

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C&O Canal Towpath (Washington, DC, And Maryland)

There are 184.5 miles of dirt and stone trails on the C&O Canal Towpath. The trail is ideal for walking, running, and bicycling between Georgetown and Annapolis.

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Great Allegheny Passage (Maryland And Pennsylvania)

A trail network of more than 150 miles connects Pittsburgh and Cumberland, Maryland, along the Great Allegheny Passage.

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Katy Trail (Missouri)

At Katy Trail State Park, you can see and do a lot, including the country's longest Rail-to-Trails conversion project. This is a great place to get out and enjoy the outdoors, running, walking, and biking.

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