Trails and Maps
The city of Grand Forks contains over 20 miles of trails for biking, walking, running, cross country skiing and more.
Bike Trails and Maps
Content and Maps coming soon!
Cross Country Skiing Trails and Map
Cross-Country Ski Trails start near the parking lot in Lincoln Drive Park. There has to be at least 4-6 inches of snow for the Park District to groom the trails. More information Click Here.
Fitness Trail - 10K Route and Map
The Fitness Trail is just one part of a city bike trail that wanders along the Greenway and throughout the city of Grand Forks. It s intended to give people of all ages the opportunity to exercise on a designated trail that is accurately marked for direction and distance. Walkers, runners, rollerbladers, skateboarders and bike riders are encouraged to enjoy the scenic trail as it leads through several Grand Cities neighborhoods and the University of North Dakota. (Map available at the Convention Visitors Bureau website.)
Snowmobile Trails and Maps
The Grand Forks Park District does not maintain any trails for snowmobiles, however given our winter culture in North Dakota, we've provided a link to the Snowmobile North Dakota site. www.snowmobilend.org
The Grand Forkd Greenway consists of 2,200 acres following the Red River and the Red Lake Rivers. Offering numerous outdoor recreation oppotunities the Greenway often coordinates with the Park District to promote festivals and other activities where space is shared. You can hike, walk, run, rollerblade, bike, bird, canoe, kayak, fish or golf, all in the heart of our two cities. See The Greenway website for more information and maps.