More than 120 miles of bike trails are available throughout Eden Prairie.
Thirteen miles of nature trails for walking and hiking have been enhanced throughout Eden Prairie with boardwalks, bridges and stairs. Enjoy scenic views at these parks and conservation areas:
- Cardinal Creek [PDF]
- Richard T. Anderson [PDF], featuring the Elizabeth Fries Ellet Interpretive Trail
- Edenbrook [PDF]
- Lower Purgatory Creek [PDF]
- Riley Creek Trail [PDF]
Looking for a loop trail? Try these:
Lake Smetana [PDF]
- Mitchell Marsh [PDF]
- Purgatory Creek [PDF]
- Round Lake [PDF]
- Staring Lake [PDF]
- Rice Marsh Lake [PDF]
Check out the Eden Prairie Park Finder to find a complete list of Eden Prairie parks, hiking and biking trails.
The light rail transit (LRT) south corridor trail is owned by the Hennepin County Regional Authority
(HCRRA) and is maintained by the Three Rivers Park District. The trail is 5.5-miles long and passes diagonally through Eden Prairie. Following an abandoned railroad bed, this crushed limestone trail is ideal for biking, walking or running.
Visit threeriversparkdistrict.org or call 763-559-9000 for more information.