Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Burnsville and Savage area


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Burnsville & Savage, Minnesota

Burnsville and Savage, Minnesota map area

Burnsville and Savage, Minnesota

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Alimagnet Lake Park Trail

Canterbury Park Trail

County Road 101 Trail

Crystal Lake West Park Trail

Early Lake Trail

Hidden Valley Park Trail

Long Meadow Lake Trail

Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge Trail

North River Hills Park Trail

O'Connell Park Trail

Red Oak Park Trail

Rudy Kraemer Nature Preserve Trail

Savage Community Park Trail

Sunset Pond Park Trail

Utecht Pond Park Trail


Minneapolis Metro




Apple Valley


Regional Trails

The cities of Burnsville and Savage are located to the southwest of Minneapolis. These two cities are situated to the south of the Minnesota River and have numerous lakes, ponds and natural areas. Burnsville is located in Dakota County and Savage is located in Scott County.

Burnsville and Savage have a network of recreational trails. There are paved multi-use pathways located along many of the major roadways, paved and unpaved paths in the local parks and natural areas and paved pathways that wander through the residential neighborhoods.

County Road 101 Multi-Use Path

The County Road 101 Multi-Use Path is a 6.2-mile long paved pathway with a portion located in the northwest corner of Savage. The trail heads to the west alongside County Road 101 to the center of the community of Shakopee.

Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Area Trail

The Minnesota National Wildlife Area is located along the Minnesota River on the north side of Burnsville. There is a 3-mile long paved pathway that follows alongside Interstate 35W then heads east along the north side of Blackdog Lake and the south side of the Minnesota River.

Sunset Pond Trail

Sunset Pond is located to the north of Burnsville Parkway on the western edge of Burnsville. There is a 1.5-mile long paved pathway around the pond with access paths heading into the adjacent residential neighborhoods.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails in Burnsville and Savage, Minnesota.