Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Chaska area


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Chaska, Minnesota

Chaska, Minnesota map area

Chaska, Minnesota

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Audubon Road Multi-Use Path

Bavaria Road Multi-Use Path

Chaska Neighborhood Trails

Chaska Open Space Trails

Engler Boulevard Multi-Use Path

Minnesota River Bluffs Regional Trail

Minnesota Valley State Trail

Pioneer Trail

Victoria Drive Multi-Use Path



Eden Prairie


Minneapolis Metro

St. Paul

Regional Trails

Chaska is located in the southwestern park of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area. The city sits to the north of the Minnesota River.

Chaska Open Space Trail System & Neighborhood Trails

Chaska has an expansive system of paved and unpaved pathways that wander through the open spaces, natural areas, residential neighborhoods and parks of this area. The tails wrap around McKnight Lake, Upper Lake Grace and Lake Grace. The trails go through the natural areas along the Minnesota River on the south side of Chaska.

Minnesota River Bluffs Regional Trail

The Minnesota River Bluffs Regional Trail is a 13-mile long unpaved pathway located in the southwest portion of the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area. The route of the trail spans from the northeast side of Chaska to 11th Avenue S and Excelsior Boulevard in Hopkins.

The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of-way and travels through rural areas of woodlands and farmland, past lakes and parks and through suburban neighborhoods. The northeast end of the trail meets up with the Cedar Lake LRT Regional Trail that heads into the heart of Minneapolis.

Read more about the Minnesota River Bluffs Regional Trail

Minnesota Valley State Trail

The Minnesota Valley State Trail is a 5.6-mile paved and unpaved pathway that spans between Chaska and the east side of Shakopee. The western end of the trail is located on the south side of the Minnesota River along Chestnut Boulevard. The condition of the trail varies from graded surface of compacted crushed stone, to asphalt pavement to a natural surface.

The westerly 2-miles of the Minnesota Valley State Trail travels through the natural areas alongside the Minnesota River. The easterly 3.7 miles of the trail wraps around the north side of Shakopee. The eastern end of the Minnesota Valley State Trail is located in a natural area to the north of Shakopee.


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