Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Dayton, Champlin, Anoka, Andover, Ramsey and Coon Rapids area


Recreational trails for walking and cycling in Dayton and Champlin, Minnesota

Dayton, Champlin, Anoka & Coon Rapids Minnesota map area

Dayton, Champlin, Anoka & Coon Rapids Minnesota

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Boundary Creek Park Trail

Bunker Hills Regional Park Trail

Bunker Lake Boulevard Multi-Use Path

Coon Creek Park Trail

Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park Trail

Coon Rapids Boulevard Trail

Cottonwood Park Trail

Crosstown Boulevard Multi-Use Path

Crystal Lake Regional Trail

Elm Creek Park Reserve Trail

Hoover School Park Trail

Lake Itasca Trail

Pheasant Ridge Park Trail

Rum River Regional Trail

Sand Creek Trail

The Draw

West River Road Bike Path

West River Road Bike Path


Arden Hills


Brooklyn Park

Minneapolis Metro

St. Paul

Regional Trails

The cities of Dayton, Champlin, Coon Rapids, Andover, Ramsey and Anoka are located in the northwestern portion of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area. The Mississippi River passes through this area, there are multiple lakes and creeks and other designated natural areas in this region.

Coon Creek Regional Trail / Sand Creek Trail

The Coon Creek Regional Trail and Sand Creek Trail are a 6-mile long paved pathway system located between Highway 10 and Main Street NW in Coon Rapids. The trails meander through the natural areas adjacent to the creek and go past residential neighborhoods and is located away from traffic and congestion. The trails are part of the Anoka County Parks & Recreation network of recreational trails.

The Coon Creek Regional Trail and Sand Creek Trail system goes through Al Flynn Park, Robinson Park, Erlandson Park and Lions Coon Creek Park.

Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park Trails

Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park is a 446-acre park located along both banks of the Mississippi River to the southwest of Coon Rapids and east of Brooklyn Park. The park has over 4 miles of paved pathways for walking and bike riding. There are also unpaved trails through the natural areas. The trails include a pathway across the Mississippi River on top of the dam.

The west side of the park allows a connection to the Rush Creek Regional Trail that heads west to the Elm Creek Park Preserve.

Bunker Hills Regional Park Trails

Bunker Hills Regional Park is a 1,600 acre natural area located to the northeast of Coon Rapids. The park has over 6 miles of paved and unpaved walking paths for exploring the area on foot or by bike. The park also has a beach, golf course, dog park, horseback riding, playgrounds and picnic facilities. A fee is required for parking within the park.

Rum River Regional Trail

The Rum River Regional Trail is currently a 5.5-mile long paved pathway located in Anoka. The trail exists in two separate sections. The south section is adjacent to the downtown area of Anoka. The northern section passes residential neighborhoods and ends just north of Anoka High School.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails for bike riding, running and walking in Dayton, Champlin, Coon Rapids, Andover and Anoka, Minnesota.