Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Shakopee area


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

Shakopee, Minnesota map area

Shakopee, Minnesota

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Canterbury Road Multi-Use Path

County Road 101 Multi-Use Path

Deans Lake Area Trail

Eagle Creek Boulevard Multi-use Path

Huber Park Trails

Lions Park Trail

Memorial Park Trails

Minnesota Valley State Trail

Scott West Regional Trail

Southbridge Community Park Trail

Tahpah Park Trail

Vierling Drive Multi-Use Path



Eden Prairie



Minneapolis Metro

St. Paul

Regional Trails

Shakopee is located in the southwestern portion of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area. Nearby cities include Bloomington, Eden Prairie, Chaska, Savage and Prior Lake.

Shakopee has a number of multi-use recreational trails that follow alongside the major roadways or wander through parks and residential neighborhoods. There are also a number of regional recreational trails that pass through this area.

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 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.

Scott West Regional Trail

The Scott West Regional Trail is a paved pathway that has been completed in several separate sections. The completed trail will span between the Minnesota River Bluffs Regional Trail to the north of Shakopee to Cleary Lake Regional Park near the community of Prior Lake.

Currently there are two completed sections of the Scott West Regional Trail in Shakopee. One 1.2-mile long section crosses the Minnesota River and heads north as far as Flying Cloud Drive. From this location, trail users can connect to the Minnesota River Bluffs Regional Trail by using Flying Cloud Drive to Great Plains Boulevard. The other section of the Scott West Regional Trail follows alongside Spencer Street for 1.5 miles.

County Road 101 Multi-Use Path

The County Road 101 Multi-Use Path is a 6.2-mile long paved pathway that follows alongside the roadway from Memorial Park in Shakopee to Crest Avenue in Bloomington.

Deans Lake Area Trail

Deans Lake is located on the east side of Shakopee, just south of U. S. Highway 169. This area has over 1.5 miles of paved pathways that meander through the westlands and natural areas adjacent to Deans Lake.


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