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Our Trails

More than 8 miles of paved and unpaved trails wind through Cambridge Parks's regional parks and park reserves, providing spectacular views of wetlands, woodlands, open prairie and old farm fields that are gradually receeding back to nature. In addition to these fine interior park trails, a vast network of regional trails connects many of the parks to each other and to neighborhood trails.

The City accepts donations towards the Cambridge-Isanti Bike/Walk Trail. For information, please contact the Public Works Department at 763-689-1800.

City of Cambridge Trails Map »

Cambridge-Isanti Bike/Walk Trail Map »

Rules and Regulations of the Cambridge-Isanti Bike/Walk Trail »

Walking is one of the most popular physical activities in the United States. Whatever your age, it's a safe, inexpensive, enjoyable way to stay physically active and improve your overall health and quality of life. Walk for health, weight loss, companionship, time alone, or to get to places you need to go - work, shopping or friend's homes.

Try walking one of Cambridge's 9 different "Loops".

Cross-Country Ski Trails
Ski trail photo

Cambridge Parks features 3+ miles of groomed trails at the Spirit River Nature Area. Trails are available for skiers of all skill levels, from beginners to experts.
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Paved Bike-Hike Trails
Path photoThese hard-surfaced trails are shared by bicyclists, hikers, runners, and roller-skaters/skiers. Some also are appropriate for wheelchairs and strollers (grades vary).
 

 

Mountain Biking Trails
There are 3+ miles of challenging trails for mountain bike enthusiasts at the Spirit River Nature Area. The Cambridge Cycling Club continually strives to better the trail system, while offering regular rides.
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Winter Activities
Snow photoCambridge Parks offer a variety of activities for the winter season. Our trails can be used for skijoring, dog sledding, snowshoeing and limited snowmobiling. We also offer a couple of sledding hills for the kids!

 


Safety Training Classes
For information about youth and adult snowmobile safety training and snowmobile safety certificate requirements, visit the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources website »

Sliding Hills
Remember the thrill of an afternoon outing at the local sliding hill?
Be a kid again at Cambridge Parks, where you can rekindle favorite winter memories at some of the best hills in town. Don't miss the large hill at City Park. Access the hill from Fifth Street Southwest.

Hours: 5 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Please Note: The sliding hills are not supervised. Children should be accompanied by an adult. Skis and snowboards are not allowed. Hills are not located near a park facility with restrooms and concessions.