Shingle Creek Regional Trail
The Shingle Creek Regional Trail begins at its connection with the Rush Creek Regional Trail in Brooklyn Park and heads south through Brooklyn Center, where it connects to the Shingle Creek Parkway and trails in Minneapolis. The trail traverses parks and wetlands through most of Brooklyn Center and provides access to Brooklyn Center City Hall/Community Center, the Brookdale Library, and nearby businesses.
8.42 miles | Paved
Periodic Trail Closures Aug. 31-Oct. 4
A trail resurfacing project on portions of the Shingle Creek Regional Trail in Brooklyn Park and Brooklyn Center will begin Monday, August 31 and will last through October 4 (weather permitting).
Certain segments of the trail system will be closed during the trail resurfacing process. See map for segments and corresponding dates that the trail will be closed. The trail will reopen for the weekend by Friday at the earliest possible time for normal trail usage.
Interactive Map of Shingle Creek Regional Trail
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Three Rivers Park District does not maintain regional trails in the winter. Cities along each trail have the option to maintain the trail for winter activities.
Shingle Creek Regional Trail is plowed during winter months. See more information regarding winter maintenance on Three Rivers regional trails.
Things to do
Biking in Three Rivers is a great way to get the whole family outside. Whether you’re the casual rider or a cyclist in training, you’ll appreciate more than 240 miles of off-roadway bike/hike trails that wind through woodlands and grasslands and rim the shorelines of lakes and ponds at our parks.
Three Rivers offers abundant scenery for you and your dog to enjoy year round, with paved, turf, regional and skijoring/dog sledding trails that are dog-friendly. Dogs must be on a six-foot non-retractable leash unless in a designated dog off-leash area. Owners must pick-up after their dogs.
One of the best ways to explore year-round is to head out for a hike on the extensive trail system in Three Rivers. Trails wind through the woodland, grassland and wetland habitats of many species of wildlife. You’ll be amazed at what you might see along the way.