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Happy Trails
to you!

250 N. 21st Street

The Jayne Snyder Trails Center is located adjacent to
the Billy Wolf / Antelope Valley Trail and in Union Plaza.
It was built with donations from the Great Plains Trails
Network and serves as a place to gather for trail users,
public gatherings, meetings, receptions, festivals, and
related uses.
For rental information, visit

Built in 1978, this was Lincoln's first trail stretching from
Holmes Lake Park to Lincoln's downtown. The trail now
follows Antelope Creek from the Devaney Sports Center
and University of Nebraska on the north to 91st and
Highway2 on the south for a total of 8.5 miles. This trail
connects Jayne Snyder Trails Center and Union Plaza
near 21st and "Q" streets, Antelope Park filled with
ballfields, picnic shelters, playgrounds and Ager Junior
Golf Course. The trail also parallels Holmes Lake Park
and Golf Course near 70th and Capital Parkway.


It connects with Van Dorn Park near 9th and Van Dorn,
Salt Creek Levee and Jamaica North Trail near First
and Van Dorn, Wilderness Park near this same location
and travels through Bison Park where it connects with
Pioneers Park on the west.
This trail will eventually provide a connection to the
Haines Branch on Prairie Corridor, a project that is
developing a greenway/prairie corridor from Pioneers
Park to Denton and Spring Creek Prairie Audubon


Constructed in 1985 this trail is the result of the NE
Radial Reuse Project. It extends from 22nd & Holdrege
to 48th & Fremont Streets. This trail connects with the
Billy Wolff Trail near 17th and Holdrege and proceeds
northeasterly to where it connects with the Murdock
trail near 48th and Fremont. This trail provides a
connection between the downtown UNL Campus and
East Campus. It also goes through Lintel and Fleming
Fields Recreational Sports Park and Upco Park.

No bike? No problem! Use BikeLNK!
BikeLNK is an automated self-service bicycle rental
program for short trips. The system is comprised of more
than 100 bicycles, a mix of traditional pedal and e-bike
pedal assist, located mainly within the Downtown
Lincoln area and on all 3 UNL Campuses.
Memberships are required to ride BikeLNK and come in
a variety of pass types for ease of use, from short term
24 hours of unlimited hour long trips access passes to
365 days with the annual access passes. To use BikeLNK,
visit one of the 20+ stations and use the self serve kiosk
or download the BCycle app to access a bike, anytime!
Learn more at

Named after Mayor Helen Boosalis, it was built as
part of a federal highway project in 1980. The trail
extends from 17th & Burnham to Old Cheney &
Hwy 2. This trail provides connections to the Rock
Island and Old Cheney Trails.


Located on the abandoned Union Pacific Corridor this
trail connects the downtown Haymarket / Pinnacle
Bank Arena area with rural Nebraska south of Lincoln.
The trail proceeds south through Wilderness Park and
then south across Saltillo Road where it becomes the
Homestead trail which extends to Beatrice. This trail will
eventually continue south of Beatrice in to Kansas.

Lincoln Parks & Recreation •

© Tom Tidball Photography



Following the abandoned Missouri Pacific Railroad
corridor, the trail begins at the University of Nebraska
Campus near 19th and Vine Street, and then proceeds
east through Lincoln to 84th Street and the Novartis
Trailhead then continues 25 miles to Wabash. The trail
passes through Peter Pan Park, McAdams Park, and
provides a connection to Bethany Park.


Constructed on former Rock Island right of way, this trail
connects with the Dietrich Trail at 48th and Fremont
and extends east to 112th streets. The Murdock Trail
connects with Mahoney Park and continues east over
Stevens Creek to 112th.


Constructed on right of way purchased in 1985,
this trail connects the Children's Zoo along Capitol
Parkway with Densmore Park south of 14th & Old
Cheney. It travels through Antelope Park, Bishop
Heights Park, Peterson Park and provides a connection
to Tierra Park. It also connects to the Billy Wolff Trail on
the north, Boosalis and Tierra/ Williamsburg Trails near
Highway 2 and Densmore Park west of south 14th.


This trail follows Salt Creek and the levee that was
constructed to protect Lincoln from flooding. It
connects with the Jamaica North Trail on the south and
Oak Lake Trail and Haymarket Ballpark and Pinnacle Ban
Arena on the north.


Connecting with the Rock Island Trail, the Tierra/
Williamsburg trail connects with the South Pointe
Trail and Pine Lake Trails that go west along Pine Lake
to Densmore Park. The Tierra/Williamsburg Trail will
eventually provide a future connection to the Yankee
Hill Trail and eventually to the south Beltway.

Pioneers Park offers a 2.6 mile riding experience with
a variety of wide views of park space to shaded forest
riding. Horses are not allowed past the arches at the
Pioneers Park Nature Center on the far west of the park.
Ride through the wooded trails in Wilderness Park.
Parking lots at S. 1st St. and S. 14th St. allow horse trailers.