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Platte River State Park Trails

Louisville, NE

Platte River State Park Trails is a 5.1 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Louisville, NE that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October. Horses are also able to use this trail.

  • Best Hiking

  • Best Mountain Biking

  • Best Trail Running

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West Papio Trail - North
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connected through my neighborhood. great, well maintained trail. Walker's, joggers and bikers. some skaters but nothing bad. very scenic, pleasant and fun!

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Zorinsky Lake Trail
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Love this place!! Some wooded area and the lake is absolutely amazing! Length is perfect as well.

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Big Papio Trail
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Great paved trail, good for walking, running, and biking. Not very much to look at as far as scenery. There is a very tiny little wooded area near Towl Park just past the baseball field and very cool looking bridge. Watch out for the bikers though, they come up on you pretty fast.

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Platte River State Park Trails
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Homestead Trail
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This is a nice trail for being in the middle of the Plains. It is on the former property of America's first filed Homesteader, Daniel Freeman. The Trails generally follow tree lines and wooded areas, but also of course, former farm land converted back to prairie. The trails include historical information panels as well as benches. Also historical structures and farm equipment nearby.

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Chalco Hills Trails
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Great for hiking, biking, fishing, or family events!

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Glen Cunningham Lake Trail
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It was fun. We did a 7.2mile hike. The trails start and stop in odd places and disappears in other places. You have to create your own trail in some areas if you want to do the full lap around the lake but we ha da blast anyway.

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E T Mahoney Trails
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Keystone Trail
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