Lake Rebecca Singletrack Trail
Ride your mountain bike, hike, snowshoe or trail run through Lake Rebecca’s Big Woods landscape with numerous opportunities to view the park’s wetlands and wildlife.
The trailhead for this 13.25-mile trail begins at the Hilltop Picnic Area. A series of loop trails extends south through the central portion of the park and are designated to accommodate a variety of skill levels, from easy to advanced.
This trail replaces the former 3.5-mile mountain bike trail in the park and is designed to reduce erosion. The trail was funded in part through the Federal Recreational Trails Program and was designed and maintained in partnership with volunteers from Minnesota Off-Road Cyclists (MORC).
Interactive Map of Lake Rebecca Singletrack Trail
Lake Rebecca PDF Maps
Lake Rebecca Singletrack Trails
Find printable maps of other areas of the park on the Lake Rebecca Park Reserve page.
With consideration for the sensitive nature of the trails and our sustainability efforts, mountain bike trails are occasionally closed due to wet conditions. Before you head out, check trail conditions on the Mountain Biking page. You may also call Lake Rebecca Park, or check the Minnesota Off-Road Cyclists website.
Winter Trail Use
Help us protect groomed mountain bike trails in the winter. Overinflating tires, riding in warm temperatures and wearing boots can leave tracks that damage groomed trails. Here are few ways you can help:
- Reduce your tire pressure.
- Ride when temperatures are below freezing.
- Wear snowshoes when hiking on singletrack trails.
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