Battle Creek Regional Park

Saint Paul, Minnesota

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Battle Creek Regional Park is often included in lists detailing the best trails to ride in the state of Minnesota—not just in the Twin Cities. That’s probably because there’s a beautiful mixture of dense oak forest and open meadows with substantial flora and fauna that you’d never expect to find so close to urbanity. Here we take you through 4 of the 10 total trail miles available, dancing amidst the 750 acres that make up this park. Here’s the deal, folks. If you don’t think you should be riding on the mountain-biking equivalent of a black diamond—take extreme caution on this trail.
Battle Creek Regional Park is often included in lists detailing the best trails to ride in the state of Minnesota—not just in the Twin Cities. That’s probably because there’s a beautiful mixture of dense oak forest and open meadows with substantial flora and fauna that you’d never expect to find so close to urbanity.

Here we take you through 4 of the 10 total trail miles available, dancing amidst the 750 acres that make up this park. Here’s the deal, folks. If you don’t think you should be riding on the mountain-biking equivalent of a black diamond—take extreme caution on this trail.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Saint Paul
Distance: 4.2
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Difficult
Physical Difficulty: Difficult
Terrain: Hilly with a mixture of climbs and steep descents over packed singletrack
Duration: 45-60 mins
Season: These trails are typically open from April through November with closures taking place for maintenance or following wet weather.
Local Maps: DeLorme: Minnesota Atlas & Gazetteer map 71
Driving Directions: Directions to Battle Creek Regional Park

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