Featured Trails

Subcategories • Featured NRTs



posted Mar 29, 2018

Lena Lake Trail, Olympic National Forest, Washington

Climbing through thick conifer woods to a scenic lake, the Lena Lake National Recreation Trail is managed by Olympic National Forest, Hood Canal District.


posted Mar 27, 2018

Lions Park National Recreation Trail, Temple, Texas

Given its artistic features, hilltop vistas, and recreational facilities, it is easy to see why this 2-mile walking trail is so popular with Temple residents of all ages.


posted Aug 12, 2022

Little Miami State Park, Ohio

The Little Miami State Park is a 50-mile rail-trail paralleling the Little Miami River in southwestern Ohio.


posted Mar 26, 2018

Longleaf Trace Trail, Mississippi

Extending from Hattiesburg to Prentiss, this 41-mile rail-trail offers a variety of natural features, opportunities for biking, hiking, and horseback riding, and provides economic benefits for local communities.


posted Mar 27, 2018

Lost Coast National Recreation Trail, California

Spectacular coastal trail on the Lost Coast of northern California's Mendocino County.


posted Mar 26, 2018

Lower Cache River Trail, Cache River State Natural Area, Illinois

This three-mile paddling and hiking trail is the result of a partnership between Illinois DNR, US Fish & Wildlife Service, and the Nature Conservancy to preserve, restore, and manage a 60,000-acre complex of wetlands.


posted Mar 26, 2018

Magnolia Trail, Natchez, Mississippi

St. Catherine Creek National Wildlife Refuge south of Natchez hosts this trail.


posted Mar 26, 2018

Mahnomen National Recreation Trail, Minnesota

Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge hosts this trail through midwestern habitats.


posted Mar 26, 2018

Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway, Florida

The Cross Florida Greenway retains many of the historical remnants of the former Cross Florida Barge Canal. A growing number of recreational and interpretive opportunities are available along the greenway.


posted Sep 12, 2018

Martin Van Buren Nature Trail, New York

The trail system at the Martin Van Buren Natural Historic Site leads to meadows, a stream, and marshland, and highlights notable trees, shrubs, flowers, and wildlife.