View two 18-foot steel sculptures made of scrap metal on the Three Rivers Heritage Trail in Pennsylvania
Art on the Walnut Street Bridge across the Tennessee River, which has been converted to nonmotorized trail use. Downtown Chattanooga, TN.
Naval sculptures are part of USS San Diego Memorial along San Diego’s Embarcadero trail
Salmon sculpture called “Leaper” by Tom Jay, 2003, along Riverside Park Trail in Mount Vernon, Washington.
Sculptural gateway arch along Chattanooga’s Tennessee River Park greenway
Squid bike rack along Honeymoon Island Causeway spur off Pinellas Trail
A wild ride at the North Carolina Museum of Art and House Creek Greenway in Raleigh
Sculptures created by local artist and coal miner Tim Tingle on the Montevallo Greenway National Recreation Trail; Montevallo, Alabama
Trailside buffalo art on the White River "Wapahani" Trail; Indianapolis, Indiana
Sandstone slabs make an artistic gateway to a section of Cherry Creek Trail, Denver, Colorado.
A variety of sculptures are sponsored by the Port of San Diego along the bayfront Embarcadero trail
Brick sculpture on the Tennessee Riverpark in downtown Chattanooga, TN.
Sculpture along Riverfront Trail System in Grand Junction, Colorado
Sculpture along the riverfront trail in St. Paul, MN
"Big Bike" along the River Mountains Loop Trail, Nevada
Historic sculpture commemorates rower John B. Kelly along Philadephia’s Schuylkill River Greenway
Statues of Marietta Johnson and her students on the Eastern Shore National Recreation Trail; Fairhope, Alabama
Heron sculpture at Fishing Park on the Tennessee Riverpark in Chattanooga, TN: "Great Blue Heron with Olive Branch" by artist Jack Denton, 2000. C. B. Robinson Bridge is in the background
Cut steel sculptural fence interprets natural features along Quad Cities RiverWay at Arsenal Island.
Sculpture on the Mary Carter Greenway along the Platte River, South Suburban Park District, Littleton, Colorado.
Harley the Fish on the Big Creek Trail in Colorado
Big guitars along the Town Lake Trail in Austin, Texas;
Walk-through sculpture on trail in Seattle’s Space Needle Park