Offering the best in outdoor recreation, River Parks' 26 miles of asphalt-surfaced trails weave past gathering areas, playgrounds, fountains and sculptures along the banks of the Arkansas River in Tulsa. The park's varied landscape ranges from manicured lawns to the rugged terrain of the Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness. River Parks offers dual trails for pedestrians and cyclists, plus seasonal enjoyment of fishing, ...more »
Riverfront Park celebrates the heritage and culture of greater Mankato by providing recreational and cultural opportunities along the banks of the Minnesota River. Riverfront Park features a grand lawn that provides seating for more than 12,000 people. Kasota Stone, native to Mankato and the region and used worldwide, serves as natural seating areas for the park’s Vetter Stone Ampitheater, which showcases various performances, ...more »
A multi-mile shared use commuting and recreational trail in Greater Lansing, Michigan which links downtown Lansing with Michigan State University to the east, Jolly Road to the south, and the west edge of the city by linking existing city parks and open space through a series of paved trails, bridges, and boardwalk structures.
A 15+ mile shared use commuter and recreational trail linking downtown Indianapolis with Broad Ripple, Carmel, and Westfield.
A 100-mile long shared use trail from downtown Cleveland to New Philadelphia, OH that follows the towpath of the Ohio & Erie Canal.
More than 10 miles of heritage trails in aand around a town of 3,000 residents including portions of the Wabash & Erie Canal towpath, and interurban trail, and two rail-to-trail segments.