Neighborhood parks are typically 5-10 acres and are designed to be within walking distance of surrounding neighborhoods.They typically do not include parking or restrooms.Click on the links below for more information on individual trails.The Bear Creek Trail, Hinkson Creek Trail, and MKT Trail are the premier multi-use trails in Columbia. wide trails with crushed limestone surfaces are good for walking, jogging, and biking.All of these trails connect residential and business areas to Columbia Trail System and the proposed 30-mile trail loop. There are many connections that link neighborhoods to Columbia's major destination trails.However, some of the larger connector trails provide an enjoyable trail journey within themselves.
Community parks are typically 15-100 acres, with a service area generally up to three miles.Links to the 2013 Trails Plan and a plan that highlights the 30-mile trail loop (which is part of the 2013 Trails Plan) are below.A complete list of upcoming Parks and Recreation capital improvement projects (parks and trails) is listed on the Capital Improvement Projects webpage.The Columbia Trail System features a variety of trails in different settings - parks, nature sanctuaries, along creeks and through wooded areas - with a variety of trail surfaces for runners, walkers, wheelers, and bicyclists.Amenities along the trails, such as water fountains, restrooms, and bike repair stations, are provided to make your journey easier.
Find your current location in relation to Columbia's destination trails.