Whether you are looking to take a cruise on a paved bike trail or an exciting off-road mountain bike ride, North Dakota has a route to meet your needs. North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department manages over 100 miles of bike trails around the state.
Mountain Biking Trails
Beaver Lake State Park – 5 Miles
Cross Ranch State Park – 14 Miles
Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park – 8 Miles
Fort Ransom State Park – 14 Miles
Fort Stevenson State Park – 8.5 Miles
Grahams Island State Park – 2 Miles
Icelandic State Park – .75 Miles
Lake Metigoshe State Park – 11.5 Miles
Lake Sakakawea State Park – 5 Miles
Lewis & Clark State Park – 5 Miles
Maah Daah Hey Trail – 144 Miles
Missouri River Natural Area – 5 Miles
Pembina Gorge State Recreation Area – 20 Miles
Roughrider Trail – 16.5 Miles
Turtle River State Park – 9 Miles
Turtle Mountain State Recreation Area – 10 Miles
Rentals are $8/hour and $50/day.
In partnership with local communities, the North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department has three parks that offer paved trails connecting users from state parks to cities.
Missouri Valley Millennium Legacy Trail: This paved trail connects visitors of Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park to a number of historical, recreational, and cultural places along the Missouri River. The trail from the park into the City of Mandan stretches 2.9 miles. Bikers can access this trail at a number of spots along the park’s main road.
Lake Metigoshe Paved Trail: This paved trail is an 11-mile loop that runs parallel to Lake Loop Road. Bikers can access this trail at the entrance of the park.
Cavlandic Trail: The Cavlandic trail runs from the city of Cavalier to Icelandic State Park. The trail is 6.5 miles one way and provides users access to a number of amenities in the city of Cavalier.
All North Dakota State Park and Recreation Area maps are available free on Avenza maps.