Minnesota Inline Skating Trails

Minnesota was named the “Best Trail State” in the nation by American Trails, a national trails group.

Our world-leading inline skate instructors have skated most of the famed Minnesota trails.  We are now creating trail reviews as a guide for:

  • Students who have taken our classes.
  • Adventurous skaters who are traveling to Minnesota.

For inline skating trail descriptions, access, maps and difficulty ratings click on the preferred links:

Baker Park Reserve Trail

Big Rivers Regional Trail (Mendota Trail)

Brown’s Creek State Trail

Dakota Rail Regional Trail

Rush Creek Regional Trail

Gateway Trail (Coming Soon)

  • Disclaimer: Always skate with caution as skate surface conditions change from day to day season to season due to weather changes. 
  • Note: While skating trails, it is always important to stay alert to, and effectively negotiate trail debris. Trail debris can include: sticks, twigs, rocks and pebbles, leaves, sand, water (often found after rain under tree canopies), paint, broken uneven pavement, metal grates, wooden bridges.

For more information on American Trails, click here.