Greater Grand Forks Greenway - Trail Heads

Trail Heads

A series of "trail heads" exist at various points along the Greenway. These trail heads offer breaks in the dikes or floodwalls so that pedestrians can access the Greenway. Most of these trail heads offer paved parking lots and many also offer public restroom facilities. Other amenities at select trail heads include picnic areas and playgrounds.

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Bay Trail - Following The Path
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