May 9

Minneapolis Walking Trails

Whether you’re looking for an adventure or want to take your loved one out in nature, the Minneapolis area features exceptional parks with hiking and walking trails. Explore our recommendations to find one close to your accommodations.

Wheelchair-Accessible Hiking Trails Near Minneapolis

Take your loved one out for a relaxing hike at any of these asphalt-paved, wheelchair-friendly walking trails in Minneapolis. We’ve listed them by their nearby Minneapolis New Perspective Senior Living location:

To find additional opportunities for walking and hiking near Minneapolis, explore traillink.com and filter by your trail preferences, location, and accessibility needs.

Faribault Walking Trails

Our Faribault location is just across from two wheelchair-accessible walking trails connected to the River Bend Nature Center, Teepee Tonka Park, and Straight River park. Check out the following paved paths while you’re in the neighborhood with your loved one:

  • River Bend Trail (1 mi.)
  • Straight River Trail (8 mi.)

Other Minneapolis Parks

For additional walking and hiking trails that may not be accessible by wheelchair, explore the following parks:

  • Eagen: Lebanon Hills Regional Park
  • Mankato: Minneopa State Park in Mankato
  • Minneapolis: Fort Snelling State Park, Minnehaha Regional Park, Loring Park
  • Prior Lake: Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve
  • Paul: Battle Creek Park

We hope you enjoy your stay in the Minneapolis area. Reach out to the staff at your New Perspective Senior Living location with questions while you’re here.