Things To See in Minneapolis MN

The hustle and bustle of city life does not mean you cannot enjoy the outdoors. With the changing of the seasons, thousands of Minnesotans are hitting the trails on a daily basis. Check out this article from a Minneapolis Chiropractor!

Hit the Trails

Check out these biking and walking trails of the Twin Cites! The Twin-Cities metro is home to one of the country’s most impressive network of trails. These trails are intertwined with roadways to make Minneapolis friendly to the recreational or commuting biker. Even if you are in town for a weekend getaway, the city has you covered. There are bike rental options throughout the city that offer a fun, and affordable way to enjoy the outdoors. If biking is not your style, the trails are divided into lanes to provide ample room for cycling and walking/running. These trails are well maintained year long, and even have lighting for the night owls. You will never run out of options, or sites to see along the way!

There are 15 miles worth of trails weaving through the lakeside portions of Minneapolis. These trails are encompassed within 7 parks and 5 lakes. These trails are densely packed in the summer months, but for good reason. The chain includes 4 trails that offer the best views of Minneapolis while providing a scenic stroll through mature trees and gorgeous parks.

Minneapolis Chain of Lakes (Hennepin County)

There are thousands of miles of trails across the state, but we highlighted two options to check out if you are in the Minneapolis region. The states park and recreation board has a wide variety of resources listed below to check out if you are interested in options outside of the metro. The trails system is an accessible way to experience the great outdoors in our amazing city. With trails perfect for workouts or peaceful strolls, there truly is an option for everyone! Uptown Chiropractic would love to hear your favorite trail! Let us know for a chance be selected in a testimonial for an upcoming issue!

Mississippi Gorge Regional Park (Hennepin County)

If you prefer the scenes of the mighty Mississippi over lakes, you are in luck! There are paved trails alongside the west bank of the Mississippi River. These trails end at Minnehaha Regional Park, where you can enjoy a picnic in the picturesque Minnehaha Falls.