Get Biking in Burnsville

It’s spring which means getting outdoors is a must. For those who enjoy biking, Burnsville, Minnesota offers some excellent biking with its plentiful natural, paved and mountain biking trails. From the scenic Black Dog Trail along the Minnesota River that winds through wet prairie and scattered groves of willows and cottonwoods, to the challenging mountain biking trails at Terrace Oaks Park and Buck Hill, Burnsville has plenty of reasons to get biking this spring!

Blogger, Amy Czechowicz, and her husband, Ross, frequent the intermediate mountain bike trail of Terrace Oaks Park for its clear track and increased difficulty level. "Terrace Oaks is a great piece of singletrack. I've ridden for two years now (looking forward to the third soon!) and do enjoy it for a quick jaunt." - Amy Czechowicz, Local Blogger & Burnsville Trail Rider

Photo Credit: Amy Czechowicz, AmySense

Complete City of Burnsville Park & Trail Map

Burnsville Bike Trails

Alimagnet Park
1200 Alimagnet Park Dr, Burnsville
Alimagnet Park Trail Map

Terrace Oaks Park
12650 Parc Dr, Burnsville
Terrace Oaks Park (Summer) Trail Map

Minnesota Riverfront Park - Black Dog Trail
600 Black Dog Road West, Burnsville
Black Dog Trail - Minnesota River Greenway Map

Be sure to save-the-date for the ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of the Minnesota Riverfront Park, Greenway Trail this summer. Bring your bikes and enjoy the trail! Learn more about this park & trail.

When: Saturday, June 3
Time: 10 a.m. – noon
Where: Minnesota Riverfront Park, 600 Black Dog Rd. W.
Cost: FREE

Buck Hill Ski & Snowboard Area
Mountain Biking Trails & Day Camps
15400 Buck Hill Rd, Burnsville

To learn more or to register for summer camps visit Registration begins April 1st.

Visit the City of Burnsvillewebsite for some additional trail info, rules and things to remember.

“My favorite Burnsville bike trail would have to be Terrace Oaks mountain bike trail, it’s very challenging, but very fun! Buck Hill’s trails are also super fun, the incline allows for more speed!”
- Kelly Hansen, Burnsville Bike Trail Rider