- You will need a horse pass if you will be horseback riding and a snowmobile state trail sticker for snowmobiling. No other fees or passes are required to use the trail.
A 12.5 mile blacktop trail between Rochester & Pine Island. Passes through a scenic mix of forest and the rolling fields and pastures of some of the richest agricultural land in Minnesota. Partridge & pheasant live in the woods, and toward Rochester, geese become more abundant. Little-used county roads offer opportunity to plan a circular route. Rest areas in Rochester, Douglas and Pine Island. Biking, hiking, in-line skating and horseback riding in summer. Snowmobiling in the winter.
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- Accessible to Disabled
- Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more
- 12.5 mi paved
- The trail begins in northwestern Rochester, travels through the small town of Douglas (for which the trail is named) and terminates in Pine Island.
- This trail crosses outstanding rural scenery, traversing some of the richest agricultural land in Minnesota.