Douglas State Trail
|Trail conditions: unknown|
|Trail groomed? unknown|
|Trail base: 0"|
|Trail mileage: 13|
The Douglas State Trail is a multiple use trail developed on an abandoned railroad grade. This trail crosses outstanding rural scenery, traversing some of the richest agricultural land in Minnesota. The trail begins in northwestern Rochester, travels through the small town of Douglas (for which the trail is named) and terminates in Pine Island.
- Log shelters are located along trail.
Last updated on October 21, 2020. Local snow depth is 0".
From US Highway 52, take the CSAH 22 (55th Street) exit; then west and south on CSAH approximately 2 miles to Olmstead County Road 4 (Valleyhigh Dr NW); then east .3 miles to the Rochester trailhead
Parking is available at the Rochester trailhead, as well as at Douglas and Pine Island.
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Contact hours are M-F 8am-6pm & Saturdays 8am-4:30pm.