Springfield has a growing network of 70 miles of greenway trails, and 81 miles of on-street routes.
Every week, thousands of residents and visitors use Springfield's public greenway trail network and on-street bike route system for bicycling, walking, running, skating and handicap access. They're used for fun, fitness, active transportation, education and environmental preservation. Ongoing expansions include "The Link", an 7-mile signed corridor connecting Doling Park to Twin Oaks Park, and the installation of 12 outdoor bike aide stations along The Link and other area trails. The trails and routes appeal to people of all ages, abilities, interests and income levels.
Download Springfield's overall printable trail and route map here! Explore individual trail pages for more maps and information.
Springfield has a growing network for biking, walking and running - including 70 miles of greenway trails - and 72 miles of on-street bike routes.
On-Street Bike Routes
Specific Springfield streets are designated as part of an official on-street bicycle route network being developed by Springfield Public Works' Traffic Division. This network includes a variety of signs, striping and separated bike lanes, including The Link.
Rules of the Trails
Following these easy guidelines will make your greenway trail experience even better!