The Camden Regional Trail is a paved, multi-purpose recreational trail extending from Southwest Minnesota State University (SMSU) through the City of Marshall, and connecting area residents to Camden State Park. About 4 miles of paved trail connect adjacent campuses of Marshall High School and SMSU to a network of bike lanes in the City of Marshall. At the West end of Marshall, the paved trail covers 10 miles of gently rolling hills between Wayside Park (along MN HWY 23) to Camden State Park.
The community is fortunate that years of planning has come to fruition. Supported by the Minnesota Parks and Trails Legacy Grant Program (administered through the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources) this trail system is of regional importance by providing community members from throughout the region to utilize the trail for walking biking, running, hiking, and inline skating. With Camden State Park as a destination location, and several enjoyable stops along the way, the Camden Regional Trail invites your to stay in shape, connect to the outdoors, and feed your soul.
"To my left was undulating prairie, to my right, a tree line and a steep drop behind that. The last bit of the Camden History Trail descends back toward the river and gets rocky and steep"
- Jan from Minnesota Trails
Read Jan's full article here on The Camden Regional Bike Trail.
- 34 Miles from the trail head at Red Baron Arena & Expo to Camden State Park
- Mountain Biking trails in Camden State Park and in Victory Park on HWY 23
- Snowshoeing, Cross Country Skiing, Action Track Chairs, and Snowmobiling is allowed on the Path