Linear Trail

The Linear Trail in Manhattan is a city bike path with paved and crushed limestone segments, popular with walkers, joggers, and cyclists. The family-friendly trail is over nine miles in length and circles the majority of the community. It follows the riparian corridors of the Kansas and Big Blue rivers, as well as Wildcat Creek. As you travel the trail, enjoy the natural sights and the diverse wildlife of these scenic areas.  

There are several trailheads and access points for this popular trail: 

  • Kimball Avenue & Hudson Avenue
  • 3131 Anderson Avenue
  • Richards Drive
  • Casement Road & Hayes Road
  • US 24 & Blue River Levee Drive
  • Temple Lane
  • Pecan Circle
  • South Manhattan Avenue
Linear Trail