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Gateway-Brown's Creek Trail

The Gateway - Brown's Creek trail is the recreational jewel of the East Metro Area of the Twin Cities. It is heavily used by thousands of people year-round. The former Soo Line rail bed, now paved, runs 18 miles from St. Paul, MN to Pine Point Park in Stillwater, MN. The recently acquired 6.4 mile Brown's Creek Trail will connect with the Gateway Trail, enabling trail users to go from the St. Croix River (in downtown Stillwater) to the Mississippi River. The Gateway-Brown's Creek Trail is a multi-use trail providing biking, rollerblading, running, walking, horseback riding and cross-country skiing to trail users year round. 




Waiting For The Trail To Open...!


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Brown's Creek Trail to open Friday, October 31! 

We have just received word that the long-awaited Brown's Creek Trail will be open to the public on Friday, October 31. A more official opening and dedication is planned to coincide with National Trails Day next year, so mark your calendars now for Saturday, June 6, 2015. Read the entire text of the MN DNR's communication to the Association here. Enjoy the trail and be SAFE!

Upcoming Events

02/14/2015 • Maplewood Community Ctr, White Bear Avenue & the Gateway
04/23/2015 7:00 PM • City of Grant Town Hall

News & Project Updates

08/01/2014 7:18 PM • GBCTA
06/06/2014 5:44 AM • GBCTA
05/19/2014 5:12 PM • GBCTA
04/23/2014 10:24 AM • GBCTA
03/31/2014 5:26 PM • GBCTA
01/15/2014 11:58 AM • GBCTA



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