Gateway-Brown's Creek Trail Association
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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 5.9 mile Brown's Creek Trail connects 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. 




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    Your membership in the Gateway-Brown's Creek Trail Association (GBCTA) offers many benefits:

  • Know that you are doing your part to support a shared community resource!
  • Receive access to members-only areas of our website!
  • Receive updates on trail conditions!
  • Receive our quarterly newsletter to stay updated on the latest trail developments!
  • Your membership fee or donation is completely tax-deductible!

Brown's Creek State Trail

Grand Opening A Huge Success!

View more pictures of the event here.






 View a map of the new Brown's Creek Trail (5.9 miles long) here. Enjoy the trail and be SAFE!



Upcoming Events

05/09/2015 9:00 AM • The parking lot in front of the Great Hall. Jct. of Hilton Trail No. & Stillwater Rd (Hwy12).

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