Milford State Park
Eagle Ridge Equestrian Trail - 6 miles of horseback riding, mountain biking, or hiking on some of the most scenic and diverse areas that Milford Lake has to offer.
Crystal Trail - This trail is 2.2 miles. It passes by an old quarry where small geode rocks can be found. Deer viewing is good along open fields and by food plots. Viewing of bald eagles is excellent from November through March along the water's edge.
Radio Tower Trail - This trail is 1.93 miles long.
Dogwood Trail - A 0.6 mile walk that leads you through woodland and prairie habitats.
Pipeline Trail - This trial is 0.5 miles long. A good trail for a quick walk or ride.
Wildlife Viewing Tower & Trail - The tower is accessed from a wrap-around staircase, which rises 21' to the top platform. Excellent wildlife viewing is made available with nearby food plots. The best time to visit is near dusk and dawn when most animals are active. Stargazing is excellent on clear nights. Bring your binoculars!
Junction City Parks & Recreation Department
Riverwalk Trail - A 4.8-mile route along the Republican River between Outlet Park at Milford Lake and Fort Riley, KS. The trail is open to hikers, bicycles, equestrian use, and snowmobiles when appropriate.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
ORV Trails - The School Creek ORV area consists of approximately 287 acres of trails restricted to vehicles that are 50 inches wide or less. No side-by-side vehicles are allowed.
Outlet Park/Old River Bluff Trail - 1 1/4 mile connecting the Riverwalk Trail to the Milford State Park Eagle Ridge Equestrian Trail creating over 14 miles of equestrian trails.
Milford Nature Center
Tallgrass Trail - A 1/2-mile loop or a longer 1 1/2-mile hike takes you through wooded areas, native prairie grass, and down to a nearby pond.
Kansas Landscape Arboretum
Meadow Willow Trail - A 1/2 mile trail with 7 bridges to cross, one of which is a covered bridge.
Wild Acres Trail - A 1/4 mile walk to discover Kansas' wildflowers.
Woodland Trail - A 1-mile trail that travels through a bird sanctuary and down to a small pond oasis.