Chalco Hills Recreation Area

A bit off the beaten path, the Chalco Hills Recreation Area offers a more secluded alternative to Zorinsky Lake. The 6-mile loop around the central lake is a concrete multi-use path, but there is also a short woodchip nature trail and cross country loop for those preferring to run on a softer surface. The Recreation Area is very well maintained …

Robert E. Lee Park

  Located off of Falls Road in northern Baltimore is Robert E. Lee Park, a relatively small park (415 acres) with a lake in the center. The park features moderately technical trails and offers a 2.5 mile out-and-back trail. Falls Road Running Company hosts their mid-week group run at the park, and with the beautiful wooded views and prevalent shade, …

Druid Hill Park

  This popular park, home of the Baltimore Zoo, is featured early in the Baltimore Marathon course and has experienced a recent renaissance.  The park offers tennis courts, a pool, basketball, and a wide asphalt multi-use path around the lake at the entrance to the pond. The 1.5-mile lake loop is part of the popular Jones Fall Trail, which is …

Sloan’s Lake Park

Located on Denver’s west side, Sloan’s Lake Park offers a multi-use concrete path approximately 2.5 miles in length with pristine views of both the surrounding mountains and the city of Denver. The path is split into two lanes and is frequented by both runners and cyclists. Real bathrooms and available water fountains are just two of the noticeable perks of …

Washington Park

  Washington Park is one of the largest of the City of Denver’s many parks. The truly expansive landscape is nothing short of impressive. The park can be found in the beautiful Washington Park neighborhood just south of Downtown Denver and offers activities for everyone. With five multi-use paths of varying distances, there are plenty of opportunities to run, bike, …