Burlington Greenway

Bike Path, Burlington, VT

Restrooms

Yes

Parking

Yes

Additional Information About the Burlington Bike Path

The Burlington Greenway (Bike Path) is the crown jewel of parks system and is an immensely popular attraction during the summer, fall and spring and, increasingly, the winter months. Eight miles of paved path, with aggregate shoulders for runners and walkers, the path runs from just south of Oakledge park to the Winooski River to the north, and along the way runs through and connects many major parks and facilities situated on the Lake Champlain shoreline. The path also connects many residential neighborhoods and is situated close to several commercial districts. The path is currently undergoing major reconstruction, with many engineering upgrades, increased capacity, and multiple new pause places and connections with existing and improved facilities.

Up-to-date info can be found on the Burlington Greenway: Bike Path Rehabilitation Project page.

Parking & Restrooms are available at several points along the path.

 

Follow the Path on this amazing Google Earth virtual tour!

(you’ll need to download and install Google Earth to view)

GoogleEarth-BikePath

Find the entire 12 mile Island Trail that runs through Burlington and Colchester, and includes the Causeway on Trail Finder.