Trails and Pathways

Current Trail Updates:

Multiple Closures due to flooding along the greenbelt, May 2023:

Greenbelt Closures in Eagle due to flooding.

North Channel Greenbelt Underpass Trail Closed October 1, 2022 - May 2023:

For public safety, beginning October 1, 2022, the north channel greenbelt underpass will be closed at Eagle Road behind the Hilton Garden Inn (red line), and detour greenbelt traffic (blue line) as shown in the image to the right. The south channel greenbelt and tunnel (green line) will remain open during construction. It is anticipated that these greenbelt closures and detours will be in effect until the bridge opens in May 2023. When complete, this bridge will better connect Eagle's northern and southern communities, benefiting our city and all who recreate here in Eagle. See updates and photos here: Eagle Road Ped/Bike Bridge Updates

 

Image of Eagle greenbelt showing detour off Eagle Road to State Highway 44

Trails Reopened:

  • Williamson River Ranch trail is open!
  • Greenbelt East of Ancona Ave/South of Highway 44 is open.



Information


pathway in the fall
fallen tree on trail
volunteer trail workers outside
you are here graphic

Dog-Friendly Trails and Pathways

Leashed dogs are allowed on all greenbelt pathways and many of the trails at the Sports Complex.

Dogs are required to be on leashes on and around all trails and pathways (including the greenbelt) in the City of Eagle. Pet Waste must be picked up and placed in receptacles immediately and not left unattended for any amount of time. (See City codes 4.5.1 and 4.5.2 for more information) This policy is in place for the health and safety of all trail users.

leash dogs and pick up after pets logo

Equestrian Trails

While it is our desire to do so, the City of Eagle does not currently own and/or manage equestrian trails. While there are trails that have traditionally been developed and used by area equestrians, these trails are not on City property. We urge you to respect the wishes and policies of the landowners.

Eagle Island State Park features equestrian trails.