Trail Status


After some heavy rains this weekend, we’ve dried out enough to open the trails. There are some soft spots and a few puddles still out there – do NOT go around them and widen the trail, go through them, and we will repair the ruts.

Also, as the vegetation grows in thicker, please remember to watch for other users (keep your earbud volume low enough to hear other people), and also watch for low-lying branches, help us clear sticks and such from the trail path, and report any down trees.

And with some pop-up showers expected this week, remember to exit the trail or don’t even start onto them, if it’s raining. We will continue to monitor the trail conditions regularly throughout the summer, but exercise caution and common sense before heading out on the trails – if they are consistently wet, or if it’s raining, don’t use the trails, regardless of what the website status says, as our volunteers may not have returned from their assessments to update the website.

TRAIL STATUS for Fat & Skinny Weekend

As the trail maintenance teams wrap up projects in prepping the trails and the racers begin to arrive in town, we wanted to provide an update on the trail status for Fat & Skinny Tire Fest weekend…


  • Trail Crews finishing work on the trails – use with caution and watch for others.
  • Additionally, the course direction has been determined (front half will run backwards for the DINO race). With that said, we have riders practicing, and others just using the trails, therefore for the next couple days, the front half of the trail runs both directions. Please be sure to look out for each other and be aware and courteous of all trail users.


  • Course will begin to be marked for the race. The trails will still be open to all users, but please do not tear down course tape or signs. If you do on accident, please try to put it back up. If you do intentionally, and we catch you, we will prosecute as much as we can! Don’t be a jerk!


  • Trails are open ONLY for registered racers. Spectators may walk around the course, but be aware of racers coming at all times and do not impede their progress. Please NO strollers on the trails EVER! If you have a stroller, stick to watching along the Greenway.
  • Trails will open to the general public for normal riding, etc. at approximately 3pm on Saturday afternoon.


And just like that, with some sunshine and a nice breeze, the trails have dried out well enough to open back up. There are a few slick spots in some low areas, but overall, they are very good, despite the amount of rain we received. Thanks to everyone that waited patiently and helped spread the word. It makes our jobs as volunteers that much better when we know we can keep working on improving the trails, not just repairing them.

With Fat & Skinny Tire Fest quickly approaching, please watch for volunteers out working on the trails – and, while you’re out there, say “thank you,” keep an eye out for problem areas that might need fixed, and help pick up sticks and trash. It goes a long way to keeping the trails in great shape.

Get out there and enjoy them! Thanks for spreading the word!


Due to heavy rains and wet conditions, the off-road trails are closed. Please give them the day to dry off properly. We will monitor conditions and hope to open them back up soon.

Thanks for your patience. Please help spread the word.


With the dryer weather and some solid sunshine this morning, we’re happy to report the trails are now open. There are still a few soft/slick spots, but overall they have dried out nicely, and in great shape.

Because there is a lot of blooming, and greenery is starting to fill in, watch for other trail users, and remember to use the trails in the appropriate direction. Riders follow the green and black arrows, while walkers and runners should go the opposite direction.

Also, please be sure to report any trees down through the website, or via our Facebook page.

Thanks for your patience! Enjoy the trails – they are really greening up.


Due to extremely wet conditions, heavy rains, and continuing storms expected the off-road trails are closed until further notice. We will continue to monitor conditions throughout the week, and open them when they are dry enough for use. As always, thanks for your patience, and helping us spread the word.

Earth Day: Trail Work Day

What better day than Earth Day (Saturday, April 22, 2017) to get outside, breathe some fresh air, and clean up our trails in preparation for heavier spring use, and of course, Fat & Skinny Tire Fest in 1 month…

We will hit the trails to open drainage, remove sticks and limbs from the trail, clean up trash, rebuild some berms, and more.

No experience necessary – just a volunteering heart, and a desire to keep our trails in great shape for our community and visitors. Please bring gloves, hand trimmers, rakes, shovels and buckets. We will split into groups and walk the entire trail fixing low corners and drainage, as well as picking up trash. Then, we’ll get some new signage put in place and rebuild a couple berms.

For those out using the trail, please watch for volunteers on the trail, maybe tell them “thank you” for sacrificing their time, and pass carefully – we want everyone to have an enjoyable and safe experience on the trails.

Wanting to volunteer, meet at the brown KCV maintenance barn, along the greenway, near the end of Boy’s City Drive at 10am. We’ll also provide snacks and drinks. Spread the word!

You can RSVP through our Facebook Event. Or email KCV with questions.


Well, that was short lived… Sorry! Due to the heavy rains last night and the steady showers through the day, we’ve had to CLOSE the trails. As a reminder, regardless of what the website says, please do not use the off-road trails when it is raining.

We will continue to check conditions through the week, but it looks like the April showers may be approaching, and it could be wet for a while, therefore this might be a great time to prepare for a lot of Greenway runs/rides or getting out on the roads.

Thanks for your respect of the trails, and as always, for helping us spread the word.


We’re glad to report that the trails have dried out enough for us to open them for at least a couple days, until the rains come back. So for now, get out there and enjoy! Please keep your eyes peeled for trash and small limbs that can be cleared. And report back any major erosion issues or trees down. Thanks for your patience, and as always, for helping us spread the word.

Trails Closed

Due to the warming temperatures, and today’s rain, sleet, snow we are closing the trails.

As always, thanks for your patience and assistance in helping spread the word. We will continue to check conditions throughout the weekend and will open them as soon as they are in better condition.

TRAIL STATUS UPDATE: OPEN (with precautions)

Thanks to the warmer temperatures and high winds, we’ve dried out nicely and therefore are opening the trails.

On that note, this is our forewarning: PLEASE USE TRAILS (and the Greenway, for that matter) AT YOUR OWN RISK AND WITH CAUTION TODAY DUE TO HIGH WINDS. Please report or post any photos and locations of trees down.