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Natural Areas & Trails

Greeley has more than 1,000 acres of natural areas and over 30 miles of trails waiting for you to explore.

Greeley’s natural areas are places where visitors can connect to nature in an up close and personal way. Spend the day on a bike touring the Poudre trail. Watch birds and deer along the river. Stroll through a quiet cottonwood forest with your best two or four-legged friends.

The city’s natural areas are not just a great place for residents to exercise and unwind. Natural areas provide important habitat for local wildlife, assist in improving water quality, and increased resilience to floods. These “ecosystem services” make natural areas a community asset we can all value.

Enjoy Greeley’s natural areas & trails today – they are always in season.

Latest Updates

Sheep Draw TrailSheep Draw Trail Survey

ell us about your trail experience. The Sheep Draw Trail is a 4-mile long trail that connects with the Poudre River Trail at F St. and 59th Ave. and extends to 90th Ave. and 18th St.  Please complete the survey to help us improve the Sheep Draw Trail. Your input is valuable; the City of Greeley appreciates your feedback.

Encuesta para visitantes de Sheep Draw Trail en español
Cuéntenos sobre sus experiencias al pasear por las veredas. Ayúdenos a mejorar. Tome la encuesta en español. Gracias.


Get Outdoors Greeley Strategic Plan

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Natural Areas & Trails has completed the first five-year strategic plan for the division. Click here to review the plan.

Use our Explore Greeley map to see photos and to learn more about locations and amenities included in our outdoor recreational and natural area.

Contact Us

Natural Areas & Trails

321 N 16th Ave
Greeley, CO 80631

Monday - Friday
7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

970-350-9205 tel
trails@greeleygov.com

How are we doing?

Have you noticed something that needs attention in one of the City's natural areas or trail corridors? Let us know!

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