Gateway Brown's Creek
Trail Association
 Your Active Voice In The Trail's Development



photo credit: Jim Schuder

The Gateway  Brown's Creek trail is the recreational jewel of the East Metro Area of the Twin Cities. Heavily used by thousands of people year-round, the paved former Soo Line rail bed runs 18 miles from St. Paul, MN to Pine Point Park in Stillwater, MN. A branch of the 5.9 mile Brown's Creek Trail connects to Stillwater and the St Croix River

The Gateway-Brown's Creek Trail is a multi-use trail providing biking, rollerblading, running, walking, horseback riding and cross-country skiing to trail users year round.

Gateway Brown's Creek Trail Association (GBCTA) supports the trail through:
  • Donating approximately 1600 volunteer hours every year collecting trash, removing graffiti, helping with special projects,
    advocating for the trail at the State Capitol, and more.
  • Your membership dollars,  providing amenities and benefits for the trails.
Become A Member
  • Get updates on trail conditions
  • Receive our newsletter with news and updates about the trail
  • Support a shared community resource
  • Your membership fee or donation may  be  tax-deductible
Join Now!

Upcoming Events (subject to change due to Coronavirus)

News & Project Updates

Map of the trail


Getting the Gateway to Scandia  
A $4.6 million bonding request has been submitted by the City of Scandia to the MN Legislature 2020 session... we need your support.  
Click here for the online petition.
More details:
Gateway Capital budget request for 2020.pdf
Gateway Bill Talking Points.docx

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