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Biking & Hiking Trails

Explore Shreveport-Bossier's top biking & hiking trails:

1. Red River Orange Trail
This serene 1.7-mile loop near Bossier City is perfect for birding, hiking and running. Dog-friendly. (150 Eagle Bend Point, Bossier City, LA 71112)

2. Arthur Teague Parkway Trail
This 8-foot-wide path hugs the Red River's south bank in Bossier. It offers uninterrupted river views and connects locations like the Brookshire Grocery Arena and Walker Place Park. (Diamond Jacks Boulevard to Red River National Wildlife Refuge boat launch)

3. Cypress Black Bayou Park & Recreation Area
Located nine miles north of Shreveport in Benton, this park boasts water skiing, boating, camping, cabins, fishing, a zoo and a beach for swimming and picnics. 

4. Lake Bistineau State Park
Situated on Lake Bistineau's western shore, this park offers breathtaking vistas, hardwood forests, boat launches, hiking and biking trails, playgrounds, camping, cabins and fishing. 

5. Blacktop and Lake Trail Loop
Enjoy a tranquil 3.2-mile loop trail near Bossier City, perfect for birding, hiking, and running. Open year-round and dog-friendly. 

6. South Bossier Park Loop
Discover a 1.1-mile loop near Bossier City, ideal for running and walking. It offers a green space with restrooms, a small playground and recreational fields. 

7. Red River Bicycle Trail
This scenic trail along Clyde Fant Memorial Parkway in Shreveport offers spectacular river and city skyline views. Beginning at Riverview Park and ending at Charles and Marie Hamel Memorial Park, providing parking options throughout.

8. Springhill Pedestrian/Bicycle Path
In Spring Hill, this paved trail runs north to south on a former rail corridor. Lined with trees and lights, it's an attractive space for residents and tourists, with parking available at the North Webster Chamber of Commerce building.