Find Bike Paths (Map)

From the 29 miles of trails at Minto-Island Brown Park to the Winter-Maple Neighborhood Greenway that connects Salem Parkway to downtown Salem, the City places a high priority on making Salem a bikable and walkable city.

The City provides a bike locker program and a bike registration program.

The map below identifies bike routes throughout the mid-valley area, highlighting the expected traffic on streets and paths.  

 

 

​This map was produced by the Mid-Willamette Valley Council of Governments using information from previous Polk and Marion county bike maps. Other information came from maps and websites of the counties or cities represented.

No warranty is made or intended as to the safety or fitness of any routes, streets, roads, highways, paths, bike lanes, or bikeways for bicycle travel shown on this map for Salem, Keizer, Marion County, Polk County, Yamhill County or any of the other cities shown. The state, counties, cities and their officers and employees disclaim responsibility and shall not be answerable or held accountable in any manner for loss, damage or injury that may be suffered by bicyclists who travel along any highways, streets, roads, paths, bike lanes, bikeways or routes in Salem, Keizer, Marion County, Polk County, Yamhill County or any of the other cities shown.

Mid-Willamette Valley Council of Governments, Salem-Keizer Transit and City of Salem disclaim any responsibility for errors, omissions, or inaccuracies in this map. In no event shall the above be liable for any damages or losses of any kind related to the data and information contained on this map.

Date of last update June 2017.