One of the longest and most popular multi-use trails in Wichita is the Arkansas River Path, running 10 miles along the banks of the Big Arkansas River from 21st Street North to Galena Street on the south.
Residents and visitors enjoy the wide paved path that travels through some of the most scenic parts of the city and showcases public art, parks and attractions. You’ll find walkers, runners, bikers and inline skaters using the well-lit trail at all times of the day. If you’re in town without a bicycle but would like to bike the path consider one of the 100 bicycles at 19 Bike Share ICT self-serve stations or rent from Bicycle X-Change in the Historic Delano District, which is just a few blocks from the trail.
Parking for and access to the Arkansas River Path is available in many places, including off 21st Street (at trail's end), at the Westside Athletic Fields, Exploration Place, Old Cowtown Museum, along Mclean Boulevard south of Harry Street, OJ Watson Park and at the southern terminus at Galena and Washington streets.
In addition to the above, the Arkansas River Path provides access to Veterans Memorial Park, Riverside Park, Sedgwick County Park, Lawrence-Dumont Stadium, Keeper of the Plains, Sedgwick County Zoo and much more.