11900 Norell Avenue North
Stillwater, MN 55082
Pine Point is a peaceful nature area with pine
forests, lakes, and marshes. This park contains five miles of multi-use
trails for biking, bird watching, cross-country skiing, hiking, and
horseback riding on some of the finest trails in the Metropolitan area.
The park became a regional park in 2005, and serves as one of the major trailheads to the State of Minnesota's
- Trailhead facility with hitching posts.
- 5 miles of multi-use turf trails are available to equestrian users during the spring, summer, and fall.
- Equestrian trails are shared with hikers.
- Horses are not allowed on paved trails or on roads.
- A shorter horse trail is also available in the winter.
Equestrian Trail Safety
- Stay on the mowed pathways shown on your park trail map.
- When encountering hikers, let safety be your guide.
Located on County Road 55 (Norell Avenue North)
between State Highway 96 and County Road 7 in Stillwater Township,
north of the City of Stillwater, Minnesota.
- Before a trail ride begins, equestrian users are requested to check
at the information kiosks located at the trailhead, where information
on trail conditions and closures will be posted.
- Trails cannot be used when they are designated closed by park staff.
- From State Highway 96, follow County Road 55 north for three miles. Turn left into the park.
- From County Road 7, follow County Road 55 south. Turn right into the park.
For maps and more information:
Pine Point Regional Park