The Friends of the Casey Jones Trail Association is a non-profit corporation, formed to advocate for the continued development of the Casey Jones State Trail.
The dream for this group is to have a multi-seasonal, multi-use trail to run diagonally from the southwest corner of Minnesota to the Minnesota River: A trail of over 100 miles.
With other trails groups in the region creating trails as well, there is potential for a vast, interconnected series of trails crisscrossing Southwest Minnesota!
The hard work of forward-thinking people in the late 1960s resulted in the Casey Jones Trail being the first legislatively authorized state trail in Minnesota.
A six mile paved loop trail connecting Lake Shetek State Park with Murray County’s End-O-Line Park in Currie was constructed in 1996 and later included in the state trail authorization.
The Big Picture
Murray County Line to Lake Wilson
Lake Wilson to Slayton
Slayton to Lake Shetek State Park
Lake Shetek State Park to Walnut Grove
Pipestone to ...
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