A great place to come and walk with the family and see nature at its best. Along the trail you can see a wide variety of animals as well as a wonderful place to watch birds.
Come on down and take a look at what a lot of hard work and planning can accomplish right here in Eureka, Montana. Completed with interpretive signs, park benches and fitness stations, the Eureka Riverwalk is designed to be enjoyed by all. The trail is open to walkers, bicyclists and wheelchairs only and is maintained for year round use.
With large trees overhanging one really gets a sense of peace on the trail. Early mornings will find many local residents enjoying what has become a true work of love by the community volunteers for this project.
The Riverwalk started off as a dream by Andy Ivy, long time local physician in the area, but would not have become a reality if it were not for the support of the County in planning, development and funding through the CTIP grant. The Lincoln Conservation District also secured a $10,000 grant for the Riverwalk through the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.
With the exception of a steep strip of land that connects the Riverwalk to U.S. 93 the property is owned by Lincoln Electric and Interpol Telephone Co-ops.
We look forward to seeing you on the trail "Take a walk on the wildside!"