About: NOACA develops bike maps for all 5 counties within the NOACA region in collaboration with county and local governments, metroparks systems, and non-profit organizations. The maps are living documents, and bike facilities are being added all the time. The bike map on NOACA’s GIS portal is updated regularly as new bikeways are constructed, and the paper maps will be updated every 3 years. Please send any additions, corrections, or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Lake County Bike Map is being updated!
The process has begun to completely update the Lake County Bike Map, starting with data gathering and stakeholder outreach. The new bike map will show roadways according to who might feel comfortable riding on them. The map will also include bike lanes, bike routes (marked with “sharrows” or other pavement marking and/or signs), multiuse paths and trails, and even mountain bike trails. The map will be developed with the desire to balance a common format in all of our county maps while addressing the individual needs of the county. Check back here for meeting information in the coming months, and look for the maps to be available for free next spring.
None at this time. Check back often.
Most Recent Maps: Maps are free, and available at bike shops, libraries, and other tourism information centers.... or, download one here:
Other Biking & Walking Maps: