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Posted on: February 3, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Paved Trails Provide Another Opportunity for Winter Recreation

Levee Park Trail with Trail Sign in Winter

Hitting the trails is a great way to get outside during the winter. If you’d like to give the skis or snowshoes a break or avoid them altogether, cleared paved trails may be the option for you. Public Works sweeps and/or plows several trails around town, many of them related to the parks and others cleared for students walking to school or their bus stop. These trails are paved surfaces a minimum of six feet wide. This includes Bay Point Park, which is a sidewalk but functions like a trail. Public Works also clears additional trails that community members have requested and City Council has directed them to clear. Here’s a full list of cleared paved trails you can use to get some winter walking in.

  • Colvill Park – 4,956 feet
  • Eisenhower Bridge of Valor – 3,147 feet
  • Levee Park – 861 feet
  • Trail from Levee Park to Bay Point Park – 2,656 feet
  • Bay Point Park – 4,036 feet
  • Trail on Tyler Road from Lawrence Street to the first driveway to Walmart – 1,000 feet
  • A.P. Anderson Park – 4,838 feet
  • Burnside Tail – 7,365 feet
  • Featherstone Trail – 1,244 feet
  • Trail by Twin Bluff School – 309 feet
  • Trail from Twin Bluff roundabout south to the municipal boundary – 1,000 feet (done by school district)

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