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Coyote Creek Trail

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Features

  1. (Trails) Benches
Overview
The Coyote Creek Trail is one of the network's longest trail systems and connects to county reaches of the same trail system. Several City and County parks can be accessed from the trail. The Coyote Creek Trail provides views of the waterway and the riparian environment. The gravel portion of the trail north of Montague Expressway connects to the Highway 237 Bikeway.

In addition to the local environment, trail users can enjoy the artwork "Ripple Effect and Run River Run" at the midpoint between Montague Expressway and Tasman Drive. The paved section south of Hellyer Park is great for biking and roller blading as well as walking. Access the trail from several points, including Stonegate Park along Tuers Road or from the County's Hellyer Park.

The county’s website, provides maps of the reaches within its jurisdiction.

Trail Details

Master Plans

Trail Closures
Be aware that some reaches of the trail system may be impacted by planned and current Trail Closures.