ENVIRONMENT

Walking Paths

 Walking is a great way to get some exercise! The only equipment you need are your legs and some walking shoes! Below you will find a listing of some walking paths in our parks. Don’t see your favorite park listed? Let us know!

WALKING PATHS (Distances are Approximated)

Bioswales are landscape elements designed to prevent the flow of pollutants into fresh water ecosystems. Rain and surface runoff are diverted in to the bioswale where it collects and slowly filters through the soil layers, finally exiting below the earth’s surface throughout ground water and man-made storm systems. The East Avenue Bioswale demonstrates a natural way to manage storm water in an urban setting. This location was chosen because rainwater naturally collects there.

AUSTIN GARDENS 4 laps ≈ 1mile
BARRIE PARK 3 laps ≈ 1 mile
EUCLID SQUARE PARK 4 laps ≈ 1 mile
LINDBERG PARK 2 laps ≈ 1 mile
LONGFELLOW PARK 3 laps ≈ 1mile
MAPLE PARK 2 lap ≈ 1 mile
MILLS PARK 6 laps ≈ 1 mile
SCOVILLE PARK 3 laps ≈ 1 mile
TAYLOR PARK 2 laps ≈1 mile
FIELD PARK 3 laps ≈1 mile
STEVENSON PARK 5 laps ≈1 mile

IDEAS FOR A LONGER TRIP

  • Austin Gardens to Lindberg Park         2.1 miles roundtrip
  • Barrie Park to Euclid Square Park        1.8 miles roundtrip
  • Field Park to Taylor Park                        1.3 miles roundtrip
  • Longfellow Park to Euclid Square Park      2.2 miles roundtrip
  • Lindberg Park to Taylor Park                1.4 miles roundtrip
  • Maple Park to Fox Park                         2.3 miles roundtrip
  • Stevenson Park to Andersen Park      1.8 miles roundtrip
  • Taylor Park to RCRC                              2.0 miles roundtrip

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