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Dellwood Park

From You6118.84 Mi
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Created (yyyy-mm-dd)2015-12-10
Created Byschmeck
  • Paved
  • Soft
  • Running
  • Hiking
  • Mountain Biking
  • Walking
  • Road Cycling
  • ElliptiGO
  • Bathrooms
  • Parking
  • Hills
  • Flat
  • Loop
  • Out And Back
  • Good For Workouts
  • Baby-Jogger Friendly
  • Has Playground
  • Family Friendly
  • Dog Friendly
Street Crossings
  • None
Max Distance7-10
Volume of Use
  • Steady
DescriptionPark with Paved and Limestone trails. About 3 miles of trails in the park but also has trail access to the I and M Canal trail which goes about 3 miles to the south and 10 miles to the North (A few street crossings) connecting with Centennial trail

From the parking lot go North (right) to access the paved trails or South (Left) to access the Limestone trails. Both trails connect in about a 3 mile loop within the park. If you go South (Left) you will go down a hill or stairs and be able to go left into the park or right to access the I and M Canal Trail.

If you go toward the I & M Canal trail you will go through a short wooded/hilly section that is more of a hiking trail but is passable on a bike. It will take you over some train tracks and the I&M canal trail is on the other side. If you turn left after the tracks there is about 3 miles of trail and if you go right there is about 10 miles of trail. If you go right after about 1.2 miles the trail appears to end behind some buildings but keep going along the pavement and in a short distance you will see the trail resume. After about 5 miles the trail appears to end again but if you turn right and follow the bike path signs you will go up to the main road and then go over the bridge. Once over the bridge it turns into the Centennial trail and becomes paved and wooded. At mile 8 the trail splits again and you can go North (left) on the Veterans Memorial trail or keep going straight for another 2 miles.

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