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Santiago Creek Bike Trail

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With the completion of construction in January 2012 of both the southern and northern segments, the Santiago Creek Bike Trail (SCBT) is now complete. The SCBT consists of a paved trail alongside the Santiago Creek that spans 6 miles from Hart Park to Cannon St. A branch of the trail also continues north in a City owned right-of-way from Walnut Avenue to Collins Avenue where it connects to the City of Villa Park. The trail includes one pedestrian bridge south of Chapman Ave. near Yorba Park, and one pedestrian bridge south of Walnut Ave. near the Grijalva Park Sports Center. Bicyclists, joggers, and nature lovers will enjoy views of the creek's native vegetation and natural habitat. The Santiago Creek Bike Trail also provides links to three City of Orange Parks; Grijalva, Yorba, and Hart Parks, which provide ample parking and easy access to the trail.

Construction of the Santiago Creek Bike Trail was funded by several sources including but not limited to: Federal and State grants, Prop 1B, OC Parks, and City Park Acquisition and Development Fees.

Contact Us

For more information about the Santiago Creek Bike Trail, please contact the Community Services Department at (714) 744-7264.

This page was last updated in March 2012.

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