Mission City Bike Trail

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The Mission City Bike Trail passes through the small city of San Fernando along the active metrolink tracks, roughly paralleling San Fernando Blvd. The trail connects residential neighborhoods to the commercial uses along San Fernando and parks in addition to the San Fernando Sylmar light rail station. The trail received the 1998 Project of the Year award from the Southern California Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA). The entire bikeway within the city is fully landscaped and lighted. You may take the metrolink and travel up to Lancaster, Santa Clarita, Sunland, Burbank, Glendale, or downtown Los Angeles. You can also take south Maclay Avenue to Pico Street and visit our historic Casa de Lopez Adobe located across from the historic Saint Ferdinand's Church. If you've been on the bike all day and want to freshen up you can also visit our Regional Aquatic Pool Facility located at Recreation Park. The pool facility features a competitive lap pool and a water slide and splash zone for the kids.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking is available at Sylmar/San Fernando Metrolink station located at Hubbard Street and Frank Modugno , additional parking is located in parking lot at Maclay Avenue and First Street and at Recreation Park, located on First Street and Park Avenue. From the 210 freeway, you may exit off Hubbard Street and travel west until you get to Frank Modugno to the Sylmar/Metrolink station. From the 210 freeway, you may also exit off Maclay Street and travel west until you get to the parking lot located at Maclay Avenue and First Street. From the 118 freeway, you may exit off San Fernando Road and travel north, you may make a right turn on Wolkskill/Jessie Street to go to the parking at Recreation Park, or you may continue and make a right turn on Maclay Avenue to get to the parking lot on Maclay Avenue and First Street, or you may continue and make a right turn on Hubbard to get to the Sylmar/San Fernando Metrolink station on Hubbard Avenue and Frank Modugno.

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