Yuma Crossing Bike Path (Colorado River Levee Multi-Use Path)

Trail Map

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To the eastern trailhead: From I-8 take the Winterhaven Drive/4th Avenue Exit and turn (right or left) south. After 0.5 mile turn left onto 1st St. Go 0.3 mile and turn left onto North Madison Ave. Go one block and turn right onto North Gila St. The trailhead is on the left just a few hundred feet ahead.

To the western trailhead: From I-8 take the Winterhaven Drive/4th Avenue Exit and turn (right or left) south. After 0.5 mile turn right onto 1st St. Go 1.3 miles and turn right onto North 22nd Ave. Go one block and turn left onto Colorado St. The trailhead is on the right in Joe Henry Memorial Park.

Parking and Trail Access

To the eastern trailhead: From I-8 take the Winterhaven Drive/4th Avenue Exit and turn (right or left) south. After 0.5 mile turn left onto 1st St. Go 0.3 mile and turn left onto North Madison Ave. Go one block and turn right onto North Gila St. The trailhead is on the left just a few hundred feet ahead.

To the western trailhead: From I-8 take the Winterhaven Drive/4th Avenue Exit and turn (right or left) south. After 0.5 mile turn right onto 1st St. Go 1.3 miles and turn right onto North 22nd Ave. Go one block and turn left onto Colorado St. The trailhead is on the right in Joe Henry Memorial Park.

Reviews

Adding 2 more miles

   January, 2013 by flinterlude

They are adding two more miles right now. The trail will go from Gateway Park along a levee just next to the 400 acre wetlands restoration called Yuma East Wetlands. It should open in February 2013. read more

Yuma Crossing and East Main Canal Bike Path

   December, 2007 by noeljkelller

28 Nov 07 Regarding the Yuma Crossing Trail. I found an excellent Scenic Trail along the Colorado River just under 2 miles long. Starting below Yuma Territorial Prison Historical State Park under the RR Bridge at a boat launch N32.72807 W114.61574 to ...read more

Yuma Crossing Bike Path

   October, 2007 by

This bike path is actually 7.5 miles. It begins on 1st Street and Madison Ave and continues through 40th Street. Good place to ride for beginners. read more