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Providing a crucial off-road route in Simi Valley, the Arroyo Simi Bike Path (also known as the Arroyo Simi Greenway) is a flat and well-paved trail that provides a great route for commuting and recreation. The trail begins at Tierra Rejada Road on the west side of Simi Valley. The start of the trail is unpaved, but the rest is asphalt marked with two lanes.
The trail chiefly follows the route of the Arroyo Simi, a small waterway that flows through the valley, and passes by numerous residential areas and stores. Although the trail runs through urban areas and along rail corridors, parts of the trail have lovely views of the surrounding mountains in the distance. From Madera Road to E. Los Angeles Avenue and from 1st Street to Sequoia Avenue, the trail splits and travels along both sides of the arroyo. Everywhere else, the trail only goes along the north side.
The trail on the south side passes by Rancho Simi Community Park, which features a duck pond and contains parking and restrooms. Just west of the Simi Valley train station, the trail splits, with one branch following a dry creek bed to Cochran Street. The other branch continues along Arroyo Simi past the train station, ending at Yosemite Avenue.
Parking is available at Rancho Simi Community Park (1765 Royal Ave.) and Simi Valley train station (5050 E. Los Angeles Ave.). The Simi Valley station is also accessible by Metrolink and Amtrak trains.
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