Baseline Road to Eastern Canal Path

Arizona

4 Reviews

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Baseline Road to Eastern Canal Path Facts

States: Arizona
Counties: Maricopa
Length: 3.3 miles
Trail end points: E. Baseline Rd. and Eastern Canal Path
Trail surfaces: Concrete
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 6463714

Baseline Road to Eastern Canal Path Description

This trail passes through a landscaped greenway in an overhead electric utility corridor though the city of Gilbert, just outside Mesa and Phoenix. The trail runs from a junction with the Eastern Canal Path at its namesake waterway in Crossroads Park north to Baseline Road. The trail passes through a number of residential communities and provides an excellent recreational opportunity for nearby residents, while providing a connection to the numerous businesses along Baseline Road.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking and restrooms for the Baseline Road to Eastern Canal Path are available at Crossroads Park (2155 E. Knox Road) in Gilbert.

Baseline Road to Eastern Canal Path Reviews

Best skate I’ve had in a long time!

So, we decided to meet at Crossroads Park. Unfortunately, there is no pavement from the parking lot to the trail. Luckily, I brought a small pack to put my shoes in. The first section is what I used to dream about when I was younger, and skated hours every day. Super wide path, very smooth concrete, and partly under trees. Not too many people at all. The older parts of the trail aren’t as smooth, or as shady, but they were still great. We skated up to Baseline, and back to the park. Fantastic ride!

LONGER PAVED PATH

The paved area starts at Broadway Road and goes all the way to Pecos and Lindsey a couple of blocks south Zanjero park about 11 miles

Love this Trail

I ride this trail several times a month. It's accessible about a mile from my house. I take it south to the park just south of the 202. It is paved all the way and most crossing have traffic lights that allow you to cross safely. Just past Warner you can pick up another path north and access other trails. I would recommend this trail.

Not a good trail

We couldn't really find the entrance. When we did find the trail it was hard to stay on it because it zigzagged. When we got to the last leg of the trail there was a no trespassing sign and it said no biking. We had to turn around and go back. I wouldn't recommend this trail.

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