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Big Dry Creek Trail in Arvada (not be confused with similarly named trails in Westminster and Littleton) is a multi-use pathway tucked into the northwest corner of the Denver suburb. The trail features both hard surfaces for pedestrians and wheeled users, and soft surfaces more welcoming to users on horseback. The path travels east-west through the Candelas residential subdivisions which push up against the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge. Following the creek, the trail also provides access to neighborhood parks and schools.
Parking is available at the south entrance of the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge, located at 16511 W. 95th Lane, Arvada.
Local parks, Church's Crossing (19871 W 94th Ave.) and Maverick Mesa (16960 W 94th Ave.) also have parking spaces.
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