Black Rascal Creek Bikeway

California

Black Rascal Creek Bikeway Facts

States: California
Counties: Merced
Length: 4.5 miles
Trail end points: Mariner Way and Creekview Dr. and Bear Creek Bikeway at W. Olive Ave. and Snelling Hwy./SR 59
Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Concrete
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 6521171
Trail activites: Bike, Wheelchair Accessible, Walking

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Black Rascal Creek Bikeway Description

The Black Rascal Creek Bikeway follows the course of the small waterway through residential neighborhoods on the north side of Merced. The trail provides access to the Merced Mall and Black Rascal Creek Park, where amenities such as drinking fountains, restrooms and parking can be found. A convenient spur also grants access to Fahrens Park.

At the trail's western end, pick up the Bear Creek Bikeway to follow a parallel route farther south.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking for the Black Rascal Creek Bikeway is available in Rahilly Park (3400 Parsons Avenue).

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