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The Blairsville Riverfront Trail is a scenic woodland trail located along the Conemaugh River. The property the trail was built on is owned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, who maintain a flood-control dam some several miles downstream. Because of the periodic flooding, the trail is made up of a durable tar-and-chip trail surface. Thus trail users should not enter the property during periods of high water. In addition to walking, running and cycling; the surrounding property is open to hunting. Trail users should exercise caution when using the trail during hunting seasons and should wear something visible. The trail is also part of an overall community revitalization effort and many historic buildings can still be seen. Restaurants, coffee shop and other stores are all a short distance from the path.
The trail is easily located and accessed on the intersection of West Market Street and South Water Street before the bridge.
Stopped at this trail while in the area. Nice trail runs from the Blairsville Memorial Veterans Park on West Brown Street to Wyotech Park.
Asphalt trail is a little bumpy/rough in some areas and is 1.7 miles in length along the Conemaugh River. Very shaded. Off the trail there are some ballfields. This day the trail was used by walkers, dog walkers and joggers and found the people to be friendly. There is parking at each end of the trail.
Located a block from town square where you can find trail services. This very old historic and quaint town has a new roundabout and gazebo.
Having children with us, this trail was perfect. Nice n wide n the distance was perfect!
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