Calaveras River Bike Path

California

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Calaveras River Bike Path Facts

States: California
Counties: San Joaquin
Length: 6.71 miles
Trail end points: Brookside School on Brookside Rd. and Holman Rd. and E. McAllen Rd.; Cherokee Rd.
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 6533658

Calaveras River Bike Path Description

Coursing alongside one of Stockton's levees, the Calaveras River Bike Trail services many neighborhoods and provides access to many amenities in the San Joaquin Valley city. The east–west corridor connects many educational institutions, including local neighborhood schools, Stagg High School, University of the Pacific and San Joaquin Delta College.

While paved, surface conditions can be affected by rain and sediment deposition on the trail surface. University of Pacific students annually conduct service days to clean the trail surrounding their campus, ensuring a quality experience in the central portion of the trail.

Parking and Trail Access

There are no official parking locations for the Calaveras River Bike Path, but parking may be available along local neighborhood streets. Be sure to obey any posted parking restrictions.

Calaveras River Bike Path Reviews

I don’t recommend this trail

s

I just got back from trying this trail out and I was very disappointed!! I started off Cherokee and the trail starts near there. Not even 2 miles Ahead you will find the homeless on both sides of creek. I counted almost 2 dozen. They were definitely not happy I was there. As I go along I’m passing project housing and run down apartment buildings. My buddy was robbed by the homeless so I was very uncomfortable. I turned around and went back to my truck and left. Trail is paved pretty flat for the most part. I really started liking the trail but I’m too uncomfortable. Anyway try it out and maybe you’ll end up liking the trail. Be safe

Only decent place to ride in Stockton

s

All the other trails are either 50+ year old asphalt that is literally full of potholes and eroded surface, or shared with 50+ mph traffic. This is the only remotely safe place to ride in Stockton until their new bike master plan is complete. That's not slated to be finished until 2035, so this is where you will be biking in Stockton for the next 15 years!

no stopping!

s

The best part of this trail is that there is no street crossing required for the entire length of the trail. The quality of the asphalt is lacking though, re-pavement would be great, though as an inline skater I'm especially picky on this. Also, be ready for some strong winds!

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