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A network of paved off-road trails crisscrossing the City of Princeton offers opportunities for both recreation and commuting. This trail network provides a safer and more pleasant way to navigate the city as a pedestrian or bicyclist. Locals can walk or bike to work, to the grocery store, or to visit a friend.
There are four trails that make up the city's trail system: the Princeton Trail, the Heritage Trail, the Tiger Trail, and the Toyota Trail. All have multiple access points and a smooth, paved surface with a low elevation grade. Most of the routes use sidewalks and are typically 6-to-8ft wide. The trails are likely accessible for someone using a mobility aid and for families with strollers. There are sign posts with the names of the trails along the route.
The Princeton Trail (Archer Rd to Spruce St by Lafayette Park)
The Heritage Trail (Lafayette Park to Brumfield Ave & Ford St)
The Tiger Trail (Brumfield Ave & Main St to Warnock St & Main St)
The Toyota Trail (Brumfield Ave & West St to Broadway St & West St)
Parking is available at a large public lot (300 W Broadway St) with entrances around the corner on North Hall Street.
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