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When complete, the Crosstowne Trail will be an east-west non-motorized path reaching from one end of West Valley City to the other. At present, the trail exists in two disconnected segments. The west segment starts on the side of the Kennecott Canal and heads northwest to Daybury Drive. From there it heads east along Lake Park Boulevard, bisecting Stonebridge Golf Course. The trail continues along Parkway Boulevard to its stopping point at Bangerter Highway/ SR 154.
The eastern portion of the trail begins with a loop around Decker Lake. The trail emerges from the park on the east side, at the corner of Research Way and Decker Lane. The trail, paved with center striping and intermittent signage, follows Research way, crossing from the south to the north side of the street at Decker Lake Drive. At Redwood Road, the trail begins to parallel the TRAX Green Line (light rail line), diverging to enter Redwood Nature Area, where it meets the Jordan River Parkway Trail. That trail travels 48 miles, north to Salt Lake City and south to Utah Lake.
Decker Lake Park has a gravel parking lot, but no restrooms or water fountains are available. (2310 West Research Way)
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