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The Yuma Project was constructed in 1915 as an irrigation system in order to help provide water for individual homes and farms. Today this canal system serves over 94,000 people. The East Main Canal Path was constructed alongside the East Main Canal and provides Yuma residents with 5.9 miles of outdoor recreation access. The East Main Canal Path at its northern endpoint connects with the Yuma Crossing Bike Path, giving trail users access to another 3.4 miles of outdoor recreation space.
There are several notable sights along the East Main Canal Path including Friendship Park, Desert Hills Golf Course, Kofa High School, and numerous residential neighborhoods.
There are several parking options available in the Yuma region. Please see TrailLink Map for more information.
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