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Note: Escondido Creek Bike Path has closed from Hickory to East of Date due to the installation of new recycled water pipes. Please contact Mark Lewis, city of Escondido Field Engineering Inspector II, at (760) 807-1121; Wayne Papac, MBL Project Construction Manager at (619) 247-7828; or Greg Gomez, Resident Engineer, at (760) 902-7249 with any questions.
This paved trail along Escondido Creek can help residents commute to the Escondido Transit Center or to local services, as well as providing a pleasant opportunity for recreation. The trail connects to the Inland Rail Trail at the Transit Center, which will eventually run along the Sprinter line toward the coast in Oceanside. (The current Inland Rail Trail runs to a point past Palomar College in San Marcos.)
The creek is channelized through urban Escondido, and the trail hugs the edge. A small gap in the trail between N. Quince Street and N. Broadway can be bridged via N. Quince Street, busy W. Valley Parkway and N. Broadway.
Free parking for the Escondido Creek Bike Path is available at the Escondido Transit Center (700 W. Valley Parkway).
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