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The EWEB Path runs for a little under three miles along a utility corridor in a residential part of Springfield, Oregon. The trail, which gets its name from the Eugene Water & Electric Board utility company, spans from Pioneer Parkway in the west (and the Rosa Parks Path that runs alongside that road) to a water filtration plant in the east, offering access to a number of neighborhoods along the way. The trail provides a safe and convenient off-road route to Elizabeth Page Elementary School and the adjacent Page Park, perfect for families in the adjoining neighborhoods, and also serves as a popular local exercise route, giving residents a great place to walk their dogs, jog, or enjoy a leisurely bike ride.
Parking is available outside of normal school hours along the trail at Page Elementary School and Page Park, located at 1300 Hayden Bridge Road.
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