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The Furness Parkway Path follows along a former street-car line right-of-way through the neighborhoods of Northern and Southern Hayden Heights in St Paul. The trail is made up of two paths that meander side-by-side while occasionally crisscrossing each other. Ranging from 8 to 10-feet-wide, this paved gently-graded trail is well-lit and is lined with trees, benches, and trash receptacles. Towards the northern end of the route, the multi-use path meanders through Furness Parkway.
Furness Parkway is a 16-block linear park in the Hayden Heights neighborhood on the east side of Saint Paul just west of McKnight Road.
Parking is available near the northern end of the trail at Goodrich Park (1960 N St Paul Rd, Maplewood), which also has a playground (1930 N St Paul Rd), tennis courts, baseball/softball fields, a running track, restrooms, and a warming house. Additional parking is available midway along the trail at the Hayden Heights Recreation Center (1965 Hoyt Ave E, St Paul).
The city's public transportation network, Metro Transit, also serves the trail's route. Local bus routes 54, 64, 80, 219, and 270 all offer connections to the trail. Find more information on the Metro Transit website.
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