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Although short, the scenic Gloria Braunhardt Bike Path travels through forests and pastures full of birds and wildlife. The asphalt pathway parallels the eastern side of the present-day Interstate 95 while following the old interstate roadbed. Although the trail is paved, travelers should note that some access routes to either side are not. In a few places, the trail crosses the Little River, a major tributary to the Parker River, and is maintained by the Parker River Clean Water Association.
Trail signs are located at each end of the trail. On the north end, parking is available in the Park and Ride lot on Storey Avenue (the trail begins across the street on the south side of Storey Avenue).
On the trail's south end, parking is available on Hale Street, a couple hundred yards east of the I-95 overpass.
Many well-marked nature trails are accessible from this bike trail. The shaded trail was a welcomed respite on a hot, sunny summer day. This trail may have been better left as gravel - the asphalt does not do it justice.
I primarily use this trail as a connector to the new Garrison Trail from Hale St. Really great for that. I’ve used it as a scenic rest stop for a snack, and i’ve seen Herons in the swamp.
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