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The Heritage Route 66 Bike Trail is a 4.4-mile multi-use trail connecting the two villages of Williamsville and Sherman. The 10-foot-wide trail provides safe access and non-motorized access for residents and users to enjoy. Passing through woods and fields, the trail increases community connections and provides opportunities for both recreation and alternative methods for commuting.
The villages hope that in the future the trail could be a component of the Route 66 Trail, which connects Chatham with Springfield and Sherman. The village of Sherman is working to come up with a way to connect the trail to Sherman Village Park (1200 Rail Fence Road).
The trailhead in Williamsville is on W Conrey Street, not far from Williamsville High School. An older limestone trail begins at the high school and circles Lake Williamsville for more than two miles. The trailhead in Sherman is near the intersection of Andrew Road and Bahr Road.
Parking is available in Sherman at Waldrop Park (3420 E Andrew Rd) just down the road from the trailhead.
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