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The Mid-Town Trail connects numerous neighborhoods in the community of McKinleyville on California's north coast. Morris Elementary School is also nearby from Bates Road.
The paved trail is a great non-motorized alternative for residents of the immediate area that are traveling in the north/south direction. It connects up with street infrastructure that allows trail users access to the main part of town, or to connect with the larger network of trails, such as the Hammond Trail (which lies about a mile west of the Mid-Town Trail).
Only street parking is available for this trail.
North end trail access: From McKinleyville Avenue, turn onto Parkside Drive; the trail is at the end of the road.
South end trail access: From Central or McKinleyville Avenues, you can reach the trail's entrance on Railroad Avenue.
Mid-trail access: Several points, including Merganser Drive, Chickadee Court, Bates Road and Fernwood Drive.
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