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The Miller Creek Trail is a short paved path that runs on the former alignment of Lucas Valley Road. The trail follows both its namesake creek and the newer alignment of Lucas Valley Road on the outskirts of Jerry Russom Memorial Park. The short but scenic trail passes through a naturally shaded area due to the abundance of trees throughout. Bike lanes on Lucas Valley Road allow cyclists to continue farther west to Westgate Drive.
Limited parking is available at the western trailhead on Lucas Valley Road (across from Mt. Lassen Drive).
This trail doesn't look anything like the photo above. This is essentially Old Lucas Valley Rd and it is rough and very inclined laterally in many places. I have a lightweight disability scooter and it was rough for me. For strong walkers it would be a nice short walk (2/3 mile ea direction) with brush and trees on both sides, and the creek between the pavement and the main road, mostly a good dog walk (with receptacles for poop at each end which not everyone is using). It is true that there is no parking on the west end M-F and little at the east end at any time. So it's basically mostly for the neighborhood, not so much the public.
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