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The Roadrunner Trail forms an almost a complete loop in Mesquite, connecting neighborhoods, schools and several parks. Be sure to bring water and be prepared for little shade along the route.
Beginning at Desert Rose Park—which offers a covered picnic pavilion and restrooms—you can travel counterclockwise about 4 miles through the city. You'll skirt along a residential area and next arrive at Jensen Trailside Park, where parking, restrooms and a drinking fountain are available, as well as a dog park, playground and picnic area.
As the trail begins to make its circuit and turn east, you'll traverse Hafen Park—a nice place for a rest with a fishing pond and views of the mountains. Heading north, you'll hit three more parks on your journey northward: Pulsipher Park, Library Park and Old Mill Park. The trail ends at Woodbury Lane.
Parking is available at Jensen Trailside Park (770 Second South St.), Hafen Park (450 W. Hafen Lane), Pulsipher Park (303 2nd S. St.) and Library Park (121 W. First North St.).
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