Sheridan Pathway Trails

Wyoming

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Sheridan Pathway Trails Facts

States: Wyoming
Counties: Sheridan
Length: 13.2 miles
Trail end points: Malcome Wallop Park and South Park
Trail surfaces: Concrete
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 12192976

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Sheridan Pathway Trails Description

The City of Sheridan is home to over 13 miles of walking and biking paths. These hard-surface paths criss-cross the city, stretching north to south and east to west, and providing ample options for folks seeking a work out, a place for a leisurely stroll or a non-motorized commute to different local destinations. In particular, the trails strategically connect to and travel through city's major parks displaying Sheridan's best flora and fauna, including Kendrick Park, Black Tooth Park, South Park and Hume Draw Mavrakis Pond. While the trails are not seamless, there are on-street connections between them so the journey need not end because one segment of trail has.

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