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The Shirley Heritage Trail provides easy access to recreational opportunities while celebrating the history of the Town of Shirley.
At about a mile long, the trail runs east along South Railroad Street from the Jane Ross Reeves Octagon House towards City Park, the town's park located at 200 South St. Looping around the park, the trail continues behind the ball diamonds and around the playground, before heading north up 2nd Street and merging back onto South Railroad Street, where the trail connects back into itself.
The trail is an 8-foot-wide asphalt path, except for a short section on Railroad Street east of First Street painted in red. Benches and panels recounting the town’s history are placed periodically along the along the trail, which briefly runs on a former Pennsylvania rail corridor.
Parking is available by City Park at 200 South St, Shirley.
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