Sutter Commuter Bikeway

California

Sutter Commuter Bikeway Facts

States: California
Counties: Sutter
Length: 4.65 miles
Trail end points: Hooper Road (Terra Buena) and Acacia Road (Sutter)
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 6132450
Trail activities: Bike, Wheelchair Accessible, Mountain Biking, Walking

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Sutter Commuter Bikeway Description

The Sutter Bike Path follows a short portion of the old Sacramento Northern Railroad and runs a straight line between Hooper Road and Acacia Avenue. The trail links to bike lanes at Hooper Road, which extend to Butte House Road into Yuba City. The trail passes through farmland with occasional trees along the corridor. At Acacia Avenue cyclists can pick up a bike lane north to Sutter High School.

Parking and Trail Access

There is a paved parking area at Humphrey Road, closer to the Sutter end of the trail. You can also park in Sutter across from the trail's end point.

Sutter Commuter Bikeway Reviews

A short trail between the towns of Yuba City and Sutter. Fairly uncrowded most of the time and a straight shot down the old railroad bed. Scenery includes some neighborhoods, orchards, rice fields and any manor of birds. Always in view of the smallest mountain range in the world, the Sutter Buttes.

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