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The Toll Gate Creek Trail traverses 12 miles across 3 distinct sections across Aurora, Colorado. There is a 2 mile northern segment that runs through Sand Creek Park. The second section is 6.6 miles and runs from E Alameda Parkway to E Quincy Ave. The third section is 3 miles that runs from E Tufts Cir. to E. Ida Cir.
At the north end of the third section, the Toll Gate Creek Trail connects with the DeLaney Community Farm, a 158-acre scenic property that educates and allows members to sustainably grow agriculture. Here, it connects to the High Line Canal Trail.
Recreational opportunities abound as the trail continues south along a picturesque creek, and passes Tollgate Park, Horseshoe Park and Hampden Run Park. In Horseshoe Park, the trail connects to the Cherry Creek Spillway Trail, the Powerline Trail and the West Toll Gate Creek Trail.
At its northern tip, parking can be found nearby at the Aurora Municipal Center (15151 E. Alameda Parkway); at its southern end, park at the Quincy Reservoir, off Quincy Avenue. Mid-trail, parking is available at Horseshoe Park.
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