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An urban pathway located in the heart of Las Cruces, the Willoughby Trail follows a concrete corridor utilized for water retention and flood control right alongside Main Street in the city's center. The desert climate means you might not see much water or greenery along the trail, and the actual path skews far more on the utilitarian side than the scenic side - it may not be much to look at, but it does help you get around town without a car. The trail's southern end terminates near the city's main government complex, where city hall, the police and fire department headquarters, and the downtown public library are located. Tightly-spaced bollards are located at every cross street along the trail, making the trail difficult to access for cyclists and wheelchair users.
No dedicated trail parking is available; parking may be available at the lot for the public library and Albert Johnson Park, located at the intersection of Picacho Avenue and Main Street. Be sure to follow any posted parking signs and regulations.
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