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Like its name suggests, this is a circular pedestrian and bike trail in Winchester, Virginia. A popular trail, the trails appeal lies not just in its lovely landscaping, or simply as a welcoming space for physical activity, but as a conduit connecting destinations of natural, historic and recreational interest in the city. Notable stops along the path include Abrams Creek Wetlands Preserve; Shawnee Springs, site of the largest civil war field hospital, Old Town Winchester, Jim Barnett Park and many others.
The trail project was more than two decades ago as an important transportation and tourism asset. So far, 5.3 of the envisioned 6.3 miles have been constructed. Five sections of the trail are currently open to users:
There are plenty of parking options along the different trail segments: there is on-street parking available along most of the trail. Additional locations include along various segments include:
Town Run Linear Park Phase 1: Jim Barnett Park (1001 E Cork St); Winchester-Frederick County Visitor Center (1400 S Pleasant Valley Rd); Shawnee Springs Preserve (Hollingsworth Dr).
Town Run Linear Park Phase 2: Court Square Autopark (E Boscawen St)
Old Town Winchester: Downtown parking garages
Abrams Creek Wetland Preserve: Abrams Crossing commercial area
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