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The S. Lawrence Trafficway Trail loosely follows the S. Lawrence Trafficway—also known as State Route 10—on the outskirts of the city of Lawrence. The trail passes by new residential developments, parks, farmland and wetland over its nearly 12-mile length. A portion of the trail winds through the Clinton Lake emergency spillway, a deep gorge cut into the rolling landscape.
This trail is a key segment of the of the developing 22-mile Lawrence Loop around the city.
Dedicated parking for the S. Lawrence Trafficway Trail is available at the northern trailhead on N. 1750 Road. Trail users can also park at the Baker University Wetlands on the southern end of the trail 1365 N 1250 Rd, Lawrence. The wetlands comprise of 927 acres of preserved land in south Lawrence.
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