Parks, After School, Recreation & Community Services

The City of Fresno, Parks, After School, Recreation and Community Services Department offers several trails for the community to enjoy at their leisure. Check them out below and visit one for your next walk!
Lewis S. Eaton Trail:

This trail begins on the Northwest corner of Woodward Park (Friant Road and Audubon Drive) and runs parallel to Friant Road. The trail is currently 4 miles long and provides convenient access to walking, running, cycling, horseback riding, wheelchair access, and nature observation along the San Joaquin River.

Parking: Woodward Park, North Gate Parking Lot
Bus Service: Route #30 (equipped with bike racks) stops at Audubon
Facilities: Drinking fountains and restrooms are located inside the park and 2 miles North on the trail.
Amenities: Benches, bridges, trees and beautiful scenery of the San Joaquin River, foothills and the Sierra Mountains.
Sugar Pine Trail:

This trail begins at Fresno Street and Nees Avenue and runs along Friant Road to Shepherd, then East to Willow. The trail then continues South along Willow and runs Southeast in the City of Clovis. The trail is paved and includes over 4,400 trees planted by 3,000 volunteers setting a Guinness World Record! The trail offers a mixture of deciduous and evergreen trees so there will always be something to see for the many joggers, bikers, and families just strolling along.

Access: The trail is accessible for cycling, running, walking, rollerblading, horseback riding, and wheel chairs.
Amenities: Paved trail, benches and a large variety of trees.