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Camada Trail Promotes Safety,Accessto Laguna Creek Trail

Elk Grove, CA – A new, paved trail opened this week in Elk Grove, providing residents in the Rancho Grande neighborhood with direct  to the Laguna Creek Trail.

The new, 100‐foot Camada Trail is located at the end of Camada Court. residents the area no longer have to cross busy thoroughfares—like Elk Grove Blvd. and Elk Grove‐Florin Road—to access the Laina Creek Trail.  Previously a dirt path on private property,the City of Elk Grove recently acquired the land to accommodate the $115,000 project.

The project was spearheaded by the City of Elk Grove’s Trails Committee, a Council‐appointed body responsible for developing an exemplary multi‐use trail system that provides connectivity throughout the city to offer recreational opportunities and an alternative method for transportation for Elk Grove residents.

“The Camada Trail is yet another step in the right direction in developing an interconnected  trails system to promote recreation,fitness opportunities and alternative transportation in Elk Grove,” said  mayor Gary Davis. “I applaud the City of Elk Grove’s Trails Committee for continuing to identify innovative, rich connections within our trails system.”
Making its way from Bond Road to Waterman Road through the center of Elk Grove,the Laguna Creek Trail is a popular route featuring two miles of paved, off‐street trails for biking, running, horseback riding or just a leisurely stroll. With its 10‐foot‐wide surface, decomposed granite shoulders and equestrian staging areas, the trail accommodates a variety of uses.

One of Elk Grove’s most scenic trails, every section offers diverse and plentiful vegetation and wildlife – from the Swainson’s hawks and blue herons to popcorn flowers and tulles. With the addition of Jack Hill Park Bridge in 2008, Laguna Creek Trail is also one ofthe City’s Safe Routes to School, providing easy access forstudents at Elk Grove Elementary and Kerr Middle Schools as well as Albiani Middle School and Pleasant GroveHigh School at a bit of a distance.  Creek Trail offers access to Old Town Elk Grove, Camden Lake, andmany shopping and dining centers including Bond and ElkGrove‐Florin,the Bell South Shopping Center, Bond Plaza and the Save Mart Shopping Center.

For more information about the Elk Grove trail ssystem, visit www.elkgrovecity.org/trails.


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