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  • Trails Clovis Tourist Information and Visitors Center at Tarpey Depot

    Clovis Avenue & Fourth Street Toll Free: (877) 7-CLOVIS

    (877) 725-6847 (559) 324-2084 • Fax: (559) 324-2861

    www.cityofclovis.com © 2007 City of Clovis

    For a variety of brochures about Clovis, or details about all of the events, activities and attractions that make Clovis a great place to live, work and play, just call, visit, or go online.

    Trails you’re welcome to

    walk, hike or cycle through

    Clovis and beyond.

    Guide to the

    of Clovis

    Other trails are more challenging,

    like the Dry Creek Trail, which starts and stops along a natural

    creek bed, or the Enterprise Trail, a wide trail meandering along

    an historic agricultural irrigation canal.

    Though the San Joaquin Valley’s first Native American inhabitants

    may have created stretches of some Clovis trails, most of the trails

    have been developed far more recently, with today’s walkers and

    cyclists in mind.

    Take your pick, map out a course, and begin

    a healthy adventure that can

    last an entire day, or just part

    of a morning. More than 10

    miles of walking and cycling

    trails meander through Clovis,

    and a total of more than 40

    miles of trails are planned.

    Plus, you’ll find plenty of

    public green spaces and

    community parks to stop and

    enjoy along the way.

    Clovis Trails can be walked, hiked or cycled by adults and

    most children. Some trails, like the Clovis Old Town Trail, are

    paved, tree-lined concourses – easy on the feet and wheels,

    with rest stops along the way.

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    Clovis High

    Clovis Elementary

    Woods Elementary

    Dry Creek Elementary

    Cedarwood Elementary

    Weldon Elementary

    Clark Intermediate

    Sierra Vista Elementary

    Red Bank Elementary

    Freedom Elementary

    Tarpey Elementary

    Gettysburg Elementary

    Miramonte Elementary

    Jefferson Elementary

    Mickey Cox Elementary

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    The Trails of Clovis offer a real getaway – a respite from the hurried, hectic life we tend to lead. You’re welcome to walk, hike or cycle through Clovis and beyond.

    Be sure to be careful crossing streets, and be considerate. Remember that some trails are well-maintained and well-marked, and others may begin or end without notice. Watch out for (and stay out of) private property, and be careful to respect and not disturb the folks living nearby.

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    Trails of Clovis

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    Legend (Solid line indicates existing trail, dotted line indicates future trail)

    Trails Clovis Old Town Trail

    Dry Creek Trail

    Enterprise Trail

    Jefferson Trail

    Gould Trail

    Dog Creek Trail

    Loma Vista Paseos

    County Trails

    Greenbelth Paths

    Grade Separated Crossing

    Landmarks Park Future Park

    Wild Fowl Basin

    Rest Stop

    Rest Room

    Drinking Fountain

    Schools A Buchanan

    Educational Center B Woods Elementary C Dry Creek

    Elementary D Cedarwood

    Elementary E Mickey Cox

    Elementary F Weldon Elementary G Clark Intermediate H Sierra Vista

    Elementary I Clovis High J Clovis Elementary K Red Bank

    Elementary L Jefferson Elementary M Freedom Elementary N Tarpey Elementary O Reagan Educational

    Center P Miramonte

    Elementary Q Gettysburg

    Elementary

    Highlights Old Town Trail 1 Wawona Ranch Rest Stop 2 Clovis Botanical Garden 3 Peach/Alluvial Park 4 Dry Creek Point Rest Stop 5 Cottonwood Park 6 John R. Wright Rest Stop Trail Junction 7 Treasure Ingmire Park 8 Sierra Bicentennial Park 9 Tom Stearns Rest Stop 10 Clovis Visitor’s Center at Tarpey Depot 11 Letterman Park 12 Animal Adoption Center 13 Skate Park 14 Rotary Sport Basin 15 Lowe’s Rest Stop 16 Hallowell Rest Stop 17 Basin S 18 Basin S Park 19 Tarpey Village Rest Stop

    Enterprise Trail 20 Deauville Park 21 Alluvial Drain Basin 22 Central Valley Research and Technology

    Business Park 23 Clovis Community Hospital 24 Clovis Fire Department Station 35

    Park Ride 25 Valley Nature Center (Future)

    Misc 26 Loma Visa Village Green

    (Future) 27 Pump Station E 28 Thornburn Park 29 Gettysburg Park 30 Basin 1E 31 Basin 1G

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