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Patch Guide to Oak Creek Biking and Walking Trails

The community has many biking and walking trails for you and your family to explore.

With temperatures starting to fall and bugs in hibernation, now is the perfect time to enjoy a kaleidoscopic scene of bright autumn colors. Grab a friend, your bikes or walking shoes and head out to one of Oak Creek’s many trails and recreational pathways to crunch some just-fallen leaves.

    • Location: 1311 E. Drexel Ave.
    • Features: a nature area and recreational pathway for walking and biking
    • Location: 7385 S. Chapel Dr.
    • Features: 0.40-mile trail
    • Location: 8965 S. Carollton Dr.
    • Features: 0.53-mile trail  
    • Location: 6735 S. Highfield Dr.
    • Features: a nature area and 0.62-mile trail
    • Location: 2225 W. Sycamore Ave.
    • Features: a nature area and 0.44-mile trail
    • Location: 3871 Bluestem Dr.
    • Features: 0.19-mile trail
    • Location: 9330 S. Shepard Ave.
    • Features: 0.85-mile trail
    • Location: 801 E. Marquette Ave.
    • Features: a nature area and 0.41-mile trail
    • Location: 10420 S. McGraw Dr.
    • Features: 0.45-mile trail
    • Location: 315 E. Groveland Dr.
    • Features: a nature area and recreational pathway for walking and biking
    • Location: 401 W. Centennial Dr.
    • Features: 0.50-mile trail
    • Location: 2801 Honeysuckle Dr.
    • Features: a nature area and 0.58-mile trail
    • Location: 9299 S. 22nd St.
    • Features: 0.30-mile trail
    • Location: 1111 W. Weatherly Dr.
    • Features: 0.41-mile trail

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