Map of the recreational trails in Fresno


Recreational Trails in Fresno, Clovis & Reedley, California

Fresno, California map area

Fresno, California

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Clovis Old Town Trail

Dry Creek Trail

Enterprise Trail

Fresno-Clovis Rail Trail

Gould Canal Trail

Lewis E. Eaton Trail

Reedley Community Parkway

Tom MacMichael Sr. Loop Trail




Fresno is located along the San Joaquin River in the San Joaquin Valley of Central California. This region is a vast agricultural area that is just west of the Sierra Nevada mountains. Fresno is 115 miles southeast of Stockton and 75 miles southwest of Yosemite National Park.

Fresno has a number of recreational trails for bike riding, running and walking.

Clovis Old Town Trail

The Clovis Old Town Trail is a 6-mile long paved pathway that crosses through the heart of Clovis. The trail follows an abandoned railroad right-of-way alongside Clovis Avenue from a point north of E. Shields Avenue to Sierra Avenue. At that point the trail angles to the northwest away from Clovis Avenue, tucks under the Sierra Freeway, Herndon Avenue and N. Villa Avenue to reach N. Willow Avenue to the north of W. Nees Avenue. At this point, it meets up with the 2.7-mile long paved multi-use path that follows alongside N. Willow Avenue as far as E.Copper Avenue.

Dry Creek Trail &

The Dry Creek Trail is a 2.6-mile long paved pathway that connects to the Clovis Old Town Trail at a point near N. Village Avenue. The Dry Creek Trail goes past Dry Creek Park at ends at E. Shepherd Avenue and N. Sunnyside Avenue. There is a trailhead with parking at this location.

Enterprise Trail

The Enterprise Trail is a paved pathway that follows alongside the canal in Clovis. The trail goes past residential neighborhoods and farmland.

Gould Canal Trail

The Gould Canal Trail is a 3-mile long unpaved pathway that follows alongside the canal from Ashlan Avenue to a point west of N. De Wolf Avenue.

Lewis E. Eaton Trail

The Lewis E. Eaton Trail is a 4-mile long paved pathway adjacent to N. Friant Road located on the north side of the Fresno/Clovis area. The trail travels between Woodward Park and San Joaquin River Parkway and Conservation Trust on Old Friant Road.

The Lewis E. Eaton Trail has few road crossings and ins adjacent to open lands near the San Joaquin River, providing an excellent opportunity of a family bike ride.

Reedley Community Parkway

The Reedley Community Parkway is a 3-mile long paved pathway located in the community of Reedley to the south of Fresno. The pathway was constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of-way and passes through the middle of the small city. This pathway extends between the Kings River and S. Buttonwillow Avenue.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails for bike riding, running and walking in Fresno, California.

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Central California

Below is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in Central California.

Many additional recreational trails are displayed on the maps for each city or county