By: Megan Wimberley/Staff Writer
Come one, come all to the Running Water Draw Hike and Bike Trail. The trail has not yet seen its grand opening, but it is still ready to take on both tennis shoes and bicycle tires.
The trail is approximately two miles long. It starts, or finishes, depending on your preference, on Quincy Street, across from the CVS Pharmacy. The trial paved trail takes a winding path to end on Broadway Street, across from the park. The bike trail has two gazebos with benches to rest in the shade, and one water fountain.
The Bike Trail is a great place to go for a bike ride, a walk, or even a run. You can enjoy calming scenery away from the busy streets.
One of the best features of the Running Water Draw Hike and Bike Trail is that it is lit all night long. So for those of you who suffer from insomnia you can burn some energy on this brightly lit trail. For those of you who prefer the daytime hours, the bike trail offers a relaxing scenic view.