Map of bike paths / walking paths in the areaHIDE MAP
Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in:
Firestone, Frederick & Dacono, Colorado
The three communities of Firestone, Frederick and Dacono are located just east of Interstate 25 in Weld County and east of the City of Longmont. The cities are located conveniently adjacent to the main corridor along I-25 and have lovely views of the Indian Peaks Range to the west. This is a rapidly growing area along the Front Range and has expanded into numerous residential areas and commercial centers.
St. Vrain State Park is located on the west side of Interstate 25 just north of the three communities. The park has numerous unpaved walking paths, fishing, picnic and camping facilities. There is a fee for entering the park.
Firestone Trail & Old Railroad Trail
The Firestone Trail is a 6-mile long, mostly paved pathway that connects the three communities. For most of its route, the trail travels adjacent to Colorado Boulevard and has access paths into the residential neighborhoods, schools and parks along the way. The north portion of the trail heads to the northeast for about 1.8 miles. The trail is paved from Firestone Boulevard to the south.
At its south end, the route continues on the Old Railroad Trail within the Dacono area.
Milavec Reservoir Trail
Milavec Reservoir is located to the northwest from the intersection of Godding Hollow Parkway and Colorado Boulevard in Frederick. There is parking at the reservoir and a 1.3-mile long unpaved path around the water.
Centennial Park is located at Colorado Boulevard and 8th Street in Frederick. The park has parking and a playground as well as paved walking paths.
Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails located in Firestone, Frederick and Dacono, Colorado.