RUTLAND CREEK PATH:
-BIKE IT OR HIKE IT-
Last Updated: July 16, 2020
Length: Rutland Creek Path; 1.4 miles.
Difficulty: Easy. Flat paved rail trail.
To Start from the Giorgetti Athletic Complex parking lot; From the intersection of Routes 7 & 4 in Rutland travel north on Route 7. Turn left after the 3rd road onto Crescent St. After crossing East Creek turn right up Preville Ave to the parking lot closest to the entrance.
The Rutland Creek Path, when complete, will connect Giorgetti Park to the College of Saint Joseph through the town of Rutland.
Starting from Giorgetti Athletic Complex parking lot; Exit the parking lot and bear left on-road down Preville Ave to Crescent St. Cross-walk to your right. Then head on-road along Earl St Where you'll pick up the paved Rutland Creek Path after 0.2 miles. Trail winds through open woods with East Creek along your left. Up to your right is the Rutland County Jail as you reach State St. Cross to Lalor Rd which leads to the trail. Look left across the creek to spot a large solar installation. Travel underneath a RR bridge and out to West St at 0.4 miles. Cross light. Detour.
Note; Segment 3 has yet to be constructed. It will continue the trail along the west side of the creek to a bridge over the creek connecting to the next section in Meadow Street Playground.
Head left across the creek. Turn right along Meadows St. Turn right into Meadow Street Playground. Follow the gravel road straight and you'll return to the paved trail after 1.2 miles. The trail travels around the sports fields south to Dorr Dr at 1.4 miles. The trail currently ends here as of July 2020. Future plans call for segment 5 to continue the trail to the College of St Joseph.
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