Walker Preserve Trail:

Approximately 1 mile long

 

General Description: 

As you leave the baseball park, you enter the City of Santee and the newly developed trail at Walker Preserve. This former sand mining site has undergone significant restoration. The trail is wide here, and is popular with dog walkers, equestrians, hikers, runners and bicyclists. It is also a favorite place for our youngest bike riders to practice their new skills. Look For: Areas where you can easily access the water and a variety of interpretive signs that speak to the history of mining and the Walker Family who farmed this land from the early 1900's.


Entry Points and Parking:

 

1) At the East End of Walker Preserve: Lakeside Baseball Park and Marathon Way provide parking and access for this segment of the trail.  On street parking is available on Marathon Way and off street parking at the Ball Park is available from 9:30 AM Daily.

2) At the West End of Walker Preserve: On-street parking is available on Magnolia Avenue in Santee.


Plants and Wildlife: Many of the species found along the River Park Trail are found here as well.  Please see the River Park Trail page for a full description. 

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