Rotary Trail - Moose Jaw

Moose Jaw

Trail Length: 15.3

Difficulty: Easy - Family
Park Amenities:
Dog Walking
Mountain Biking

Rotary Trail - Moose Jaw 

The Rotary Trails is a vast network of paved trails, gravel pathways and side streets popular for biking, walking, jogging, sightseeing, roller blading and dog walking in the community of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada.

The main trail of the Rotary Trails is the 15.3 kilometre loop pathway which circles around the community of Moose Jaw. Connecting to the main trail is a series of smaller routes and connecting side streets.

Photo galleryThe combination of the large loop trail and the many smaller access trails creates a 32+ kilometre network of recreation trails for exploring and sightseeing in the community of Moose Jaw.

Some of the other smaller pathways and trails which form part of the Rotary Trails system include the 6.6 km South Hill Trail, 3.7 km Sunnydale Park Trail, 2.7 km Spring Creek Park Trail and the 2 km Laurier Street Trail. There are Rotary Trail maps posted on signs located throughout the community.

Many of the trails are easy going and well maintained suitable for all ages and levels of fitness. There are paved sections of the trails which are baby stroller and wheelchair friendly leading to picnic sites, playgrounds and lookouts.

The Rotary Trails connect to various parks like the Wakamow Valley, Sunnydale, Crescent, Happy Valley and Spring Creek Parks and explore the banks of the Moose Jaw River, Thunder and Spring Creeks.

The network of trails and pathways are not just for recreation but are also used as transportation routes to move around Moose Jaw in every day life. The trails connect to various recreation facilities, local attractions, golf courses, soccer fields, heritage sites, businesses and shopping.


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