The Other Side of Prince Memorial Gateway Santa Rosa Creek

  • July 14, 2014 · 9:15 AM
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This is the part of the greenway that runs between Stony Point & Fulton Roads.  It is about 3 miles round trip.  There is a business complex to the right of where we start (seen in this photo) with parking adjacent to the trail. If you are traveling north on Stony Point take a left at the light on Stony Point & West Ninth. Go left in the roundabout at the entrance and then straight to the end of the parking lot....the Volunteer Center will be on the left.

There is also parking in the street on Glenbrook.

**Please note this path gets quite a bit of bicycle traffic. For your safety always stay to the right; Although many bicyclists will call "on your left' or ring a bell, there is often not time to react and move out of the way. **

Please only RSVP if you are attending.  A NO RSVP is if you need to cancel your attendance.  Dogs on a leash are allowed on this trail.

Although we may not always leave exactly at 9:15, we do our best to keep to our scheduled time.  We don't wait for late arrivals out of consideration for the group already there.

**Please Note that start time for all the Monday walks has been slightly adjusted for the summer months.***

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  • David S.

    I agree let's do it the opposite way just for a change-up. I've noticed when you walk or drive the same route in both directions you see things you didn't notice the first time.

    1 · July 17

    • Rose

      I was going to say the same David; regardless of the weather, it would be a nice change because you do see differently when u walk 'the other way'.

      July 17

  • Rose

    to be honest, I don't know if it is that much different on either side in terms of shade etc....I would think the pavement on the north side is going to reflect the sun and would be hotter on the way back......In any event, I'm willing to consider that on days that are supposed to be hot and we can see what's what....

    July 16

    • Pauline D.

      How about trying it out just once and see if it is any cooler--like change ups too:)

      July 17

  • Pauline D.

    I agree with Jodi-south side first as it has more sun and will be cooler if we do it earlier in the morn before temps rise; and north side on the return; yes north side has sun as well but does have longer stretches of shade. Just my thoughts:) Still, whichever side we do first, it is a gorgeous walk. Can't beat the company either.

    July 16

  • Jodi K.

    Next time I suggest going down the sunny side first and coming back on the shady side. Beautiful day!

    July 15

    • Lynn M.

      Actually that's what we did. North side first, south side second - plenty of shade by Place to Play. It seems sunny and hot, because the last part bakes in the sun - but we'd have the more of that problem on the other side.

      July 16

  • Lynn M.

    Great walk with the best conversations.

    1 · July 14

    • Lynn M.

      Hi David - Yes, I tried to find your blog too. Did find red couch book - publ. in 1983

      July 15

    • Lynn M.

      Oops hitting the 'enter' key and the wrong moment and now my blog: http://backtowalking....­

      July 15

  • David

    Wonderful walk. Nice to meet you Rose.

    July 15

  • Rose

    It was great to be back on the trails and see everyone!

    1 · July 14

  • marian b.

    Great group

    July 14

  • Dianne H.

    Wonderful having you back, Rose! Good walk. Nice meeting you, Jodi.

    1 · July 14

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