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Posted on: February 5, 2024 | Last Modified on: February 5, 2024

Signs Remind Visitors Where to Park for Stowe Trail

New Sign on Birchcrest

Some new signs recently went up reminding visitors to please park on Ganley Road when using the Stowe Trail in Santee.

We’re asking hikers, bikers and all other recreationalists to avoid parking on Birchcrest Boulevard as well as the Strathmore Drive cul-de-sac. While the trailhead is located at the end of Strathmore, we ask that you please park on Ganley. This will help the trail remain open by being considerate of the residents who live in the nearby neighborhood.

The trailhead was temporarily relocated to the cul-de-sac on the north end of Strathmore near Birchcrest Boulevard this past summer due to new pipeline construction on Ganley. 

Trailhead access at the Fanita Parkway and Ganley intersection will be restored once pipeline construction is complete. At that time, this temporary trailhead will be removed and returned to its original condition.

We appreciate visitors’ cooperation in being respectful of nearby neighbors.

Sign on Strathmore

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