During the winter season Basin Recreation pack's and groom's 11 miles of trail in the Willow Creek Park area. These trails accommodate a wide variety of non-motorized use such as skate skiing, walking, biking, pushing baby joggers, etc. The groomed trails run from The Fieldhouse and Whole Foods at Kimball Junction all the way into Park City via the East 224 Connector Trail and McLeod Creek Trail. The trail runs along the Swaner Nature Preserve, through the historic McPolin Farm sight, across the narrow bridges and winds through the neighborhoods and Willow Creek Open Space before connecting with McLeod Creek Trail. One can add on some extra loops around the Willow Creek Open Space and around Miss Billy’s bypass while heading into town. McLeod Creek Trail runs by the Copper Moose Organic Farm, through the woods along the creek passing beaver ponds and elk habitat before paralleling HWY 224.
A trail user enjoying the multi-use ability of our well groomed trail system!
There are 4K of classic lanes set in the Willow Creek Park area and 2K more at Miss Billy’s Bypass.
Notes: Park at Willow Creek, The Fieldhouse at Kimball Junction, or the trailhead across from The Farm to access these trails. Willow Creek Park is open from Dawn to Dusk per Summit County Ordinance 309. Respect local residents and other trail users by Being CLEAN, CURTEOUS and CONTROLLED. Please leash your pets and scoop the poop.
Please click below to see a map of the winter trail of your choice...
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