A beautiful stretch of 2.7 miles of trail debuted this month at Sunset Whitney Recreation Area in Rocklin.

The West Trails officially opened to foot, bike, and other kinds of recreation traffic on Labor Day. The ribbon-cutting was attended by more than 150 residents and local leaders.

This project has been a top priority for the city of Rocklin because it gives residents yet another scenic getaway around town.

The Sunset Whitney Recreational Area was purchased by the city just a year ago. In that time, city staff and volunteers have been hard at work, elevating the area to standards for leisure and full enjoyment.

The main trail access is at 4201 Midas Avenue. Secondary access points are located at Whitney and Sunset boulevards.

The new trail is just one of the many family-friendly outdoor destinations for all to enjoy. Rocklin has 26 neighborhood parks, totaling 116 acres of land. There are also five fully developed community parks that make up 236 acres. In addition to the added paths of West trails, Rocklin also features a total of eight major multiuse recreation trails that cover more than 8 miles of land that is just waiting to be explored.

Added together, you can see exactly why Rocklin reflects what’s most beloved about California’s natural beauty.

Ready to take a look for yourself and see why Rocklin is a great community to call home? Look around this site and click here to locate your nearest neighborhood bikeways and trails. (Tip: zoom and make sure to click on “transportation” and “bikeways and trails” in the layers.)

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