Uvas Creek Levee Trail

Uvas Creek Levee Trail

“The Levee” is a nickname that locals use to refer to a paved jogging/biking path that runs from the Gilroy Sports Park all the way to Hecker Pass Highway/Highway 152. Also known as the Uvas Creek Levee trail or biking path, the path is about four miles long, with many beautiful spots along the path, including views of Christmas Hill Park and Uvas Creek (dry in summer and fall seasons) and the Gabilan Mountains.

You can park at the Gilroy Sports Park and start your journey from the trailhead or hop on from other access points throughout Gilroy. Other great spots to access the trail are from Christmas Hill Park or Hecker Pass Park, which both offer parking lots nearby.

Wherever you choose to begin on the Levee path, remember to stay to the right, to allow a comfortable space for oncoming pedestrians or bicyclists to pass, as well as faster traffic from behind to go around you. No motorized vehicles are allowed on the paved path. And, of course, keep your dog safely on its leash while you enjoy your outing.

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