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Walking Trails

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The City of Noble is in process of constructing a group of walking tails and sidewalks that will make Noble more walkable. 


In 2003 Noble completed the Riley Park Recreational Trail located at 1400 N. Main Street.  This one mile long hard-surface lighted trail utilizes the densely wooded area around Berry Creek and the historic old abandoned Santa Fe railroad bridge.  The facilities include a large picnic pavilion, playground and restrooms.


In 2009 the City was awarded a federal grant to construct 1.7 miles of SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL sidewalks connecting the middle school on N. 8th Street to Dane Park at 525 S. 8th Street.  This sidewalk provides access to Pioneer Elementary, the Noble Public Library, the Noble Administration Building and K.I.D. Elementary.  The City is pursuing additional funding to extend the SRTS Sidewalk to the High School.


In 2009 the City received a federal Recreational Trail Grant to construct a ¾ mile long, hard- surface, lighted trail at Kenneth King Park, a 20 acre site located at 1000 E. Maguire Road.    The City also added a picnic pavilion, restrooms, and worked with a local disc golf group to include an 18 hole disc golf course in the heavily wooded park.   The residential subdivision located just south of the park has dedicated common areas and park property to extend the trail to near the city’s south border.


In 2017 the City has applied for a federal Recreational Trail Grant which would place a hard surface, lighted trail in Dane Park that would connect by a crosswalk to Kenneth King Park on the south and the SRTS sidewalk on the NW corner of Dane Park.   Dane Park has been designated as a children’s park and a Splash Pad, a Skateboard Trail, a picnic area, a community garden, restrooms, and a covered pavilion have been added.   The proposed Recreational Trail would traverse the park.   The City also is planning a playground area.