The recreational path connects South Brownell Road to Maple Tree Place and VT-2A. The level, 10 foot wide paved lane is suitable for walkers, bikers, strollers, wheelchairs, and those with mobility challenges. The path is set back from about 5 to 20 feet from busy Marshall Avenue, with grass and some planted trees between.
The Marshall Avenue Bike Path meets up with the Williston Village Bike Paths at the intersection of Marshall Avenue and Trader Lane.
Use caution at road crossings.
Visit Town of Williston online for more information or contact:Williston Parks & Recreation Committee
There is no official parking for this trail, but parking may be found at the numerous shopping centers along the route.
To get to the east end of the path on Maple Tree Place, from I-89 take exit 12 and turn right onto VT-2A from the exit ramp, then go 0.3 miles to Maple Tree Place. Go straight through the roundabout to stay on Maple Tree Place, and park at one of the shopping areas to access the trail on the right side of the road.
From US-2, take a left if heading west, or a right if heading east, onto Maple Tree Place, then go 0.3 miles and park at one of shopping areas to access the trail on the left side of the road.
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