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Walking Trails in Williamsburg Va

I recently discovered a wonderful free resource for walkers and runners in the Williamsburg Va area. ” Great City Walks” is a guide of walking trails in the City of Williamsburg  .The guide a 20 page booklet available for free as a download here and on the city of Williamsburg website was created by the Williamsburg City Manager’s Office, the Parks and Recreation Department, and their GIS staff – It details seven different walking trails that highlight interesting historic sites throughout the city.  www.williamsburgva.gov.  This guide has numerous local sponsors including including the Williamsburg Farmers’ Market, the Greater Williamsburg Chamber and Tourism Alliance, and the Williamsburg Regional Library. Their support of this project is greatly appreciated. 




The City of Williamsburg, Virginia offers the urban hiker trails of historic and cultural distinction. Williamsburg is known worldwide for the 18Th century restoration of “Colonial Williamsburg,” and for the USA’s second oldest university, the “College of William and Mary.” These wonderful treasures exist not in isolation, but along side the modern day city with diverse points of interest of its own. So put your walking or running shoes on and explore our wonderful city. 

The seven trails are Cityside Loop,    Landing to Landing Trek,  Quarterpath Spur,   Bassett Hall Trace Loop,  Longhill Loop, Waller Mill Trails and the William  miles to almost and Mary Loop range in length from 1.75 miles to almost 9 miles. Offering a distance and terrain for all walkers. Detailed directions and points of interest can be found for all of the varying routes. There are also a few trails featured from the Waller Mill Park off of Airport Rd near Rochambeau.

You can view and print “Great City Walks of Williamsburg VA here or download it on the City Of Williamsburg’s Website here