Durango opens its newest river access point at Oxbow Park

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Durango opens its newest river access point at Oxbow Park

Recreators enjoy improved site, trail nearly complete
The newly constructed section of the Animas River Trail in north Durango is open for use at 36th Street going north. It’s part of Durango’s multimillion-dollar extension of the Animas River Trail north to a new river access at Oxbow Park and Preserve.
The Animas River Trail remains closed from Memorial Park to 36th Street as construction continues. The trail extension cost the city of Durango $5.8 million.
Public restrooms and changing areas are an added convenience for recreators at the new Oxbow Park and Preserve river access.

Durango opens its newest river access point at Oxbow Park

The newly constructed section of the Animas River Trail in north Durango is open for use at 36th Street going north. It’s part of Durango’s multimillion-dollar extension of the Animas River Trail north to a new river access at Oxbow Park and Preserve.
The Animas River Trail remains closed from Memorial Park to 36th Street as construction continues. The trail extension cost the city of Durango $5.8 million.
Public restrooms and changing areas are an added convenience for recreators at the new Oxbow Park and Preserve river access.
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