The Loop

The Loop is Redwood Parks new addition to our Walking Trails. The Loop now connects Redwood Park, CCC&Ti, Hudson Elementary School, Hudson Middle School, and downtown Hudson together.

Contact us at 726-6304 for more information about our trails and let's start getting families more involved.

Length of The Loop: 3.1 miles


  • Start in front of McCreary Family Fitness Center
  • Make one lap around the lighted walking trail
  • Travel thru parking lot down Redwood Street, past pool onto Glenn T. Hickman Trail
  • Take trail to Roy E. Coffey Dr., travel up Roy E. Coffey Dr. to Hudson Elementary School
  • Take the paved trail up to Hudson Middle School and travel the paved trail up to the sidewalk on Pine Mountain
  • Take sidewalk down Pine Mountain Rd. into town which turns onto 321-A
  • Take sidewalk down 321-A to the corner at Outdura
  • Turn corner on Mt. Herman and travel to Hudson Fire Dept. where you will cut right behind the Fire Dept. onto Hayes Ave.
  • From there travel down Hayes Ave. to arrive back in front of McCreary Family Fitness Center.
  • You have completed The Loop!!!

Lighted Trail

(around Rec. & Fitness Center)

Trail Length: 0.5 miles (half mile)

This paved trail is ADA accessible and is our most popular trail due to the fact that it is well lit.

This trail does not allow bicycles, skateboards, rollar blades etc. to ensure the safety of the walkers.

Glenn T. Hickman Trail Bike & Walking

Starts @ Redwood Pool and goes to Hudson Elem., Hudson Middle, & CCC&TI.

Trail Length: 0.5 miles (half mile)

This paved trail leads from Redwood Park and connects Hudson Elementary School, Hudson Middle School, and CCC&TI. This trail can be used for walking or bicycle riding. What a great place for a cool summer time walk or ride!

REMEMBER: Riders need to wear a bicycle helmet for safety. For Kids: It is the LAW!

Barton & Estoy Hayes Nature Trail

Branches off Hickman Trail

Trail Length: 0.3 miles (3 tenths of a mile)

This trail is a nature trail that connects Redwood Park to the Hudson Uptown Building. The trail is natural with alot of plant and animal life.

This trail also has a large amphitheatre that is used for educational and family funtions. We encourage school groups, Boy Scouts, 4-H groups, churches, and civic organizations to take advantage of it.

Maps & Brochures are available at the
  Hudson Recreation Center

 or you may call 726-6304 for more information