Shunga Trail along the Shunganunga Creek, Topeka, KS
|Soccer players, picnickers, walkers, joggers, cyclists, skaters, sleepers...|
|Our trail, a broad sidewalk along the Shunganunga Creek (named by Indians) is heavily used by Topekans of all ages.|
There is a fox hole along the trail. Four kits were born in spring 2002.
|Marsh Habitat Trail runs parallel north of the Shunga Trail sidewalk, stretching east from approximately the border of the Veteran's Hospital to Big Shunga park ball diamond, providing habitat for birds and critters. Deer are sometimes spotted.|
|Not all park trails are paved, wide or heavily used. There are wonderful, wandering paths, crossing and parallel to the sidewalk, that invite exploration by those with the time and curiosity to explore them.|