Here is a map of the recently completed tracks. We have signage coming, but it is likley still a couple of months away.

The two main entrances are on Eskdale Road (by the substation) and Glenfield Road (near the Coronation Rd roundabout). There are also a number of other entrances shown on the map that may be more suitable for you. There are also two more entrances not shown on the map which are via Lauderdale Reserve on Lauderdale Road, and on Kaipatiki Road just next to the bridge to Beach Haven Road.

  • GREEN: Open tracks
  • PURPLE: Open tracks (will be upgraded)
  • YELLOW: Temporarily closed tracks (will be upgraded)
  • RED: Permanently closed tracks
  • WHITE SQUARE: Shoe-cleaning station
  • YELLOW TRIANGLE: Bike-cleaning station to be installed

Please stay on the tracks and use the new shoe-cleaning stations to help prevent kauri dieback entering the park. Bikes are able to use the new tracks (with caution around pedestrians), however the wheel-cleaning stations are still to come.
The Kaipātiki Local Board and Kaipātiki Project will be holding an official open day in the coming weeks, and there are a few feeder tracks that will be upgraded in the next stage of work, however the bulk of the tracks are now finished, so go check them out!

Funded through the Natural Environment Targeted Rate and the Kaipātiki Local Board asset renewal work programme.

One Thought on “Map for Eskdale Reserve Network”

  • Great tracks and beautiful bush giving good shade on hot days. Are more signs coming? – I got lost big time today!

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