Walk/Jog Path 

Princeville has a 2.1 mile (3.371 kilometer) walk/jog path that runs from the St. Regis to the Princeville Shopping Center (as delineated in red above). 
Walkers, joggers, bicyclists, and skateboarders are welcome on the path. Just remember, pedestrians (walkers/joggers) do have the right of way. 



Pedestrians shall have the right-of-way in using all walk/jog pathways. Bicycling in a safe and prudent manner and at limited speeds is permitted on the walk/jog pathways; however, bicyclists must yield to pedestrians at all times and must have appropriate lighting if bicycling in limited light conditions. Golf carts are permitted on the walk/jog pathways only in areas where driving on the grassy shoulder is not reasonably safe. Carts must yield to pedestrians at all times and have appropriate lighting if driving in limited light conditions. However, conveyances such as motorized wheelchairs used by persons with physical disabilities who are dependent on the use of such vehicles for transportation are allowed on the walk/jog pathway at any time. Skateboards are permitted on the walk/jog pathways, but are prohibited on any Princeville road, Common Area or other property owned or controlled by the Association.