Cameron McCarthy was the prime planning and design consultant for the bond-funded, 3.1 mile multi-use path extending from the Middle Fork Path, along the Mill Race channel, to the Booth-Kelly site in downtown Springfield. The project was identified as a high priority project in Willamalane’s 2012 Comprehensive Plan. The project created a looped path system of nearly eight miles. It included a trailhead for parking and restroom, and three bridges that crossed streams and wetlands. The project corridor is located within City of Springfield and Lane County jurisdictions. The project was completed in the spring of 2017.