Dry Creek Trail is a 3.2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Roseville, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Makes for a peaceful evening walk along Dry Creek. This is a good dirt trail near a nicely paved bike path. Many people walk their dogs. It is not uncommon to see families with young children along the trail. On occasion, some mountain bikers use the trail as well, but most bicyclists stay on the nearby paved bike path.
A great option for a rainy day since it is paved.
This place is good for a morning jog. You can feel safe by yourself since many people are on the trail too; families, cute old couples, ladies with their dogs. At the parking lot there are nice bathrooms and drinking fountain.
I would give 5 stars if people didn't let their dogs poo all over the trail without picking it up. Broken glass and other hazardous debris is often on the trails as well. Cars get broken into in the parking lot and on the roadside, don't leave any valuables, purses, backpacks ETC in your car.
loved the trail... but there was a lot of dog poo everywhere. park needs pet stations badly.
Great place to take your dog out for a long walk. Easy terrain with a lot of wild life.
Used to be an awesome secluded place to hike before they opened it up to the public. Now all you see is garbage in the water and carvings of people's names in the old oak trees. Wild life used to be plentiful ( deer, turkey, coyotes, squirrels ) until the destructive people showed up and ruined the peace and tranquility of a once true mini paradise.
Very pleasant trail, easy, even when not using paved portion. I prefer the natural trail through the trees. Lovely in all seasons!
The bike trail follows the paved road trail canopied by trees. It's excellent for beginners, there's lots of fun dips and its great that its under shade.
Amazing wildlife viewing at this park. I really enjoy it here.