Effie Yeaw Nature Loop Trail is a 1.6 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Carmichael, CA that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Short, kid-friendly hike near a golf course. Entry is $5
Great little nature walk for kids.
Nice family trail. Kids of all ages will enjoy. Saw little toddlers to teenagers out there. Go in the fall and have turkeys come right up to you. Go off the path a little and enjoy the river.
It's an alright hike great for beginners young children and the elderly. there is a- nature center with a triple pokestop and a couple of gyms along the main trails. $5 entry fee for the whole park.
Very nice beginners hike. You can find a lot off trails off the beaten path,
Trail walked around a golf course. While it was nice, it wasn't the seclusion we were hoping for. Entry is $5
Great, family friendly and lots to see
Great trail, saw awesome wildlife, easy with plenty of options on length. Awesome views of the river.
Used to go on these trails all the time as a kid, my grandfather would take my sister and I. We had a ton of fun watching all the wildlife and spending time with family. Just went there again recently after being out of state for 9 years. Have to say it hasn't changed a bit!! Still fun and beautiful, very clean and easy trails. Really love this place, it has a very special spot in my heart!
Perfect for my 2 year old:)
I came here to go hiking but they do not allow dogs...
Amazing trail. My kids love it.
Unfortunately dogs are not allowed in the nature walk? But overall we had an amazing time :)
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This was an okay trail. There were a lot of inconsiderate people with off leash dogs and I had to protect my on leash dog. Other than that, the trail was nice, not overly difficult terrain and since its almost spring everything was green and beautiful.
Cute little outing with wildlife. Kids will love it.
Very pretty. Not strenuous at all. I prefer to get my heart rate up a little, but it was good for my dad.
I'm sure it's pretty when we are not in a drought but it was too dry for me - there are green markers but no information on them any longer and that was sad - the trail is not super interesting except the vine tree at the beginning