Lindo Lake Loop

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Lindo Lake Loop is a 1.3 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Lakeside, CA that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. 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.

1.3 miles 26 feet Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly



road biking

trail running



Lindo Lake County Park has family and group picnic areas, dance ramada, play areas, softball field, horseshoe pits, fishing, and tennis courts. The park is also home to the local county library. Lindo Lake is also known for its excellent birdwatching opportunities. A new fitness walk on the westernmost peninsula on the south shore of the lake features 17 physical fitness stations that present a scenic, no-cost workout for park visitors.

1 month ago

1 month ago

Great to walk or run.

4 months ago

A nice little park to burn off a few calories after dinner. You never know what local birds youll see.

8 months ago

Love it...go with my dogs all the time.

1 year ago

Love it. Easy, quaint. Some riff raff in parts but just keep going.

1 year ago

This is an ok spot for a leisure walk, along the paved path that surrounds the lake. My kids took their bikes here as well, but there wasn't much to entertain them and the ride was very simple. The marshy area of the back lake was pretty dry and there are mosquitoes around the stagnant water areas, so be careful of those.

3 years ago

Nice place to have a picnic, the park is well shaded. The Lake Loop is shaded only 20%, definitely will need a hat and sunscreen. The lake on the East is really low on water, appears to be drying up. The trail is clearly marked and obvious, very popular with locals young and old who enjoy fishing at the Lake on the West. Note that the Lake on the east you'll notice a foul odor of human urine and feces at only one spot, which should tell you what kind of people visit this park. So be careful going there too early or Late. Best to go there after 10 am when there's a lot of people fishing, jogging and walking around.