UC Davis Arboretum Trail

EASY 38 reviews

UC Davis Arboretum Trail is a 3.1 mile loop trail located near Davis, CA and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and road biking and is accessible year-round.

3.1 miles 137 feet Loop

wheelchair friendly

kid friendly

hiking

road biking

walking

walking
24 days ago

Good for little ones.

walking
1 month ago

It was okay. It should of had more benches. It should of had more bathrooms. But other than that it was an okay stroll in the park with the family.

2 months ago

Easy walk/stroll but pretty

3 months ago

Beautiful scenery. Green water but that will change in the next few years and doesn't stink so I'm okay with it :)

hiking
3 months ago

Beautiful and informational.

3 months ago

Not that fun:(

hiking
3 months ago

4 months ago

I love it it has animals and more

walking
4 months ago

Peaceful with a lot of different trees and plants (and turtles) to see, even in the middle-of-summer heat.

4 months ago

My only dislike is the algae that suffocates the waterway, but they're working on improvements to fix that. Otherwise, it's great.

4 months ago

Beautiful paved trail. Plenty of shade. Beautiful.

5 months ago

Dog friendly and an easy walk.

walking
7 months ago

Great walk for kids. Saw ducks, birds, turtles and horses! Lots of benches and grass areas to sit.

walking
7 months ago

Well maintained easy trail. Lots of place to stop, sit & enjoy Mother Nature.

walking
8 months ago

It's beautiful lots of different plants and trees to see! A great learning environment.

8 months ago

Nice easy trail.

walking
9 months ago

Really nice easy trail. I saw river otters, turtles, stellar Jay's, a redwood grove and beautiful flowering trees.

walking
9 months ago

10 months ago

It's a nice walk, stroll. Lots to see and explore, educational and great for kids! It's a good walk, bike and running trail.

hiking
1 year ago

I loved walking this trail. I was going with someone who had not been on it before and had read reviews that everything was dead right now, so there was not much to see. I was concerned that the person I was going with would be disappointed, but decided to go for it anyway. I am glad that I went for it because there is still plenty to see even in the dead of summer and in the midst of a drought. The drought resistant plants are beautiful and the bright green of their stream/creek/pond (depending on who you ask, lol) is uncannily serene. Lots of beautiful birds (particularly scrub jays) were out, along with butterflies, and tons of turtles. Easy trail, a couple of very minimal hills, great for the whole family.