South Valley Park Trail is a 2.1 mile loop trail located near Littleton, CO that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and horses and is accessible from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Very easy trail-beautiful scenery. Moderate traffic; of all ages.
SUPER easy light hike lots of great scenery
Great hike, lack of shade makes this perfect for a sunny winter day.
Beautiful easy trail
Did this yesterday! Quick easy loop hike! The rocks and views were quite pretty!
Very easy and fun Trail !
Easy trail. No shade.
Beautiful and fun walk.
Great walk for beginners or out-of-staters
Beautiful! Easy walk for any age...took my pup who enjoyed it as well! No cover makes for a warm day, bring plenty of water!
Nice for a short walk or run. Really easy trail. If you use your imagination the rocks change shapes the farther you go, Pretty cool. The Rocks are easy to climb around on. If you only have about an hour it's a great choice.
One of my favorites for a quick walk!
Great! I am not one to hike and decided I want my family to start going every weekend. This was our first hike/walk. It was a nice trail easy but I am pretty sure I will be sore tomorrow. I would recommend this trail for beginners, dog walkers, and anyone that wants to feel like they are taking a walk in a beautiful area.
Hiked this trail on Tuesday (October 14). Very nice trail - dog friendly, family friendly, even saw a couple deer. Began at the north trailhead. The parking lot/rest rooms are conveniently located near start of trail. There is a picnic shelter on the south side so bring your breakfast or lunch!
Super dog friendly trail. Perfect length for an evening hike. With the exception of the views of Lockheed Martin, it's a pretty scenic trail. The rock formations are really interesting. Two parking lots to choose from on either end of the loop.
Hiked Coyote Song Trail, but cut it short and came back on the loop. Wide, easy trail, no cover. Looks like they are trying to re-grow grass next to the trail, so be careful not to walk on new grass. Lots of rock formations to look at.