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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.
I run this trail pretty frequently because I work close by and can run during my lunch break. The scenery is nice and helps to keep my mind occupied when I feel like stopping :) There's a continuous flow of water in the creek year round and I've even seen some small fish and crawfish while running over one of the bridges.
We like to walk this trail with our double stroller. It's not the most beautiful in the summer, but my kids do love going over and under bridges. Very small hills make it an easy walk. I've only ever walked from the Sierra College Blvd. parking lot to under the E. Roseville Pkwy bridge, so I can't say what the rest of it is like.
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.
Allyson S. on Miners Ravine Trail
Great for rollerblading, but because of a couple steep hills, either be a proficient skater, or be prepared to take your skates off a couple off times.
Joe R. on Dry Creek Trail
Great level trail approximately 4 miles. Can use multiuse path that has lots of people walking and running and biking or you can use the creekside trail which is less travelled. Definitely an easy trail.