Explore the most popular hiking trails in Shiloh Ranch Regional Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Great hike. Well maintained. Amazing to see the wildlife recovering after the fire. Everything was so green and lots of new growth. Highly recommended.

We went in March on a cloudy day but the green rolling hills and trees made for lovely views. It was half exposed, half in dense tree cover. I loved that there were intermittent signs about the forest regrown after the fire.

One of my favorites before Tubbs Fire hit it. Short and somewhat of an uphill workout!

Pleasant surprise! First time here and it was great. I went on a foggy day but I am sure that on a clear one the view is gorgeous. It had a few tough hills. No dogs are allowed at the park according to a sign there. It was very clean and well kept.

Loved this for a quick training loop! Quiet, well maintained, very wide trails, and the rolling hills were great. Not to mention the view at the top! Will definitely be back here again

Nice hike. We did 4 mike loop, wasn't hard at all.

I ended up taking a wrong turn early on and doing ridge trail to creek side trail, but it was a great run. I'm very new to trail running so the first half was tough for me but probably not that hard for a more experienced trail runner. Imagine it would be a moderate hike. New tree coverage, great views. Parking free along the road outside the parking lot ($7 to park in the lot).

I've been going to Shiloh Ranch a few times a week after work, on the way home. I love all of the variations on loops there, along with the challenging uphills. It's perfect for an after-work hike. There are lots of deer out in the evenings.

Lovely gentle hike. Nice variety of terrain. Sometimes amongst the trees, sometimes in open meadows. The pond is a peaceful place to sit and relax for a bit. The geese and a bunch of dragon flies kept us entertained.

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Sunday, March 05, 2017

As described- moderate hike with a few nice views. Great mossy trees and clearly marked trails. Very muddy post rainfall. A few options to make the loop shorter or longer.

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Monday, September 19, 2016

My favorite hike at Shiloh Ranch!

The creek side trail is an easy hike with trees.

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Tuesday, July 05, 2016

Trails are nice. It's a bummer that the creek is dried up. While there are a few steep parts, the hike felt pretty easy overall. Just watch out for the horse poop along the trail.

Short but fun

fun and great views

Awesome trail!

Love the variety and ease of access

Amazing Workout!

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Thursday, March 03, 2016

Fun

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Saturday, November 21, 2015

Liked very well

Many alternatives in this small but diverse park, Creek trail leads to a connection with the Ridgetrail and others. Plenty of up and down which are all moderate.

Nice trails- much of it shaded so great for a hot day. No dogs allowed. Beautiful views from the top.

I like this trail because you can choose your difficulty, but still get to the top to enjoy a nice, broad view. There's a great shaded spot with a bench at the top of the hill and it only takes 20-30 minutes to get there.

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Sunday, October 06, 2013

Wish I had had more time to explore this system as there are lots of options here. Not a huge area but loops around and through the middle with plenty of steep hills make this a nice challenge, or easier rolling terrain. Stay left on a counterclockwise loop for the stream trail which is flat and fun!

A nice loop trail in Windsor, CA with great views of the vineyards and beautiful trees. We did this on a Friday morning and barely encountered anyone on the trail. The elevation gain was not insignificant (1000 feet), and on a hotter day it could have been a better workout, but pretty decent overall.

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