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Beeks Bight Nature Area Jedi Trail

EASY 61 reviews

Beeks Bight Nature Area Jedi Trail is a 5 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Granite Bay, California 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.

Distance: 5.0 miles Elevation Gain: 301 feet Route Type: Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

walking

bird watching

running

lake

views

wild flowers

wildlife

running
1 month ago

Tons of bikes on the trails. Made trail running very difficult

mountain biking
1 month ago

Great MTB trail. Easy to take wrong trail, however you just may end up on another great trail. Watch for other bikers coming the other way.

mountain biking
off trail
2 months ago

My favorite mtb trail

mountain biking
8 months ago

Easy and close to town...beautiful when it’s all green during winter/early spring

Mon Sep 03 2018

I’m sorry this was not fun at all. There’s literally poison oak scattered all over the “trail” almost impossible to avoid touching it. Also there’s no clear trailhead, no clear trail, and it’s all slanted/uneven path through sand, i wouldn’t call it a hike. It’s also completely in the sun with no shade offered at all. At one point the trail just disappears and you have to turn back. And it’s $12 to get in and park. Everything is dead and brown, it’s not pretty besides a view of the lake about a half mile away. I will not be going back.

Fri Mar 30 2018

easy, relatively flat hike along the edge of Folsom lake. Beautiful views of the lake. Best time is in the morning while the sun is still east. There are A few beaches along the trail where you can stop and relax and take a swim too.

hiking
Fri Feb 16 2018

was a fun walk with my friends. but it was difficult finding the trails and there weren't any posted trail maps along the way.

hiking
Wed Sep 06 2017

Pretty, fairly easy. Nice view of the water at times. Watch out for runners and bicyclists.

hiking
Sun Aug 27 2017

Enter the Folsom lake recreational area from the entrance at the end of Douglas. Right now it was 12$ for the day pass. There is a road and signs that take you right to the trailhead. We arrived around 8 am and it was the perfect time to do this trail during the heat. It was pretty shaded for most of the hike with a few views of the lake. There were a lot of bikers but every single one was very polite and courteous. Took a couple detours that added to the distance and it ended up being about 6 miles in total. Pretty simple and had just a few ups and downs. All in all a successful hike! Would do again.

hiking
Sun Aug 27 2017

Just a heads up, don't follow the directions that are placed into this app (when you click directions), because it leads you to a private neighborhood that is gated and you can't enter to get to the trailhead. Will post another review after actually completing the hike. Enter through entrance to Folsom lake rec area at end of Douglas

hiking
Sun Aug 13 2017

Road to the North side of lake closed. Started from granite bay main beach. The area is very dry but no bugs. Dip in the lake for a quick swim you won't regret it!

hiking
Tue Jun 13 2017

Nice trail. lots of bicycle traffic.

walking
Thu Apr 20 2017

easy trail.

camping
Mon Apr 17 2017

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Mon Sep 19 2016

There are two different trails. I went on the left hand one. It was a short trail

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