China Camp State Park Loop is a 9 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near San Rafael, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Horses are also able to use this trail.
Park at the Campground Parking area, or Buckeye Point.
Sandra Dee K.
This was a nice trail It was easy to follow and the trails were well maintained. There has been a lot of rain lately that caused a landslide that required one of the main trails to be closed I also hiked Turtle Hill Easy but very scenic . I saw a few bikers and a couple runners.
Great trail with so much to see. Not to hard and not easy. Going to do trail running next time.
The trail was re-vamped in the beginning of 2016, and made it less full suspension dependent riding. Less technical and more flow. This is a great week workout ride.
Lots of mountain bikers!
Great loop to do with young kids (just the turtleback loop). Did it at dusk and heard frogs, owls, plus great views of the east bay. Cool.
This is just a question! Has anyone birded here? What is it like or do the bikes etc scare the birds off?!