Wendy Trail is a 1.7 mile loop trail located near Newbury Park, California that features beautiful wild flowers 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.
dogs on leash
Directions from Newbury Park, CA: Take US 101 / Ventura Freeway to Lynn Road and head south. Lynn Road travels to the entrance. Trailhead parking is available at Wendy Drive, which may be accessed by turning left off Lynn Road before reaching the park entrance. (Several trailhead parking areas provide access to trails.)
Great warm day for a hike. Those who usually hike on nearly level ground will find a couple of these hills to be challenging but give them a try because the trail on the other side is nice and isolated for suburbia sprawl.
Get out to Rancho Sierra Vista/Satwiwa as the wildflowers are really coming out. Nice patches of Califormia Poppy with a few Parrys Phacelia mixed in. A good place to see the poppies is along the Old Boney Trail and Hidden Valley Trail parallel to the Satwiwa Loop Trail.
Great trail and easy-to-navigate. Plenty of great sceneries and wildlife to look at.
Great, did 7.3 miles today with my lovely bride of almost 30 years.
Amazing! The views were awesome and it's beautiful. Another good part is its clean and there isn't trash everywhere. Also IT IS DOG FRIENDLY!!! another thing is for this app its directions will take you straight to the Wendy trail and around a housing area but go to the main entrance instead because you can't park in the housing area.
Lots of neat trails here this is just the beginning.
Good in the summer, best in the spring or fall.
It's basically in my backyard, and it's a nice hike any time of year. The trail networks until literally dozens of other trails for mountain biking, running or just checking out the wildlife. It can be a little "snakey" the summer months, so watch the kids