Explore the most popular trails near La Loma Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.


La Loma Park, California Map

Beautiful views and lots of shade. A bit rocky, just be careful. Uphills are spread throughout with good amount of flats and downhills.

This was a short but challenging hike. I parked at the Arroyo staging area and started there as the suggested trail entrance was overgrown and not as ideal. I encountered a buck on the lower part of the Vollmer Peak Trail. The Lupine Trail has a lot of loose soil, so make sure to wear good shoes with traction.

Easy, shady, very quiet, not a lot of people, but also not too scenic.

Short, but challenging hike. It's a moderate descent up and then back down. The trail is shaded closer to the trailhead, but you're exposed to the sun for most of the hike. Bring some good shoes because the trail is covered in loose gravel and dirt; it's easy to lose you're footing. According to the signs, you can bike or horseback during the dry months. I saw "evidence" of horses throughout the trail.

Easy hike. Not very scenic. There are much nicer trails in the area.

It's a small walk. Not too anything. Mundane circle. Nice park for a family

Friday, February 17, 2017

Dirt trail mostly under tree cover along hillside. Occasional views toward other low hills. Warning signs on mountain lion though none materialized. Grizzly peak is locked behind fence due to the tower on top. Nice bay view from across the road.

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Monday, September 05, 2016

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Friday, September 18, 2015