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

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trail running
28 days ago

This trail has no bathrooms it water fountains! Not have water isn't a bit deal because your can bring your own, but they should at least have a couple portapottys along the trail! Luckily there's some stores if you go up to the Sculpture Park area and can use one of the bathrooms there. It also isn't good for long runs, unless you don't mind running back and forth on it. Having said all that, the trail is nicely paved and has rolling hills-nothing too steep.
I wish it was longer (I miss living by the American River bike trail) but more than that, I wish it had at least one bathroom!

Beautiful

Absolutely beautiful in the fall

it's pleasant but I wouldn't call this a wilderness trail. it's a strip of woodland in a residential neighborhood that's more catered to bicyclists.

walking
1 month ago

Pretty basic walking path. Free parking and bathrooms.

Great urban trail. If you start from Sierra College it is a great out and back with pretty little streams. We did it at dusk so it was nicely shaded by the natural hilly lake escape. I image it would be very sunny in the middle of the day.

2 months ago

Less than 5 miles total up and back including a loop or 2 in the parking lot. You’re have to cross Walerga to get the entire length. There are BEAR LOCKERS and NO HUNTING signs on the trail. I was a little spooked. After you cross Walerga across the street from the park, it’s secluded, less people present.

Boring. People on trail unfriendly.

walking
2 months ago

Weekend was pretty crowded. first full parking at park parking . main street also full. Good for families and children . Ok.

road biking
2 months ago

like stated before, there are some homeless people that call the creek home. The trail is clean, you will sometimes see trash. I saw 3 deer in the creek today, and there are plenty of wild turkeys, and wildlife. Parts are under construction, some short uphills and downhills but generally a flat trail depending on if you take some of the side trails.

Certain areas aren’t bad others have a few homeless camps near where the trail is closed.

I would suggest sticking to the Sierra College side of this trail. My husband and I had already hiked that section, so we decided to start from the other end this time (near downtown Roseville). What I’m sure was a nice area at one point, is now littered with garbage and numerous homeless tents. Felt a little unsafe walking there, certainly wouldn’t do this trail by myself.

Love our community trail. We use it for our evening walks and when I was running we'd run the dirt and pavement trails.

Nice trail to take. You can walk/jog on the sidewalk path or on the many dirt trails. nice and peaceful.

hiking
3 months ago

Trail was paved and well maintained. Nice urban trail that winds through the spacious open land between homes. East of the freeway though you’ll see some homeless people and tents ‘hidden’ under some trees. Otherwise very nice! Bout 2.5 hours r/t to walk at good pace.

The beginning of the trail is closed. While some kind construction workers let me cross their work space once i was already in it, don't make my mistake :). Nice mellow trail (not hike) that will be better when it's green out.

mountain biking
3 months ago

Singletrack is really Fun!

4 months ago

love this trail. At times I feel like I am in a big forest.

The trail seemed nice but only .4 miles in it was closed and could not go further. You may want to confirm somehow that the trail is open if planning on using.

walking
5 months ago

Didn’t get to finish the trail due to lack of time but from what I saw it is quiet and peaceful. Got to the bridge by the golf course and enjoyed the creek under the bridge. I would do this again. :)

Nicely paved. secluded in certain areas. great for running or biking.

Good easy walk. Nice scenery.

walking
6 months ago

Great and simple trail! I went with a friend, her baby that she carried in a bjorn on her back, her two young daughters that rode their bikes, and Dakota the Dog :-) There is ample parking and it is free. There is a great playground for kids near the parking lot and a very large empty grassy field for dogs to run around on or kids to play soccer. The trail itself is all pavement, but there is a dirt trail that runs parallel with the pavement. The dirt trail is also close to the cool running creek. Everyone on the trail was nice. Dogs all had leashes. I will definitely do this trail again. Great for a running trail!

trail running
6 months ago

Nice paved path for walking biking and jogging.

hiking
6 months ago

This was mostly a paved walking path. There are multiple trails gravel trails that connect at different points through out the walk. If you like walking paths then this is great! You walk by a ravine at certain points and shaded parts.

on Miners Ravine Trail

walking
6 months ago

Love this trail for a nice walk. It’s connect to so many trails throughout Roseville, lots of options for which direction to go. I would say it’s a stretch to call this a “hike” because it’s in town and paved, but there is still plenty of nature to enjoy.

hiking
6 months ago

this is a great trail! pretty easy with a couple of little hills. great scenery, runs along a little stream. stroller friendly and not too busy

There’s parking! It’s free! Well used paved path with friendly people- nice little park here too for kickball or baseball-

road biking
6 months ago

Great trail, love the creek that runs along it.!!

walking
7 months ago

Great place to walk. Add some leg work by walking up some of the hills towards the housing or go off paved trail and feel more away from the city.

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