Looking for a great trail near Roseville, California? AllTrails has 6 great hiking trails, running trails, kid friendly trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. You'll also find some great local park options, like Cronan Ranch Regional Trails Park or Ancil Hoffman Park. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 6 easy trails in Roseville ranging from 2.9 to 8.4 miles and from 91 to 321 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Great trail- very peaceful.

hiking
bugs
7 days ago

Nice, easy place to go for a walk; wouldn’t call it a hike. We started at Cedar Spring Court which is at one end. Part paved, part dirt, depending what short side trail you take. Next time we will probably ride our bikes.

hiking
17 days ago

Super great urban trail. All paved and tons to see from flowers to small animals. I will be doing this trail a lot during the quarantine

Great trail and close by to Roseville residents

hiking
26 days ago

Beautiful trail, turkeys on route, bikers..gorgeous scenery

Calm Saturday morning. Clean, flat, easy to follow. Parked at the Sutter Health (Blue Oaks & Fiddyment.)

road biking
1 month ago

This is my normal daily ride, and it never disappoints. Lots of walkers, runners, kids, strollers — some of whom follow the rules of the path, some don’t.

Great trail system for runners and kids with bikes. Directions for hikers a bit strange to follow. Wet shoes in the morning, since the grass doesn’t dry well under the trees. Came back via the bike path.

Main Trail head off Cedar springs crt. Lots of mosquitoes, being spray!! Great for kids, easy paths.

hiking
2 months ago

I enjoyed the trail alot, the signage could be better. Especially since it gets to be a maze once your inside the trail.

it's easy, but careful parking your vehicle. I walked this trail for about 20 minutes. came back to my window busted out and my things rummaged through.

running
2 months ago

I enjoy this trail. There are a lot runners/joggers as well as bicyclists and dog walkers. It’s safe and runs alongside a creek and golf course.

hiking
3 months ago

Nice afternoon walk with the dog. Not really a hike. This trail can easily be done in running shoes. Walked most of the way out along the creek, came back primarily by the bike path. Light traffic. An easy walk close to home.

Nice clean paved path. Friendly people walking by. No parking at the trailhead that the app navigates you to. You get some great views of people’s back yards.

Quiet paved walking trail suitable for families, dogs and new little bike riders! Flat and wheel chair friendly!

Small, urban trail with a well paved, wide lane. Loops around and behind housing developments with no traffic signs. Moderately trafficked and there is a dog park along the route.

walking
3 months ago

Nice park with a lot of potential! However, when going along the actual creek it's riddled with garbage, and old clothes. There's a huge homeless population at the park. It's nice and can have a great time if you're not expecting luxury.

hiking
3 months ago

Fun, easy trail. We ended up walking from Sierra college Blvd to mandangos for beers and the Niner game. Good day!

hiking
no shade
4 months ago

I really like this trail. It was very sunny, but I walked in the fall and it was very beautiful. There are kid parks, dog parks, off roading bike areas and exercise places where you can do push-ups and Pull-Ups. This trail has a lot of stuff, including bathrooms and drinking fountains, is close to town and has nice views.

I did 3 miles out/back total. This trail is rated a 5 because it’s awesome for what it is. Not a secluded mountain trail but nearby. It’s pretty weaving along the stream, it has lots of oak trees and gentle ups and downs with some views of homes and roads. I’ll definitely come back with people who can’t do well on actual trails and need the pavement like my parents and young nieces.

walking
no shade
4 months ago

i walk this trail every Monday and sometimes on Friday with a group. it's easy and a great place to walk. we start at the parking lot by 24 Hours athletic club towards Sierra College Blvd and back, a 6 mile walk. An additional walk is to continue on the new trail towards Roseville thru Royer Park to the end of the trail for a total of 9 miles, round trip. We have also stopped at a coffee shop on Vernon Street in downtown Roseville, a welcome rest stop. The route is well maintained thanks to the City of Roseville Parks and Rec. This route is used by bikers and moms pushing strollers.

hiking
no shade
5 months ago

We didn’t do the entire trail, just a little over 3 miles. I would call it more of a walking/jogging/biking path instead of a trail. The entire path is paved, very clean, with decent views. You are walking past a whole bunch of people‘s backyards. Must be a little weird for them. We plan on going there again but this time on our bikes instead of just walking. No shade whatsoever. There was no bathrooms so we had to turn around before we wanted to. Not a lot of parking at the Sierra College trailhead. Friendly people all along the path.

This is a nice trail. there are a few homeless encampments, but they didn't bother people.

mountain biking
off trail
5 months ago

Easy off trail ride for mountain bikes. Could get stuck in a few sandy spots if you run by the creek. Kid friendly.

hiking
5 months ago

Great trail for teaching my little guy the rules for hiking and respecting nature.

hiking
6 months ago

cute little trail attached to a bike/cart parkway.

hiking
6 months ago

Nice paved hike with a creek and lots of trees and Fields. Also, a lot of nice manicured backyards if you're into that.

mountain biking
off trail
6 months ago

This was my first ever mountain bike experience and it was absolutely wonderful. It was so much fun. Lots of fun for my boyfriend tooto who is at the level of a moderate rider. There was pavement that we could go on and tons of off-road trails that we could explore on as well. Fun down hills and up hills. Very Flowy. Some homeless shelters on the side by the water but really not a big deal. Beautiful, shady, perfect day. I will come back again. The paved areas are a great place for kids to learn how to ride their bikes too.

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