Looking for a great trail near Roseville, California? AllTrails has 6 great hiking trails, trail 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. If you're looking for the best trails around Auburn State Recreation Area or Spenceville Wildlife Area, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Dry Creek Community Park or Kaseberg 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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hiking
1 day ago

Good easy Trail for biking hiking or running along dry creek. We didn't venture down to the creek because there were a few encampments near the water and it was hard to tell where we could take the kids safely. Lots of dogs on leashes as well.

hiking
12 days ago

The trail is nice, flat, and shaded. The trail is mostly separate from the bike path. There is easy access to the creek along the trail; however, I let my dogs swim in the creek and then they got diarrhea so I won’t be letting them swim there again.

hiking
27 days ago

Just ran the pavement. Will try trail next time.

this is a great trail besides it smells like sewer.

hiking
no shade
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

I love walking by the creek and taking pictures. It's very pretty and feels safe.

on Dry Creek Trail

mountain biking
2 months ago

Pretty fun to mess around. Nothing serious but a good way to kill an hour or so

Always a beautiful bike ride! But especially nice in the spring

hiking
no shade
2 months ago

hiking
no shade
2 months ago

Great bike trail, just wish it had more shade.

hiking
2 months ago

Love this trail. The dirt part is such a fun little mountain bike trail. Very easy but so lovely thru the trees and creek.

hiking
2 months ago

Great, wide, paved trail! Lots of bikers and other hikers some with dogs. Some shade and benches if you need a rest. Dry Creek was full and trail winds around it. We started at Folsom Road Trailhead and parked on Linda Dr. and hiked 3 miles in and back. Some little hills which makes for a good workout.

mountain biking
no shade
3 months ago

Nice trail in the middle of Roseville. We started on Folsom Rd. Left car on Linda Dr. On the way back, a guy sitting by the trail gave us his card saying his name was John Sisk and claimed he owns big part of the land the trail goes trough and the city never paid him anything for it that in fact the city wants to kick him out of his own property. He says he’s family has been disputing with the city about this for 37 years. The guy sounded well informed. If what he says is true, it’s a shame since it is a nice trail.

hiking
4 months ago

This is a good running or biking trail, just long enough for a great workout either way. I usually park off of North sunrise and jump on the trail there or another good spot is off of Sierra College. Parking can be tough thought . It can get crowded but great scenery and some challenging parts.

walking
no shade
4 months ago

Nicely paved trail. Not overly populated, but those I did encounter were very friendly. I did not explore the non paved offshoots but there are many that can be explored. area is very clean and well kept, the only down side is there is not much shade so I'd recommend going before it gets too hot.

running
4 months ago

Great trail for a pair of friends to walk together. Could use some more shade but I can’t say I wouldn’t do it again

hiking
5 months ago

This trail is perfect for anyone. Walk, jog, run, bicycle, or stroller...this trail is wide enough and everyone is so friendly. There are other trails that branch off of this one so the scenery never gets old. You will pass turkeys, ducks in the water, small waterfalls, under and over bridges, and different wild flowers. The trail is flat and mostly shaded with small hills throughout. It will definitely get your heart pumping. There is one larger S curved hill at the end of Miners Ravine Trail/beginning of Secret Ravine. Sometimes there are homeless people on the trail during the week afternoon hours, but they have never bothered me and have always been polite.

mountain biking
bugs
5 months ago

Had a bunch of small caterpillars on my shirt but overall the trail is super smooth and perfect for a little cruise on a mtb

Spring flowers are amazing and aromatic

It's a all paved bike trail. If you do take paths that lead to the little creek it will lead to homeless camps and trash. Over all it's a paved walk that leads to like downtown Roseville.

hiking
5 months ago

Nothing spectacular but a nice walk in the middle of the city.

Nothing spectacular but a nice walk in the middle of a city.

great family place

the park offered many walking options to choose from, kids and runners were up on the flat road near the trail and we took the hiking trail nearest to the water. there were many places to walk close to the water and to go back to the road. 90% of the time it felt like we were walking in the woods and it was beautiful. We picked a spot by the water to sit and have lunch. It's a pretty popular trail, but you wouldn't know it because of the many different side paths you can take.

nice peaceful well maintained path. Watch out for bikes.

running
6 months ago

I have gone here a few times for my morning jog and it has been very pleasant every time. The people I encounter are very friendly. Nicely paved and dirt alongside if you choose. Very nice relaxing environment and beautiful scenery. Just wish it would have been a little bit longer of a trail but there are areas you can go off a little to extend.

Small but nice place to have kids walk or bike.no fees. an EASY nature walk with flowing creek a few jackrabbits hawks & misc. winter birds in the Oaks

hiking
7 months ago

Loved the trail, lots of foot traffic, polite bikers, children, dogs, fun for the whole family. Best thing, no ticks!!!!:-)

running
8 months ago

Nice run from Cook Riolo to Walerga and back. Trail is in good shape. Everyone on the trail was very friendly.

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