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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mountain biking
2 months ago

A nice beginners trail for mountain biking. A short out-and-back that’s mostly flat. Recommended for novices like me.

walking
2 months ago

Great trail for a variety of abilities. Creek and tree cover help keep trail cool. Pretty/colorful in Fall.

Have walked this trail a few time. Great walk.

Good off path trails for running or hiking!

hiking
3 months ago

on Miners Ravine Trail

3 months ago

Easy hike in the burbs. Great for a quick afternoon getaway.

Lots of friendly people and dogs to sniff. My only complaint is too many humans don’t clean up dog poop so I stop frequently to sniff all the poop. The bike trail is easy while the dirt paths have a lot of options that are more moderate.

hiking
3 months ago

This is an excellent trail for beginners or experienced folks who just need to knock out a quick 1 hour hike or trail run during the week. It has several options and can be as challenging or tame as you want.
The hiking trails follow parallel to a paved bike trail. There is a smooth, flat dirt trail that is closest to the paved trail...this is the easier of the two. But if you take one of the many auxiliary trails that head towards the creek, there is another more difficult and technical trail that runs along the creek. Lots of log crossings from downed trees, many short and steep downhill/uphill sections, and tons of obstacles to clear. Both dirt trails are far enough away from the paved trail, and the tree cover is so dense, there's an excellent canopy effect. You really forget you're hiking a half mile from a Rite Aid. This is a great all around trail and I usually try to hit it twice a week.

hiking
3 months ago

Excellent park that winds through all sorts of shrubs and trees with many many many small beaches along the creek. A beautiful trail right in the city limits of Sacramento/Roseville. Lots of wildlife (deer, snakes, birds, beavers, squirrels, etc.) and pokey vines so wear pants! Very doable for all ages.

walking
3 months ago

Peaceful. Liked the sounds of the Creek.

Great running and walking hike

hiking
4 months ago

Convenient parking in parking lot. We took the dirt trail which was mostly shaded. Had to make some choices along the way on dirt path. Some minor up and down and stepping over some fallen trees or roots. Nice creek with some places to just stop and enjoy. Next time will bring a few towels and let the kids mess around in the creek. It was only calf high. Good for a close, easy walk.

4 months ago

Hiking/ bike trail on one side, paved walking path on the other, good for stroller.
Has playground and basketball / tennis.
Good shade on dirt path, but none on paved.

walking
4 months ago

Nice little beach coves. Water slow great time.

hiking
4 months ago

took my 7, 8, and 10 year olds for their first dirt trail hike and they loved it. They took turns leading and choosing which fork to take as the handful of paths crossed between the cement bike trail and the creek. we often felt like we were far away from everything, though we were never more than a hundred yards or so from the bike trail, so we felt free to explore. It is mostly flat with a few 10-20 foot inclines up and down old creek beds. I had to offer them my hand occasionally on steeper inclines, but it was never more than they could handle. I just hiked the Steep Ravine trail in the North Bay last week, and next to that, this is an absolute breeze. You should be aware that much of the trail, especially if you choose the paths closer to the creek, is quite sandy. Enjoy

walking
4 months ago

perfect for the family.

road biking
5 months ago

I've biked and walked this trail a few times in the past. It's a fun short bike ride that ends up at the rose statue thing. Goes under 2 overpasses.

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Short easy trail

Calm trail, easy to follow!

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