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

Terrain not pretty. Waterfront nice walk.

very short walk but the lake is nice if you need to decompress after work

I got to help build this trail when I was 10 years old.
It's great to see it's still there, not so great to see it in such a sorry state, Thorny bushes block your way, the local cows damage the path during rainy months, and ticks are a constant threat. In the end, your only payoff is a long, unobstructed view of Vallejo's shopping district.

It's great for a quick escape outdoors or a trail run, or prep or hiking season.

Great views but the trail is in terrible condition, completely overgrown with thorny plants. We had to turn back only a half mile in. Unless you have thick pants I’d advise against this hike.

Great hike. I cannot wait to explore it more.

Beautiful view, trail had been recently cleaned up but the last part of the trail still needed a lot of work. I would consider this between easy to moderate.

Great hike if you enjoy wading through sticker bushes, being covering in ticks, and rattle snake threats.

Flat trail along the bay. Great for an afternoon stroll.

Open, Fri, Sat and Sunday, lots of cows, open grassland and hills. High point is the view from the ridge. Distant points that can be seen: Diablo. Sierra's, including Pyramid Peak, Mt. Saint Helena, Mt. Veeder, Mt. Tam. and GG bridge towers, if you know where and when to look. Good intermediate hike. Watch for ticks and respect the cows:)

Beautiful view of the strait! Sadly the trail has not been maintained and is overgrown so I was not able to complete the walk/hike...:(
Will try again!

Monday, January 01, 2018

Peaceful. No cover. Kids had a good time. I love the informational picture boards along the trail.

Friday, December 01, 2017

Not a difficult trail by any means, small bits of rocky terrain to cross. There are a couple of steeper shortcuts if you want to make it slightly challenging at points.
It is an out and back, but has nice views.

Tuesday, August 08, 2017

Beware: only open Friday thru Monday 0900-1700, tried to do a hike with my son during the weekday on summer break to come to a closed sign...ugh

too much horse shit

trail running
Monday, August 07, 2017

As a beginning trail runner, I was stoked on the technical aspects of this trail: easy hills, some rocks and cracked mud to dodge and climb, alternate routes with varying difficulty, etc.
It's August, so maybe that's why I didn't have problems with stickers, mud, ticks, or horse shit. Plus (on a Monday morning) there was no one else on the trail... except a few cows and lots of scurrying rodents.
Even though the trailhead is at a park/dumpsite and the stunning suburbs are in view throughout the hike, I'll come back to run this trail again because it's close and it's good technical training for my skill level.

Monday, June 19, 2017

Trail is accessed at the green dot on my recording. If you use the other guys starting point you will be lost like I was at first. good flat walk with great views of the ocean and ocean tidal marshes. very flat. negatives; ticks in the grass and direct sun the whole time. do not go off the trail! ticks everywhere in the summer.

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Could not get past 1/4 mile. Went with wife and 6 year old. The path was overcome with sticker bushes couldn't squeeze by with out getting stuck with thorns. Trail not wide enough for my little 6 year old to pass through without catching a thorn to the face. We were really looking forward to a nice hike up to the ridge but had to turn back. If the over growth on the trail was cut back it would have been a nice little hike.

Went several months back and it was a real mixed bag. On the one hand the location is easy to get to, the views were pretty and it offers a range of options with plenty of hills. On the other hand there were calves easily spooked that charged and created some tense moments. At this time it was also muddy and messy with trails fading in and out. I would go back again, but would do some things differently.

Thursday, May 04, 2017

No dogs allowed. Got to the top of the 1st hill at the beginning and there was a sign that said dogs not allowed. Since when is a trail not acceptable to dogs when horses are able to use it? Myself & my group couldn't complete the hike. Fairly disappointed.

off road driving
Saturday, April 15, 2017


Friday, April 14, 2017

You can make it a much longer hike if wanted. Quiet and beautiful.

Lots of fun, quiet, away from the crowds of more popular trails. Lots of fruit trees and animals

Wednesday, April 05, 2017

warning, there is a homeless person living on the buches, with a very agresive pit bull, always try to atack me dog.

Wednesday, April 05, 2017

wen you walk into this beautifull place, becareful, snake can cross around the trail, always walk with a pice of stick, hapeng to mi and mi dog, also keep you dog into the trail, to many ticks around on the grass

Saturday, March 11, 2017

It's pretty but as stated above, I wouldn't go alone again. There was some sketchy mofo's walking through there

off road driving
Thursday, March 09, 2017

Off-road activity prohibited. Petting livestock prohibited. Must pay to park. Staging area has decent outhouse and picnic tables.. 1/5

Sunday, February 26, 2017

This trail might be a nice one in the summer but dear god avoid the wet months. I thought there'd be enough break in the rain to dry out the path but I was wrong. It was very muddy and that coupled with it being a cow trail meant that the trail was completely torn up. Not too much climb after the beginning, and pretty hillside but do it well into the hiking season went the path is in better shape, otherwise risk getting stuck in the mud or twisting an ankle.

Saturday, August 13, 2016

Took my 2 and 4 year old daughters on this trail and was surprised they were able to hang the whole time. Thorns were a little over grown and eye level to my kids face so my husband and I had to carry them through that part of the trail. Other then that, was very enjoyable and fun trail. Would love to do again.

mountain biking
Monday, June 27, 2016

I'm a amateur mountain biker ,and i consider the moderate trails great practice to get a feel for the disc brakes.I almost crashed twice .A full suspension bike would've handled this trail better.Not much to look at on the trail.

I didn't lol this trail. I couldn't find the way to loop around. I felt a little unsafe. I wouldn't do it alone or without protection.

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