This park is very large you can bring your horse or hike. Very pretty countryside. Location is convenient also.
Excellent off-road mountain biking, running, hiking, horseback riding, swimming (off-road swimming?), picnicking in beautiful woods and awesome views. 6000 acres of this... The trails have a variety of difficulty - no rock climbing - but some trails are really rugged (and downright dangerous on a bike, horse, or running shoes). Bring water!!!
Really liked my short walk to the lake from the upper parking lot - just make sure you pay the fee at the ranger station because there is no pay station at the upper lot! If you're hiking, walk up the "Steve's S Trail." A beautiful single track trail that is especially enjoyable in the morning after the rain when... More
Natural spacious landscape,,trails,exercise stations,swimming lagoon with boat rentals , Always see a friend on the trail.also great bird watching.,
I live near this park and I have not spent much time here. One day I had a friend tell me about a day hike and it sounded like fun so we did it and what a seuprise!! We went to uppur lake the hike begins at the back parking lot and ends at a lake 3 .5 miles in...... More
These are moderate multi-use trails (hikers, runners, mountain bikers, equestrian). From Park Trail Drive, we started at Spring Creek Trail. This is a very moderate trail, not too steep or rocky. The start is on a beautifully groomed trail through some oak trees, and as you venture on you will eventually be in an almost medieval looking shaded area through... More
The park is literally just outside of Santa Rosa. The park is large enough that the trails are not crowded. My wife and I hiked but I can tell it is also an awesome place to ride mountain bikes. Just be sure to wear you helmet if you are on a bicycle.
I hike here at least once a week and there are many trails and entrances. It is good to get a map before starting off. The trails a rocky, so be prepared for this. Lots of being in the woods and other areas have good vistas.
Great trails for biking and hiking. Pack some water and food in case you are new to the area. You can get "turned around" very easily on some of the lesser used trails.
you can hike to Lake Asanjo, no cars, only foot traffic, bikes and horses. If you wear your bathing suit under your clothes you can go for a swim when you get there. Also if you bring blow up inner tubes you can just hang out in the water and enjoy. Many different trail types, pick up a map to... More
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