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Miners Ravine Trail Along Dry Creek - Folsom Rd. to Harding Blvd

1.7 mile trail near Roseville, California
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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Unknown
Length: 1.8 miles
Duration: Less than 1 hour
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Overview:  Miners Ravine Trail Along Dry Creek - From Folsom Rd. to Harding Blvd., Roseville, CA is about 1.7 miles long and located near... more »


The trail follows the northwest bank of Dry Creek to it's headwaters.  It is just over 3/4 mile from the trail head to the routes destination - the middle of the Dry Creek Footbridge.  From the footbridge, look about 110 feet to see the confluence of Antelope Creek and Miners' Ravine Creek.  Dry Creek begins at the confluence.

Retrace your steps back to the trail head at Folsom Rd for a round trip hike of about 1.7 miles.  
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Tips:  On the way back you may want to take one or more of the dirt side trail along the edge of Dry Creek for a closer-to-nature look at the... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Miners Ravine Trail - Trail Head

The trail head is located next to the Folsom Road Dry Creek Bridge across from Linda Drive near downtown Roseville, CA

Parking is available on Linda Drive or in Roseville City parking lots.

2. Small Trail-side Amphitheater (Crosswalk #1)

There is a very small amphitheater down a very short trail on the opposite side of the paved trail from the creek. It is easily seen from the main paved trail.

3. Access Trail to Dry Creek (Crosswalk #2)

4. Picture Spot - Creek is close to trail

5. Paved side trail up to Taylor Park & Playground

Families with young children will enjoy the nice playground at this park. This small Roseville city park has a small portable restroom. It is usually fairly clean.

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6. Near East Street trail access to Miners Ravine Trail

7. Dry Creek Headwaters

From the footbridge, look about 110 feet upstream to see the confluence of Antelope Creek and Miners' Ravine Creek. Dry Creek begins at the confluence.

8. End of Route (for this Trail Guide)

Retrace your steps back to the trail head at Folsom Rd for a round trip hike of about 1.7 miles. On the way back you may want to take one or more of the dirt side trail along the edge of Dry Creek for a closer-to-nature look at the stream.

NOTE: The Miners Ravine Trail continues for another 3 1/3 miles to Sierra College Blvd. Of course hikers... More