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All reviews crystal springs reservoir beautiful scenery half mile bike ride beautiful walk own pace great hiking wild turkeys total distance mile hike deer eating great place to walk mountain lion mid week all ages great for kids peaceful place
Views of lake from the entire trail. Wildflowers are out (late March - Early April), including Indian Warrior and Douglas Iris.
Stay on the wide paved trail and avoid the abundant poison oak. Keep right!!!
Sawyer Camp Trail is one of my favorite trails on the Peninsula. An easy, paved walk on gently sloping hills, the trail is a perfect fit for just about anyone from cyclists and runners to moms with little ones or even strollers. The trail offers...More
I used to come here to do my marathon training. Great views of the reservoir on the 6 mile hike. Great for kids who want to ride a bike but stay off the streets where they may get hit by a car with a driver...More
a beautiful place for a walk, path is paved with a good surface with beautiful views. couldn't hear any of the traffic from the 280. was there midweek so had no problem finding parking near the trailhead.
We walk here every week and always enjoy the views no matter what type of weather. We always see lots of deer eating along the paved path. Sometimes we see wild turkeys, hawks. The trail goes for 6 miles and is marked for every half...More
Best place to walk, jog or ride bikes (slowly 15mph limit). No cars to worry about except the parking near the trailhead gets crowded. There are bathroom facilities available and some water.
Great views of Crystal Springs Reservoir and the dam.