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Accessible Trails in Northern California

 

Did you know that August 1st is National Mountain Climbing Day?  We thought we would celebrate by rounding up a list of accessible trails in Northern California.  So that’s exactly what we did.  We found our list here (https://www.traillink.com/trailsearch/?state=CA).  So get out there this month and do some walkin’.  Don’t forget to capture the moment and share with us.

 

Happy hiking!

 

Alameda Creek Regional Trail

The Alameda Creek Regional Trail runs from the mouth of Niles Canyon in Fremont to the San Francisco Bay, allowing recreational access to the levees on both sides of Alameda Creek.

Counties: Alameda

Length: 22.1 miles

Trail end points: San Francisco Bay and Old Canyon Rd. (Fremont)

Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Crushed Stone

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike, Inline Skating, Fishing, Wheelchair Accessible, Horseback Riding, Walking

 

Albertson Parkway

The Albertson Parkway is located in South San Jose, just steps away from the sprawling Santa Teresa County Park, which features preserved land and unpaved trails in the rolling Santa Teresa Hills.

Counties: Santa Clara

Length: 0.5 miles

Trail end points: Dondero Way and Cresta Vista Way and Curie Dr. and Manila Way

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike, Inline Skating, Wheelchair Accessible, Walking

 

Alum Rock Park Trail

Nestled between Alum Rock Canyon and the Mt. Diablo foothills, Alum Rock Park west of San Jose is California’s oldest city park.

Counties: Santa Clara

Length2.4 miles

Trail end points: Petitencia Creek Rd. and Alum Rock Falls Rd.

Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Dirt

Trail category: Rail-Trail

Trail activities: Wheelchair Accessible, Mountain Biking, Walking

 

 

Aquatic Park Trail

The Aquatic Park Trail travels along a hairpin-shaped route through Aquatic Park and around a small lake narrowly separated from the San Francisco Bay.

Counties: Alameda

Length: 2 miles

Trail end points: San Francisco Bay Trail on W. Frontage Rd. and Bolivar Dr.

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike, Inline Skating, Wheelchair Accessible, Walking

 

 

Arroyo Mocho Trail

The Arroyo Mocho Trail is a part of a network of multi-use trails in Livermore and which also links with the city of Pleasanton. 

Counties: Alameda

Length: 12.9 miles

Trail end points: Bernal Ave. & Stanley Blvd. and Vasco Rd.

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike, Inline Skating, Wheelchair Accessible, Walking

 

Barberry Walkway

The Barberry Walkway runs parallel to Barberry Lane between Corda Drive near Meadowfair Park and Dina Lane. There are plans to extend the walkway along the outskirts of the park to Quimby Road.

Counties: Santa Clara

Length: 0.5 miles

Trail end points: Corda Drive and Dina Lane

Trail surfaces: Concrete

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike, Wheelchair Accessible, Walking

 

 

Blue Gravel Mine Trail 

The Blue Gravel Mine Trail winds through southern neighborhoods of Redding.

Counties: Shasta

Length: 1.75 miles

Trail end points: Buenaventura Blvd. and Placer St. and Canyon Creek Rd. and Blazingwood Dr.

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activitiesBike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

 

Centennial Way Trail

The Centennial Way Trail follows the path of the BART line between San Bruno station and South San Francisco station. The BART, of course, runs underground while the trail doesn’t.

Counties: San Mateo

Length: 2.85 miles

Trail end points: South San Francisco BART station and San Bruno BART station

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Rail-Trail

Trail activitiesBike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

Chico Airport Bike Path

This linear trail through the northern sections of bike-friendly Chico runs on the abandoned Sacramento Northern Railway right-of-way. 

Counties: Butte

Length: 3.25 miles

Trail end points: Esplanade and E. 11th Ave. and Sikorsky Ave. at Chico Municipal Airport

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Rail-Trail

Trail activitiesBike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

 

Chico State Bike Path

The Chico State Bike Path, also known as the Railroad Bike Path, runs between CSU campus at Cherry Street and W. Lindo Avenue, paralleling an active rail line for most of the way.

States: California

Counties: Butte

Length: 2 miles

Trail end points: Chico State University at Cherry St. and W. Lindo Ave at UP tracks

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Rail-Trail

Trail activitiesBike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

Clover Creek Preserve Trail

Paved trails on either side of Clover Creek combine with a loop around a retention pond to form a larger trail loop through Clover Creek Preserve in Redding.

States: California

Counties: Shasta

Length: 2 miles

Trail end points: Saturn Skyway and Shasta View Dr. and Preserve Blvd. and Thomason Tr.

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activitiesBike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

 

Contra Costa Canal Trail

The Contra Costa Canal Trail forms a horseshoe shape route, traversing through the urban and neighborhood landscape of Martinez, Pleasant Hill, Walnut Creek and Concord.

Counties: Contra Costa

Length: 13.8 miles

Trail end points: Muir Rd. Martinez (Pacheco) and Willow Pass Rd. (Concord)

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Horseback RidingWalking

 

Coyote Creek Trail (San Jose)

 

For most of its length, the scenic Coyote Creek Trail meanders along its namesake creek south of the city of San Jose. South of Metcalf Road, an equestrian trail parallels the paved trail.

Counties: Santa Clara

Length: 22.1 miles

Trail end points: S. portion from Tulley Rd at Galveston Ave. to Morning Star Dr. at Eagle View Dr. and N. portion from Montague Expwy nr. Seely Ave. to Southbay Freeway

Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Crushed Stone

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activitiesBike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Horseback RidingMountain Biking,  Walking

Delta de Anza Regional Trail

The Delta de Anza Regional Trail is 15 miles long, running between Willow Pass Road at Route 4 near Concord and Main Street (Rt. 4) at E. Cypress Road in Oakley. 

Counties: Contra Costa

Length: 15 miles

Trail end points: Willow Pass Rd (nr. Bay Point) and East Cypress Rd (Oakley)

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

Dry Creek Greenway (Roseville)

Roseville’s Dry Creek Greenway is planned to one day span 4.25 miles through the southern neighborhoods of this central California town.

Counties: Placer

Length: 0.7 miles

Trail end points: Oak Ridge Drive and Meadowlark Way

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

East Bay Greenway

A half mile of the East Bay Greenway is currently open from the Coliseum BART Station (at 75th Avenue) to 85th Avenue in Oakland. 

Counties: Alameda

Length: 0.5 miles

Trail end points: 75th Avenue and 85th Avenue

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Rail-Trail

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

East Bay Municipal Utility District Right-of-Way

The East Bay Municipal Utility District Right-of-Way, as its name suggests, is a trail open on a utility corridor in Stockton.

Counties: San Joaquin

Length: 5.5 miles

Trail end points: Brookside Rd. and Gleneagles Dr. and SR 99 north of E. Hammer Ln.

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

Elk Grove Creek Trail

The Elk Grove Creek Trail is open in two disconnected segments along its namesake waterway in the cities of Elk Grove and Sacramento. Both portions offer a smooth paved surface.

Counties: Sacramento

Length: 8.6 miles

Trail end points: Franklin Blvd. and Calvine Rd. (Sacramento) and Emerald Vista Dr. and E. Stockton Blvd. (Elk Grove)

Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Concrete

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activitiesBike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Horseback RidingWalking

Eureka Waterfront Trail

Northern California’s Eureka Waterfront Trail is located along the shore of Humboldt Bay.

Counties: Humboldt

Length: 6.5 miles

Trail end points: Former Eureka Holmes Lumber Mill site and Tydd Street

Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Boardwalk

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingFishing,  Wheelchair Accessible,  Walking

Fairfield Linear Park

Running from Solano Community College on the southwest edge of town and into the town of Fairfield.

States: California

Counties: Solano

Length: 6.1 miles

Trail end points: Dover Avenue and Solano Community College

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Rail-Trail

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Mountain BikingWalking

 

Franklin Creek Trail

One of the newest trails in Elk Grove’s impressive system, the Franklin Creek Trail provides extensive recreation and active transportation options to residents of the city’s southern neighborhoods.

Counties: Sacramento

Length: 6.4 miles

Trail end points: Franklin Blvd. and Elk Grove Blvd. and Whitelock Pkwy. and Wolf Pack Ln.

Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Concrete

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

 

The French Camp Slough Trail

Also known as the San Joaquin River Trail, parallels both waterways on levees in the southern reaches of Stockton

Counties: San Joaquin

Length: 2.7 miles

Trail end points: Carolyn Weston Blvd. west of I-5 and Abruzzi Ct.

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

ID: 6533637

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

Golden Gate Park Bike Path

The Golden Gate Park Bike Path winds through San Francisco’s famous city park, providing both a retreat from urban life and an important link in the city’s growing bike network.

Counties: San Francisco

Length: 3.95 miles

Trail end points: Fell St. and Baker St. and Great Highway Bike Path at Lincoln Way and Great Hwy.

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

 

 

Guadalupe River Trail

The Guadalupe River Trail is the spine of San Jose’s growing trail network, running north-south through much of the city.

Counties: Santa Clara

Length: 12.5 miles

Trail end points: San Francisco Bay Trail at Gold St. (Alviso) and Los Alamitos Creek Trail at Almaden Lake Park on Coleman Rd. (San Jose)

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

 

Humbug-Willow Creek Trail

 

The Humbug-Willow Creek Trail is really a collection of multi-use trails in the city of Folsom, about 32 miles’ worth, and more are planned.

Counties: Sacramento

Length: 18 miles

Trail end points: Mormon Island Wetlands State Park and Lake Forest Industrial Park

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Horseback RidingMountain Biking,  Walking

 

 

 

Isabel Avenue Trail

The Isabel Avenue Trail runs north-south on the western boundary of Livermore in the eastern San Francisco Bay area’s Tri-Valley region.

Counties: Alameda

Length: 3.2 miles

Trail end points: Isabel Ave. and Jack London Blvd. and Lakeside Circle

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

 

 

Johnny Cash – Folsom Prison Blues Trail

The Johnny Cash – Folsom Prison Blues Trail skirts the Folsom State Prison, which Cash sang about in his well-known 1955 song “Folsom Prison Blues.”

Counties: Sacramento

Length: 3.2 miles

Trail end points: Greenback Ln (Folsom Powerhouse State Historic Park) and American River Bike Trail at Folsom Lake Crossing

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

Lafayette-Moraga Regional Trail

The Lafayette-Moraga Regional Trail links its two namesake communities via a former logging railroad corridor that largely parallels St. Mary’s Road.

Counties: Contra Costa

Length: 7.65 miles

Trail end points: Olympic Boulevard Staging Area at Pleasant Hill Rd. and Olympic Blvd. (Lafayette) and Valle Vista Staging Area on Canyon Rd. (Moraga)

Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Concrete

Trail category: Rail-Trail

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Horseback RidingWalking

Lake Almanor Recreation Trail

The Lake Almanor Recreation Trail offers scenic views of the lake and mountains, including Lassen Volcano in nearby Lassen Volcanic National Park.

Counties: Plumas

Length: 9.5 miles

Trail end points: Humbug-Humbolt Cross Road and Route 89 at Rocky Point Campground Rd.

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingFishing,  Wheelchair Accessible,  WalkingCross Country Skiing

 

Lake Merced Loop (San Francisco)

This 4.5-mile paved trail encircles Lake Merced in southwestern San Francisco. The western leg of the loop is also referred to as the Lake Merced Measured Mile.

Counties: San Francisco

Length: 4.5 miles

Trail end points: Sunset Blvd. and Lake Merced Blvd.

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingFishing,  Wheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

 

Lake Merritt Trail

Oakland’s Lake Merritt Trail closely follows the lake’s shoreline for a pleasant, paved trip with beautiful views and connections to several parks and attractions right in the heart of the city. 

Counties: Alameda

Length: 3.1 miles

Trail end points: Lake Merritt Blvd. and Lakeside Park

Trail surfaces: Concrete

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

Lake Natoma Trail

Although most area residents (and Google Maps) consider the Lake Natoma Trail part of the American River Bike Trail, it is a separate trail in its own right.

Counties: Sacramento

Length: 6 miles

Trail end points: Gold Lake Dr. east of Folsom Blvd. and American River Bike Trail at Hazel Ave. and Gold Country Blvd.

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

 

Los Alamitos Creek Trail

The Los Alamitos Creek Trail runs along its namesake creek between McKean Road and Almaden Lake Park, where the trail is also known as the Lake Almaden Trail.

Counties: Santa Clara

Length: 5.2 miles

Trail end points: Guadalupe River Trail at Almaden Lake Park on Coleman Rd. and McKean Rd.

Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Concrete

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

Los Gatos Creek Trail

It is difficult to travel through suburban Santa Clara County for more than a few minutes without noticing an abundance of cyclists and runners in the area.

Counties: Santa Clara

Length: 11.2 miles

Trail end points: Lonus St. to W. San Carlos St. (San Jose) and Meridian Ave. to Lexington Reservoir

Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Dirt, Gravel

Trail category: Rail-Trail

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingFishing,  Wheelchair Accessible,  Mountain Biking,  Walking

 

 

Lower Silver Creek Trail

The Lower Silver Creek Trail runs in a nearly straight line between Ocala Avenue and Dobern Avenue (Abed Court). 

States: California

Counties: Santa Clara

Length: 1.05 miles

Trail end points: Dobern Ave./Abed Ct. and Ocala Ave.

Trail surfaces: Concrete

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

Marsh Creek Trail

Marsh Creek Trail follows the sinuous course of Marsh Creek through the outskirts of suburbia and among the rich farmland of Contra Costa County.

Counties: Contra Costa

Length: 8.5 miles

Trail end points: Concord Ave. (Brentwood) and Big Break Regional Park (Oakley)

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

Natomas Westlake Path

Located in a quiet residential neighborhood, the Natomas Westlake Path runs along the shoreline of its namesake lake in the growing Natomas section of Sacramento. 

Counties: Sacramento

Length: 1.3 miles

Trail end points: Egret Park on Westlake Pkwy. and Clubside Ln.

Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Concrete

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

Nimitz Way

Nimitz Way links Tilden Regional Park and Wildcat Canyon Regional Park via the ridge between Wildcat Creek and the San Pablo Reservoir on the northern outskirts of Berkeley.

Counties: Contra Costa

Length: 4.1 miles

Trail end points: Wildcat Canyon Rd. in Tilden Regional Park and San Pablo Ridge Trail/Mezue Trail in Wildcat Canyon Regional Park

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Horseback RidingWalking

Ohlone Greenway

Named for the Ohlone Indians who once lived in the area, this trail doubles as a commuting corridor and a recreation destination for the cities of Berkeley, Albany and El Cerrito.

Counties: Alameda, Contra Costa

Length: 5.3 miles

Trail end points: Martin Luther King, Jr. Way at Hearst Avenue (Berkeley) and San Pablo Avenue (El Cerrito)

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Rail-Trail

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

 

Paradise Memorial Trailway

Located in the Sierra Nevada foothills, Paradise, California, is a warm and inviting city with a small-town feel, and this trail offers visitors the perfect way to see it.

Counties: Butte

Length: 5.2 miles

Trail end points: Pentz Rd. at Skyway Rd. (nr. Magalia) and Skyway Rd. at Neal Rd. (Paradise)

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Rail-Trail

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

Penitencia Creek Trail

The Penitencia Creek Trail follows its namesake creek through a suburban greenbelt in northeast San José.

Counties: Santa Clara

Length: 2.8 miles

Trail end points: Mabury Rd. and Noble Ave.

Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Gravel

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Mountain BikingWalking

 

Sabercat Creek Trail

The Sabercat Creek Trail can be found along its tree-lined namesake waterway in the Mission San Jose community of Fremont, a coastal California city off the San Francisco Bay.

Counties: Alameda

Length: 2 miles

Trail end points: Pine St. and east of I-680

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Wheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

Sacramento River Parkway Trail

Hugging the eastern bank of the Sacramento River, the Sacramento River Parkway Trail travels through Sacramento in two disconnected segments. 

Hugging the eastern bank of the Sacramento River, the Sacramento River Parkway Trail travels through Sacramento in two disconnected segments. 

Counties: Sacramento

Length: 9.3 miles

Trail end points: Tiscornia Park on Jibboom St. and Bill Conlin Youth Sports Complex on Freeport Blvd.

Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Concrete

Trail category: Rail-Trail

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

Sacramento River Rail Trail

Over the years the Bureau of Land Management, with many partners, has worked diligently to develop one of the premier trail destinations in the West.

Counties: Shasta

Length: 11.1 miles

Trail end points: Sacramento River Trail at Keswick Dam Rd. (Shasta) and Coram Rd. south of Shasta Dam (near City of Shasta Lake)

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Rail-Trail

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingFishing,  Wheelchair Accessible,  Walking

Sacramento River Trail

Tucked away in Northern California’s Shasta County is the charming town of Redding, which over the years has worked diligently to become one of the premier trail destinations in the West.

Counties: Shasta

Length: 12.27 miles

Trail end points: Sacramento River Rail Trail at Keswick Dam Rd. and Hilltop Dr. and Dana Dr.

Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Concrete

Trail category: Rail-Trail

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingFishing,  Wheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

San Francisco Bay Trail

The San Francisco Bay Trail is a colossal effort to create a 500-mile multiuse trail encircling its namesake bay.

Counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, Sonoma

Length: 301.5 miles

Trail end points: California State Route 237 (San Jose) and Kennedy Park (Napa)

Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Boardwalk, Concrete, Crushed Stone, Dirt, Gravel

Trail category: Rail-Trail

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingFishing,  Wheelchair Accessible,  Walking

San Tomas Aquino Creek Trail

The San Tomas Aquino Creek Trail offers a paved route running approximately 5 miles through Santa Clara along its namesake waterway.

Santa Clara

Length: 4.6 miles

Trail end points: El Camino Real/SR 82 and San Tomas Expy. and San Francisco Bay Trail at SR 237

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

Silver Creek Valley Trail

Silver Creek Valley Trail follows its namesake creek and paralleling Silver Creek Valley Road. The passes through a country club neighborhood and through open space over a steep hill.

Counties: Santa Clara

Length: 4 miles

Trail end points: Hassler Pkway to Hellyer Ave. and Hassler Pkway to San Felipe Rd.

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

Stanford Hills Trail

The Stanford Hills Trail is a short spur off the much longer Sacramento River Trail, the gem of Redding’s trail network. 

Counties: Shasta

Length: 0.84 miles

Trail end points: Sutro Mine Rd. and Sacramento River Trail

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

Stevens Creek Trail

The Stevens Creek Trail is open in two disconnected segments in Mountain View and Cupertino, two of Silicon Valley’s growing communities.

Counties: Santa Clara

Length: 5.9 miles

Trail end points: San Francisco Bay Trail in Shoreline Park and Dale Ave. and Heatherstone Way (Mountain View); Stevens Creek Blvd. to McClellan Rd. (Cupertino)

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

Sunrise Bikeway

The Sunrise Bikeway is a short but important commuter route in the suburbs of northeast Sacramento, linking neighborhoods with businesses and providing an off-road route.

Counties: Sacramento

Length: 2 miles

Trail end points: Point E Drive (Nimbus Industrial Park) and Bridge Street (Fair Oaks)

Trail surfaces: Concrete

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

 

Umbarger Road Parkway

The Umbarger Road Parkway parallels its namesake road for just over 0.5 mile between Plumas Drive and Tuers Road in a narrow strip of greenspace surrounded by suburbia.

 

Counties: Santa Clara

Length: 0.6 miles

Trail end points: Tuers Rd. and Umbarger Rd. and Plumas Dr.

Trail surfaces: Concrete

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

Upper Silver Creek Trail

The Upper Silver Creek Trail courses through Silver Creek Linear Park, offering a nice play area and picnicking at the southern end and tennis courts and a basketball court.

Counties: Santa Clara

Length: 0.9 miles

Trail end points: Yerba Buena Rd. at Silver Creek Rd. (north end) and Yerba Buena Rd. nr. the golf course

Trail surfaces: Asphalt

Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT

Trail activities: Bike,  Inline SkatingWheelchair Accessible,  Walking

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