Walk through upscale neighborhoods to Ancil Hoffman Park. Travel the dirt paths in this 396 acre park located along the beautiful American River Parkway.
Walk through older established Carmichael neighborhoods to three different parks.
The route travels through one of the original Sacramento land grants, the old Stock Ranch. Wind through the Stock Ranch residential areas and Van Maren Park, to the riparian Stock Ranch Preserve.
A bike ride circling the town of Davis, mostly on bike trails with some use of bike lanes. The route highlights the features that make Davis the most bike friendly city of its size in the USA.
This walk takes advantage of the many miles of off-street pathways in Davis and leads into the Yolo County streets of upscale El Macero and historic Willowback for views of a golf course and product
A majority of this walk is on paved pathways through parks, green belts and residential sidewalks in southeast Davis.
You will thoroughly enjoy this walk through the UC Davis Arboretum. See different birds and fauna in a beautiful setting.
This walk is a well hidden treasure that will take you along the levee encircling the Stonelakes National Wildlife Refuge and some beautiful homes.
Everyone can enjoy this walk with a variety of settings including the tranquil Laguna and Whitehouse creeks and through wetlands.
Enjoy the peacefulness of paved paths along Elk Grove Creek's seasonal watershed; home to salamanders, turtles, frogs, egrets, great blue herons, and the endangered Swainson hawk.
This walk passes through lovely neighborhoods on its way to the Elk Grove Regional Park where you will then enjoy the grand tour.
Etna is a charming 1860's ranching/mining town near the Pacific Crest Trail. Follow along a dirt trail with modest hills, along city streets, most without sidewalks, and through a park & cemetery.
Walk through this historic and quaint town known for its roaming chickens, starting at Plaza and Village parks. This is a hilly area that will stretch your calves, but it is quite picturesque.
Take a trip back into the time of the Gold Rush through old town Folsom, passing historic sites such as the terminus of the Sacramento Valley RR, Pony Express Station, the historic Folsom Powerhouse.
The Lost Slough Wetlands Walk is a 1-mile universally-accessible trail offering an up-close view of lush marshes, wetland plants, water-birds, insects and amphibians. There is also a wooden boardwalk.
Travel the Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail thru the American River Parkway along the river's edge.
This walk takes in a beautiful section of the American River Parkway bike path and crosses the river on 3 different bridges.
This paved trail travels along the beautiful American River with lovely views in this natural setting. Birds and wildlife thrive in this riparian habitat.
Route includes affluent and shady residential areas of Arden Park and Arden Oaks. Both walks include a "nature trail" option.
These walk routes takes you on shady residential streets and trails along the American River.
The walk meanders through the affluent Sierra Oaks, Campus Commons and East Ranch neighborhoods.
This is a lovely, shady walk through the residential areas of Land Park, Curtis Park and Crocker Village.The Tile House stands out along the 10K walk. You will not want to miss this unique decorations
Enjoy the tree-lined streets of Elmhurst, one of Sacramento's older neighborhoods with homes from small and quaint to large and stately.
The Hidden Murals walk showcases the work of artists created for the Sacramento Mural Festival in the last couple of years. Many of the murals cover major portions of buildings up to four stories high
This walk has three 5K loops. One goes on the levee & through South Land Park. Two goes through William Land Park, the zoo and Fairytale Town. Three goes through neighborhoods. Do all three & enjoy!
Stroll along sidewalks and bike paths following Laguna Creek through several subdivisions. Enjoy these easy walks any time of year and expect to see a variety of birds, squirrels, and other critters.
There are 5 and 10k routes through a lovely greenbelt and along the canal. Or there are 5 and 10k routes along the canal and the Sacramento River. Or walkers can take the 20k route and do it all!
Walk the pleasant and shady lanes of an affluent neighborhood. Sidewalks are few, so dress for visibility. Wheelchairs might have some difficulty when traffic forces one on shoulders.
This route follows a paved recreation trail, some sidewalks and paved roads.
Of the residential walks in Sacramento, this is the favorite with its overhanging Sycamore trees lining the streets providing lush shade.
Walk the Clarksburg Branch Line Trail, a former rail line converted to a trail that is partially paved. This walk has 3 different 5K loops.
Saunter down the River Walk in West Sacramento. Walk over the historic Tower Bridge that connects West Sacramento to Sacramento and visit many Sacramento favorite spots.
A beautifully historic walk through tree shaded Woodland which was first established in 1861. Visit the historic cemetery and the opera house as well as other unique and eccentric places.