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Map of the recreational trails in the Roseville & Lincoln area

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Recreational Trails in Roseville & Lincoln, California

Roseville, California map area

Roseville, California

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BIKE PATHS / WALKING PATHS

Antelope Creek Trail

Auburn Ravine Open Space Wetland Preserve Trail

Dry Creek Trail

False Ravine Trail

Linda Creek Trail

Maidu Regional Park Trail

Miners Ravine Trail

Pleasant Grove Creek Trail

Whitney Community Park Trail

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Sacramento

The cities of Roseville and Lincoln are located to the northeast of the Sacramento metropolitan area.

This area has numerous recreational trails for bike riding, walking and running. These trails may wander through the natural areas alongside a creekbed, follow alongside a major roadway or travel through residential neighborhoods.

Miners Ravine Trail

The Miners Ravine Trail is a 5.3-mile long paved pathway that travels through the natural areas of Dry Creek and Miners Ravine. The route of the trail spans between Riverside Avenue and Sierra College Boulevard and passes residential neighborhoods and several local parks. The trail goes past Saugstad Park, Royer Park, William L. Taylor Park, Olympus Point Sculpture Park, Secret Ravine and John G. Piches Park.

The southwest end of the Miners Ravine Trail is located along Darling Way to the east of Riverside Avenue. There is an underpass for crossing Douglas Boulevard. There is a gap in the trail at Royer Park. The trail can be accessed again at the north end of Dietrich Drive and the trail crosses Dry Creek with a bridge where is passes next to Downtown Roseville.

To the northeast of Folsom Road, the trail travels through the natural areas to the southeast of Atlantic Street. There is an underpass for crossing Harding Boulevard, Interstate 80, Eureka Road, Sunrise Avenue and E. Roseville Parkway. The east end of the Miners Ravine Trail is located along Sierra College Boulevard at 0.6 miles south of Secret Ravine Parkway.

False Ravine Trail

The False Ravine Trail is a 1.5-mile long paved pathway that travels to the northeast of the Miners Ravine Trail. The two trails intersect at a point to the west of E. Roseville Parkway and Alexandra Drive. The trail wanders through the natural areas as far as Scarborough Drive.

Antelope Creek Trail

The Antelope Creek Trail is a 1.4-mile long paved pathway that wanders through the natural areas alongside Antelope Creek. This area is located to the north of Downtown Roseville. The trail stretches between Galleria Boulevard, just north of Atlantic Street, to Springview Drive.

Pleasant Grove Creek Trail

The Pleasant Grove Creek Trail consists of around 5 miles of paved pathway and is located to eitherside of Blue Oaks Boulevard on the north side of Roseville. The trail wanders through the natural areas alongside the creek away from traiffic and roadways. The trail goes past Blue Oaks Park, Blue Oaks Elementary School, Cooley Middle School, Veterans Memorial Park North, William Bill Hughes Park and Dugan Park.


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails in the Roseville and Lincoln area of Central California.


Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Central California

Below is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in Central California.

Many additional recreational trails are displayed on the maps for each city or county

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