Map of the Coyote Creek Trail, Los Angeles County, CA


Coyote Creek Trail in Los Angeles County, California

Coyote Creek Trail California map area

Coyote Creek Trail, California


10 miles




Long Beach, Los Alamitos, La Palma, Santa Fe Springs, Whittier, Buena Park, La Mirada


channel for Coyote Creek, Cerritos Regional County Park, local parks, schools


San Gabriel River Trail


Los Angeles

The Coyote Creek Trail, also known as the Coyote Creek Regional Bikeway, is a 10-mile long paved pathway that follows the channel for Coyote Creek from Long Beach to Whittier in Southern California. The trail connects to the San Gabriel River Trail at its southwest end.

There is also a 2.75 mile long portion of the Coyote Creek Trail that spans between La Mirada Boulevard and Imperial Highway in Buena Park and La Mirada. The two sections of the trail do not meet.

The Coyote Creek Trail allows trail users to ride away from traffic. It goes past numerous parks and schools and has underpasses and access paths at most of the major roadways. The trail goes past residential neighborhoods, office parks, industrial areas and commercial centers.


The Coyote Creek Trail is paved for the entire route. The trail is open for bike riding, running and walking.


The Coyote Creek Trail goes past the following communities: Long Beach, Los Alamitos, La Palma, Santa Fe Springs and Whittier.

Points of Interest

The Coyote Creek Trail goes past the following points of interest:

Oak Academy Park
Oak Academy Middle School
Spring & Claremore Station
Los Alamitos High School
Laurel High School
Norwalk - Wardlow Station
Hawaiian Elementary School
Cerritos Regional County Park
El Rancho Verde Park
Los Coyotes Middle School
Behringer Park South Athletic Field
Nearby Trails

San Gabriel River Trail: the two trails meet where the channel for Coyote Creek meets the channel for the San Gabriel River in Long Beach. This is also the south end of the Coyote Creek Trail.

End Points

The southwest end of the Coyote Creek Trail is located at a point to the north of the interchange between Interstate 605 and Interstate 405 in Long Beach. This is where the trail meets the San Gabriel River Trail. This location is at the southeast corner of the El Dorado Park Golf Course.

The northeast end of the trail is along Meyer Road to the south of Leffingwell Road in Whittier.