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Biking Around

I have enjoyed the bike/walking trails around Elk Grove. The trails are not linked and can be very... read more

Reviewed May 27, 2018
ELba W
Peacefull, quiet and lots to see

Really peacefull place to stroll along the water and watch wildlife. Many turtles can be found... read more

Reviewed December 21, 2017
EGBillc
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27 May 2018
“Biking Around”
21 Dec 2017
“Peacefull, quiet and lots to see”
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Reviewed May 27, 2018

I have enjoyed the bike/walking trails around Elk Grove. The trails are not linked and can be very different. Part of the Elk Grove Creek Trail reminds me of some lush places in the south. It's fun to see the egrets and other birds that...More

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Reviewed December 21, 2017

Really peacefull place to stroll along the water and watch wildlife. Many turtles can be found sunning along the bank on logs or rocks, mallards feeding, courting or tending to newborn chicks. We take the grandkids and have them slow way down, standing still every...More

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Reviewed February 13, 2017 via mobile

A fun place to walk and see wildlife such as ducks, geese and birds. Easy access to enter and exit the path.

1  Thank bearfoster
Reviewed January 17, 2017 via mobile

The trail i am referring to starts behind Winco(Big Horn) and takes you towards Laguna Blvd behind Leatherbys around the a bridge that crosses over Hwy99 behind Walmart and goes behind Bell Pizzaria and ends on Elk Grove Blvd. It's about 3 to 4 mi...More

2  Thank Luis A
Reviewed November 23, 2016

This trail is good for walking or biking. Horseback riding is allowed, too, but I rarely see that. I walk this trail almost every day and always see something interesting. I've seen beautiful skies, wildflowers, and a variety of animals, ranging from birds to turtles...More

1  Thank Monique C
Reviewed August 23, 2016

I used to walk my dogs here every day as part of a 3 mile walk. Lots of birds and beaver (if the CSD hasn't trapped them all). Some shady areas welcome. Litter from high school kids hanging out, homeowners throwing stuff over their fences,...More

1  Thank Carol M
Reviewed April 3, 2016

Walking this trail for exercise is a wonderful way to see nature on one side (houses on the other). Go fo the nature [smiles]. You don't see quite as much when the creekbed is dry as you do when it is wet. There are some...More

1  Thank TravelingNurseJenn
Reviewed March 29, 2016

Elk Grove is full of trails and are protected by the City. They are part of the city's recreation. Nice a green and peaceful. People walk, jog, and cycle on the trails. Sometimes they have weekend runs. People also walk their dogs there and bags...More

1  Thank Leon M
Reviewed March 19, 2016

Easy to find Good for biking running or walking Nice 2 lane track- level ground May be a challenge to find parking nearby

1  Thank Cocokayak
Reviewed September 26, 2015

This trail had been a shorter trail on my previous visits to Elk Grove but a bridge over Highway 99 opened up and the trail is now longer since it crosses the highway. There are plans to make the trail even longer and connect it...More

1  Thank TRbeer
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Jacqueline S
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Response from TravelingNurseJenn | Reviewed this property |
There is a Winco Shopping Center on Sheldon. If you get off the 99 headed west you will need to take a left at the light past the Winco shopping Center (Lewis Stein Rd I believe). The start of the trail is on east side of... More
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