Walking, biking, playing and more! Check out the City of Roseville Parks, Trails, and Bikeways map to pinpoint exactly where you want to go.
Miner’s & False Ravine Trails – Two six mile round-trip walking trails with some of the most beautiful open wetland space Roseville has to offer
Maidu Regional Park – Visit the ancient Maidu Historic Site or walk the two mile loop around the outside of the park
Pleasant Grove Creek Trail South Branch – Walk or ride through majestic oak trees and wide open space on a two mile round trip loop from Veteran’s Memorial Park to Blue Oaks Park
This city is home to over 30 local parks outfitted with walking trails and playgrounds for families. Plot your course on the City of Rocklin’s Interactive Trail Map.
Quarry Park – Home to Quarry Park Adventures, an amphitheater, and walking trails this is the ideal spot with something to do for the whole family
RRUFF Dog Park - Located within the Johnson Springview Park, let your furry friend run free at this state of the art dog oasis
Whitney Oaks Trails - Find miles of trails that provide stunning views of the Sierra foothills and oak-studded hillsides
Home to the annual Tour de Lincoln, a ten to sixty-mile bike course, Lincoln is a destination for avid cyclists and trail walkers. For a complete list of trails skim through the City of Lincoln’s Regional Parks and Bike Path map.
Foskett Park - a 42 acre regional park featuring a lighted softball and soccer complex, bike and pedestrian trails, and three children’s play areas
McBean Park - home of the Lincoln Potters, a collegiate wood bat baseball team that was first in Lincoln back in 1923. Watch a game at the stadium June through August
Camp Far West Reservoir – Located at the junction of three counties, the lake is easily accessible for swimming, boating, water skiing, jet skiing, hiking, biking, fishing and horseback riding