Effie Yeaw Nature Center Trails

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Effie Yeaw Nature Center Trails is a 2.5 mile loop trail located near Carmichael, California that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for birding, hiking, nature trips & walking and is accessible year-round.

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Joel Morgan (1075)

22 Completed5 Reviews

Leisurely trails that traverse historical grounds. Went with my boys who were interested in reading the various plaques that provided interesting information about the area. It is a popular destination with lots of families with small children. If your looking for more scenery or distance then add the trails that envelope the golf course.

Marisa McCune (704)

14 Completed13 Reviews

Fyi: to get in the main entrance it costs $5. You can park in the residential area outside the gates and get in for free. :-) Peaceful and native Sacramento.

Ricardo Gordon (116)

2 Completed1 Reviews

Loved this trail

Heidi M (146)

6 Completed6 Reviews

Nice place to go right in town to get away from it all. Lots of places you can find to be alone and have some quiet time as well as see some nature and wildlife. No dogs are allowed in this area but on others around you can.

Kim Bridges (50)

2 Completed2 Reviews

Great hike for children and special needs children or adults. Easy walk. No dogs allowed on trails. Small fee to park think it was 3.00 but no more than 5.00. Nature Center is free and very educational.

amanda bartels (47)

8 Completed1 Reviews

this is a great place to take kids for a nature walk!! My son loves it!

Myra Talaroc Alcoran (1294)

17 Completed16 Reviews

completed the 2 small nature trails. here. The sounds of birds, was relaxing. I can see this place getting extremely busy in the summer months due to the river access and activities for kids. As I walked, I enjoyed rabbits hopping the trail right in front of me. wild turkeys showing off their plumage. Deer are present throughout.

Marlene Santamaria (103)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Loved it!! Great place to take the kids.

Dan M. (169)

I've never done much hiking in my 40 years of life but this little nature walk is truly relaxing. Go alone or take your family for lunch in the picnic area. It's awesome and it's so close to home.

Maria Gumpal (549)

21 Completed14 Reviews

Got to see lots of wildlife along the river but there wasn't anything else that was very exciting for the most part. The best part was actually the visitors center where they had a bunch of animals found in the area and an educational center. Don't miss is.

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