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Best Trails in Sacramento

Avery's Pond Trail

Newcastle, CA

Hiking
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More Activities

Walking
Fishing

Avery's Pond Trail is a 7.8 mile out and back trail located near Newcastle, CA and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and fishing and is accessible year-round.

  • Best Hiking

  • Best Mountain Biking

  • Best Trail Running

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Guy West Bridge to Goethe Park
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Guy West Bridge to Goethe Park
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Guy West Bridge to Goethe Park
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American River Bike Trail
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It's a great place for a run and i enjoy the view of the river.

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Sacramento Waterfront Trail
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Its a nice walk. Careful with the geese droppings they are everywhere!!!

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Guy West Bridge to Goethe Park
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This was a nice trail, but some guy on a bike started following my friend and I halfway through our walk making it really uncomfortable. Needless to say we cut our walk short and probably won't go back again.

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Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail
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1 Completed 0 Reviews

loved this trail. very clean, not too crowded. enjoyed this one!

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American River Bike Trail
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4 Completed 0 Reviews

At the place where all trails had me start, it was paved but just after a couple miles The road changed to gravel which wasn't comfortable. Also there were several areas of private property. Perhaps beginning of the trail at another area would've been better.

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Guy West Bridge to Goethe Park
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Nice spot to take a run or bike ride without leaving the city. Shade is minimal and the trail is hot during the summer. This trail is also a refuge to wildlife such as turkey and deer which can often be seen riverside.

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Sacramento Waterfront Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

C'mon! It's not that bad. Yes there are homeless people, yes it's kind of dirty. It's a city! Don't go here expecting pristine wilderness, it's a 1000' from downtown. It's a beautiful area connecting discovery park with old sac. It's also quite busy (and safe!) on the weekends in the summer with joggers, bikers, etc.