- One of the best jogging/walking trail in the Peninsula. About 7 miles of out & back paved trail. Unfortunately no dogs! :-(
- Best running trail on the Peninsula by far!
- Deers are everywhere and they don't run or afraid to people. I almost touch and feed them.
- Six-mile paved trail. Outhouses at each end, and a few places along the trail. One water fountain at the north end.
- Bring your comfy shoes and enjoy the trail!
- parking is a bitch. if on side of road, do not be on or over the white lane line.
- Beautiful place to run. It's 6 miles in one direction, there's never much congestion after the first mile, and no dogs to get in your way. Lovely views the whole path.
- Nice paved 6 mile trail between reservoirs. The further you go the less people there are.
- No drones allowed! Take those pesky things elsewhere.
- 6.0 miles trail one way. Great views of the lake and reservoir. No dogs allowed though
- A little crowded and the fence is unsightly but some beautiful views of water.
- Not really for a serious road bike ride. 15 mph speed limit.
- Great place to go for a bike ride or long walk on paved paths surrounded by beautiful scenery
- Beautiful paved trail that is perfect for bikers, joggers, and pedestrians. Make sure to reach the bridge that takes you across the reservoir. Has a lot of shade after the first stretch!
- Very crowded with inconsiderate people on weekends. Parking can be difficult to find.
- Gorgeous paved trail..
- Scenery of water and oak. Paved and marked for distance. Mostly flat. Water tends to enhance the sun. Sunscreen recommend. Swarms of insects often over trail. Run w/ glasses & closed mouth.
- This paved trail is so serene! Great for a walk, run or bike ride.
- Great trail to get in a 3 mi or 12 mi (out and back) run/jog
- Blissfully flat, paved trail. Perfect for when you're hungover and need to walk