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Lake Oroville
Hiking:

With so many hiking, biking, and equestrian trails in the area, Lake Oroville State Recreation Area awaits to be explored! And in the coming years, many of these trails will be improved and extended. Please check with the Lake Oroville Visitors Center for the most up to date hiking information.

Trailhead Access Facilities and Trails (information as of March 2006)
Trail Facility Use Access Health & Safety
Miles of Trail Allowable Uses Vehicle and Vehicle/Trailer Parking Spaces Toilets Trash Receptacles
Trailhead Access Sites
East Hamilton Rd Trailhead Access - - Approx 5 veh. 0 0
Toland Road Trailhead Access - - Undesignated; ~ 10 vehicles 0 0
Tres Vias Rd Trailhead Access - - Undesignated; ~ 10 vehicles 0 0
Lakeland Blvd Trailhead Access - - Undesignated; ~30 vehicles, ~10 veh./trailers 0 0
Saddle Dam Trailhead Access - - Undesignated; ~40 vehicles, ~15 veh./trailers 1 1
Trails
Bidwell Canyon Trail 4.9 Bicycles, Hiking 477 1 2 1 3 1
Brad Freeman Trail 41.0 Bicycles, Hiking 2 Various - -
Chaparral Interpretive Trail 0.2 Pedestrian 107 3 2 3 6 3
Dan Beebe Trail 14.3 Equestrian, Hiking Various - -
Feather Falls Trail 4 4.5 Multiple-use Approx. 50 1 1
Loafer Creek Day Use/Campground Trail 1.7 Hiking Only 251 5 2 5 2 5
Loafer Creek Loop Trail 3.2 Equestrian, Hiking 6 251 7 1 7 11 7
Sewim Bo Trail 0.5 Multiple-use 9 Unknown Unknown Unknown
OWA Trails Unknown Multiple-use Various Unknown Unknown
Potter's Ravine Trail 5.5 Multiple-use 10 468 8 2 8 1 8
Roy Rogers Trail 4.0 Equestrian, Hiking 6 251 5 2 5 2 5
Wyk Island Trail 0.2 Hiking Only 477 1 4 1 3 1

  1. In the Bidwell Canyon area
  2. Horses currently allowed on some segments, proposed for others
  3. At the Lake Oroville Visitors Center
  4. Not within the Project 2100 boundary
  5. In the Loafer Creek day use Area
  6. Portions proposed to be multiple use
  7. In the northern Loafer Creek area
  8. At the Spillway area (upper parking area)
  9. Originally designed as a hiking trail, it is not officially closed to any type of use
  10. An ADA accessible portion near the Spillway parking lot is closed to horses and bicycles.

Note: The dash indicates that there is no such facility or that the category does not apply.