Part of this 1.3-mile-long trail runs along Kings Mountain Road. It features Redwoods, Madrone and Douglas firs. The trail tread is primarily clay soil with some areas of base rock. Horses are welcome.
This is a .7-mile-long, single track trail which features Bay trees, Redwood and Oak trees. This trail begins at the Zwierlein Trailhead and ends on Richards Road at the Meadow. Horses are not permitted.
The Canyon Trail is a single track trail that closes to equestrians in the rainy season but is open year round to hikers/runners. This trail connects to the Campground Trail and the Crystal Springs Trail. When hiking this trail the visitor will see Redwood, Madrone, Oak trees. Some of the wildlife seen will be deer, red-tailed hawks and banana slugs.
Open year round to hikers and runners, this .4-mile-long trail is closed to equestrians in the winter time. The trail is in the middle of Chaparral and Manzanita. It slowly winds through Redwood and Madrone trees.
This is 1.8-mile-long moderately difficult trail is composed of gravel and soil and leads hikers among Huckleberry, Toyon and Redwood trees. Connect to the Crystal Springs and Dean trails to complete a 7-mile loop. Horses are welcome.
This 4-mile-long, gravel surface trail is the only trail that travels from the top of the park to the bottom. The moderately challenging trail features Redwood, Madrone and Oak trees. Horses are welcome.
Situated in the middle of the park, this 1.9-mile-long trail connects to numerous park trails and features Redwood, Madrone and Oak trees. Considered a moderately challenging trail, it connects to McGarvey Flat with picnic tables. Horses are welcome.
This trail enters the Park near Kings Mountain Road and meanders past the park entrance to the West Meadow Picnic Area, and then to Richards Road and Bay Tree trails. An easy .7-mile-long trail that allows horses.