Bike the Salinas River Trail

Rate this Adventure Lawrence Moore Park

Distance

2 Miles

Elevation Gain

200 Feet

Activities

Cycling, Running, Hiking

Skill

Beginner

Season

Year Round

Type

Point-to-Point

Added by

Josiah Roe

Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Food Nearby
Groups
Handicap Accessible
Picnic Area
River
Romantic
Scenic
Wildflowers
Wildlife

Wildflowers and riparian scenery along the Salinas River in the heart of the Paso Robles wine country.

The Salinas River Walk in Paso Robles is one of the first sections of a planned 30 mile river trail extending from Santa Margarita in the south to San Miguel. 

The trail can be accessed at several places, primarily at the south end at Lawrence Moore Park at the end of Riverbank Lane where there is good parking. There is also access at Niblick Road and then 13th Street on the north end of the trail.

The trail is excellent for biking (which can be rented from Paso Bike Tours), or for hiking and running. In the Winter the Spring the Salinas River will be flowing and the wildflowers are spectacular.  

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From $110/night

Enney Ranch

San Miguel, California

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Distance

2 Miles

Elevation Gain

200 Feet

Activities

Cycling, Running, Hiking

Skill

Beginner

Season

Year Round

Type

Point-to-Point

Added by

Josiah Roe

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