Over 600,000 acres of public land, and over 100 miles of hiking trails through some of California’s most stunning landscapes, make Lake County an ideal location for trekkers of all ages and skill levels.
You’ll experience a variety of terrains with views that are second to none in the American West – from mountain vistas and endless rows of vines, to open valleys and miles of freshwater shorelines.
For more information on all the great trail options in Lake County, visit the Konocti Regional Trails website.
A portion of the Mendocino National Forest is in Lake County, which is the only National Forest in California without a paved road – providing another 355 miles of Earthy pathways for your hiking enjoyment. And always remember that as you work those lungs, you’re breathing the cleanest air in the U.S.
PLUS, did you know that Lake County is now home to the newest US National Monument? Learn about the all-new Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument.
"The trails are never the same twice."
"Great hiking and bike sites at Cole Creek Campground at the State Park! I had a wonderful trip."