Folsom's Trails and Bikeways: Connecting Nature and Recreation
Folsom's recreational trail system provides more than 50 miles of beautiful paved trails for cyclists and pedestrians. Trail access points are located within most of the City's neighborhoods and near businesses and retail centers. Many of the trails meander through Folsom's dedicated open space corridors, providing a journey through greenbelts, wooded areas with native oaks and vegetation, wildlife habitats, and along creeks and seasonal streams. We encourage all trail users to be good stewards of the trails, remembering to leave no trace: pick up after dogs, refrain from littering, and to preserve the terrain and vegetation by remaining on the developed trails.
Many residents consider the trail system to be one of Folsom's most cherished assets, and the trails map produced by the Parks & Recreation Department is one of the most frequently requested publications.
The map is updated for 2018 and copies are available to the public at the Folsom Parks & Recreation registration counter at 48 Natoma (open 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday). You may also download a PDF version of the map by clicking on the image above.
Hinkle Creek Trail is a one-mile interpretive walk with 50 markers along the way to help expand your mind about the natural world. Enjoy the plants and animals, listen and smell as you walk through. Be aware of poison oak, the possibility of rattlesnakes (in warm weather), and deer ticks! ENJOY Hinkle Creek as this trail and map are for YOU! For more information, visit the Hinkle Creek Nature Area page.