Cambria Hiking Trails
Cambria Hiking Trails - We live in Cambria
and I think we have been on every trail in the area. We love to
hike along the beaches, through the mountains and along the
bluffs. If you are a hiker, a walker or in search of out door
adventure... Cambria is the place to visit.
We almost always take our
two Shih Tzu dogs with us on our hiking adventures. However, some
trails don't allow dogs. Some trails allow dogs on leashes.
If you are traveling with a dog make sure to check the signs on the
trail to see if dogs are allowed.
We have so much fun walking along the creeks and on top of the hills
over looking Cambria and we want to help you find the right trail for
we are going to tell you about
Rosa Creek trail. This trail is easy to find and takes you through
the woods, creeks and meadows in Cambria.
The pictures below of our two dogs on Santa Rosa
Creek trail in Cambira. Cambria Hiking Trails is fun stuff for
our two Shih Tzus.
The dogs love the trails as much if
not more than we do. Most trails allow dogs on a leash.
Abbie and Yuki on the hunt!
The Santa Rosa Creek trail in Cambria starts from the water treatment
plant on Windsor. If you look for the Shell Station on Hwy 1 and
turn south on Windsor Drive you can find the mouth to the trail.
There is a little parking area on the left just after you turn on
Windsor. The best way to find the trail is the Shell
station. Once you locate the station turn left towards Moonstone
and Shamel Park. The parking area is easy to see from the road.
the sign is not easy to see from the
road but if you start looking to the left you will see the Santa Rosa
Creek Trail sign.
The Cambria Hiking Trails can be the
most fun you have while visiting the central coast. After hiking it is
fun to stop and shop in some of the many stores in Cambria. I
take a jacket with you and if you don't have one try
the Cambria Wildwood Store Cambria
Hiking Trails Clothes - Cambria Wildwood
Rosa Creek trail is one way to get your exercise for the day.
Make sure you have a good pair of walking shoes. The trail
wiggles along side of the creek and goes up and down hills. If
walk this trail after it has rained be careful, it can get slippery.
The trail is about one mile each way and
lets you drift into the splendor of nature.
If you walk the entire trail you will end up on Huntington
road. You can park a car at the end of the trail if you
don't want to walk back.
Hiking Trails allow you to get outdoors and enjoy nature.
enjoy your hiking experience on the
Central Coast. We are going to be posting every trail
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We have not included all the trials but you can contact the Cambria Chamber of Commerce
for more information.
More Hiking Trails in Cambria!