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Looking for the best trails around Lompoc, California? Find the top rated trails in Lompoc, whether you're looking an easy walking path or a long bike trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
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Atascadero Creek Trail (Obern Trail)

3.5 miles
Starting at Goleta Beach State Park, the Atascadero Creek Bike Path travels east toward Santa Barbara's center, following a flood-control channel. The paved path (a.k.a. Obern Trail) is a popular commuter and recreation trail. Small wildlife ...

Bob Jones City to the Sea Trail

3 miles
The Avila Beach section of the 2-segment "Bob Jones" City to the Sea Trail is a short but delightful ride down to the ocean along San Luis Obispo Creek. Starting at the Ontario Road park-and-ride lot, the trail traverses a rocky hillside covered ...

Goleta Beach Trail

0.9 miles
The Goleta Beach Trail is popular among UCSB students going between campus and Goleta Beach State Park. The trail follows the seashore from campus to the park; a side loop swings north across the irrigation channel to Sandspit Road. At Goleta ...

Maria Ignacio Creek Trail

1.9 miles
The paved Maria Ignacio Creek Trail (also called Maria Ygnacio) follows the canal of the same name, from the Atascadero Creek Trail near Patterson Avenue north to Pintura Drive at Ribera Drive. It also intersects the San Antonio Creek Trail ...

San Antonio Creek Trail

0.5 miles

San Luis Obispo Railroad Safety Trail

1.5 miles
Although less than two miles, the San Luis Obispo Railroad Safety Trail provides convenient access from the city’s southeast neighborhoods to the local Amtrak station and downtown. The paved rail-with-trail parallels active Union Pacific freight ...

Santa Barbara Beach Trail

4.5 miles
This trail starts at Shoreline Park, the park is long and think encompassing almost a mile of the bluffs just west of Santa Barbara Point. There are plenty of places for picnics and barbecues, equipment for the kids to play on, and a stairway ...

Santa Maria River Levee Trail

6.7 miles
Santa Maria River Levee Trail offers wide open views of distant mountains and the rugged landscape of the Santa Maria Valley. The partially paved trail follows a levee built by the Army Corps of Engineers in the early 1960s and rehabilitated ...

Santa Maria Valley Railroad Trail

1.2 miles
In 1998, 1.2 miles of the Santa Maria Valley Railroad Trail was open for public use. An additional 2.5 miles is expected to be completed by 2003. The Santa Maria Valley Railroad Trail will be a recreational as well as a functional trail that ...