Clover Creek Preserve Trail


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Clover Creek Preserve Trail Facts

States: California
Counties: Shasta
Length: 2 miles
Trail end points: Saturn Skyway and Shasta View Dr. and Preserve Blvd. and Thomason Tr.
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 6400795

Clover Creek Preserve Trail Description

Paved trails on either side of Clover Creek combine with a loop around a retention pond to form a larger trail loop through Clover Creek Preserve in Redding. The scenic area offers views of the trickling creek and surrounding mountains, while providing a peaceful respite from the adjacent housing developments.

In addition to the paved multiuse loop, dirt jogging and hiking trails course throughout Clover Creek Preserve.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking for Clover Creek Preserve is available off Shasta View Drive (across from Venus Way) in Redding.

Clover Creek Preserve Trail Reviews

just rode it

Nice fun little ride good if you wanna practice on your bike before hitting other trails! I found a turtle here once and returned it to the water

Beautiful and kid friendly!

I took my 2 year old out here today to go fishing there are several little trails and even little fishing spots. Turtles and ducks and so many cute critters.¿¿

Clover Creek Preserve

I saw the Clover Creek Preserve on The Rail To Trails web site. Coming up from Red Bluff about 28 Miles to see it and I was not disappointed. The preserve itself is a 123 acre site that has a 400 acre feet check site for a 100 years flood to protect the homes down stream. There are several different paths, with the main one around the rim being paved. The parking area is where a road was going go through, and now a very large parking area. It seem to be very popular with neighborhood as there was quit a few bicyclist, runner, walker, and people out for the day. The only drawback is that there is no shade, as its an open area. I found it was fun to take my adult trike and ride to my heart content. In the Redding area, its one of the little hidden gems.

If you are coming up Interstate five, take the exit onto South Bonnyview/ Chun Creek Road and take a right, go straight , pass the Standard Station until you see a road going up a hill, and flow that road as it goes up (Rancho Road) until you see a sign on the right saying “Shasta View Road” or you see a stone wall on the left. Turn before the stone wall and follow the road until you see a parking lot at a stop sign on you right.

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