Top 3 Hiking Trails in Fresno, CA

Handpicked 3 Best Hiking Trails in Fresno, CA. How do we actually find the most highly rated hiking trail? Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reputation, history, complaints, local reviews, nearness, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. That's not all... businesses do not pay us to list them. You deserve only the best!


7775 N Friant Rd, Fresno, CA 93720

Hiking, Ride Your Bike, Family Picnic, Frisbee Golf Course, Lots Of Space, Great Place To Walk, Safe Environment, Car Fee, Kids Play, Picnic Shelters, Walking, Duck & Pond

Numerous bird species plus a multiuse amphitheater attract a crowd at this bustling regional park

Mon - Sun : 7:00 am - 10:00 pm

Beautiful park! Nice trails to walk on. Lots of different parks and play structures for kids of all ages. There is also a dog park that is sectioned off in its own area. Grass is really green! Lots of shade.
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16385 N. Friant Road, Fresno, CA 93626

Since 1959

Picnicking, Fishing, Hiking, Jogging, Bird Watching, Nature Study, Non-Organized Sports, Barbecues, Softball, Soccer, Volleyball, Overnight Camping & Passive Recreation

Day use and campground facility providing 42 overnight campsites, a group picnic reservation area & hiking trail

Mon - Sun : 7:00 am - 10:00 pm

I love going to this place , it's only 14 min from my house and feels like we are outside Fresno. My son loves getting in the shallow area of water and sitting on big rocks. It's so peaceful, calm and serene. We like eating lunch at the picnic table by the water. Entrance fee $5 is well worth it. I'd rather come here and pay $5 than going to Woodward Park and pay the same fee. Plenty of parking areas, it's never too crowded even on the weekends.
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1600 Tollhouse Road, Fresno, CA 93611

Since 1893

Outdoor Activities, Lookouts, Hiking Trails, Sights and Landmarks, Nature and Parks, Shaver Lake, Hiking Trails, Beautiful Scenery, Drought, Stream, Lakes, Trees, Nature & Fishing

Encompasses more than 1.3 million acres between 900 and 13,986 feet in elevation

The oft overlooked National Park of Southern California, the Sierra National Forrest is one of my favorite parks to visit. Home to the widest trees in the world, its a national treasure. I have done volunteer work with the Western Cave Conservancy in the south of the park so I must add that if you visit be sure to visit the Crystal Caves. They're spectacular.
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