The Best Hiking Trails in Lancaster

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Lancaster, California. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


15101 Lancaster Rd, Lancaster, CA 93536

Since 1976

Dogs on Leash, Birding, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Road Biking, Trail Running, Walking, Forest Lake, Nature Trips, Beach, Wild Flowers, Historical Site, Picnic Areas, Environment Learning and Visitor Center & Museums

Eight miles of trails through the gentle rolling hills, including a paved section for wheelchair access, make the park a wonderful place to hike and explore any season

Mon - Sun : Sunrise - Sunset

I've been here many times, especially during Spring. The drive to this spot is great. The road winds its way through rolling grassy hills that will be peppered with tangerine colors and purples and hues of yellow. You pay to enter this spot and is well worth hiking the various trails available here, so you should take some water and a lunch. One can, for a moment be transported to the past, when these flowers carpeted not only this area, but extended and covered all of the high desert and even a

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43201 35th St W, Lancaster, CA 93536

Since 1985

Accessible, Bicycling, Birding, Camping, Fishing, Hiking and Nature Trail, Horse/Equestrian Trail, Picnic, Playground, Restroom Facilities, Snorkeling, Swimming, Trail Running, Nature & Wildlife Areas

The Preserve has an area of about 100 acres with over three miles of trails

Mon - Sun : 6:00 am - Sunset

The Reserve is a wonderful little hiking trail that is easy and beautiful. I went there with my sister's family to take some pictures for their Christmas family letter. The Reserve has some beautiful trees that the family were able to get around and pose under. The desert gets a bad rap for what people assume it is, hot and dry; well it is, however it is also rich with bright colorful flowers that bloom out of cacti, tons of jack rabbits bouncing to find their next mate and make more tiny bunni

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17150 E Ave J, Lancaster, CA 93535

Since 1960

Dogs on Leash, Birding, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Road Biking, Trail Running, Walking, Forest Lake, Beach, Horseback Riding, Picnic Areas, Historical and Cultural Site, Geocaching, Nature & Wildlife Viewing

2.5 miles to the peak and can be picked up from below the day-use area, or take the 2-mile Saddleback Butte Peak Trail from the trailhead parking area in the campground

Day-use area available : Sunrise - Sunset

The state park is unmanned or at least that was the case when we went. they ask for a 6 dollar user parking/user fee and self registration for the over night campers. Its a nice quick hike with a pretty tame grade. the last five minutes are the toughest as you approach the small hill that has nice rock formations...
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