Best Hiking Trails in Stockton

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Stockton, California. All of our hiking trails face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


4520 West Eight Mile Road, Stockton, CA 95209 Directions

Since 1985

Dogs on Leash, Youth Group Camping, Horseshoe Pits, Lake, Picnic Areas, Birding, Picnic Tables and BBQ Grills, Paddle Boating, Running, Fishing, Mountain and Road Biking, Disc Golf Course, Playground, Walking, Wild Flowers & Forest

'Oak Grove Regional Park' is a 180-acre park located in a magnificent oak forest setting and is a famous picnic spot, hosting many annual activities and fishing events. Park provides educational programs and displays highlighting the Park, San Joaquin County, and San Joaquin Valley native flora and fauna. Oak Grove Lake is a 10-acre lake populated with annual catfish and trout and features rentable paddle boats and aqua-cycles. The nature center also provides many spring and summer programs, including conferences and learning stations. It offers two nature trails, a 1.5-mile walk among ancient grove trees plus an open 1/4 mile handicapped trail. It affords complimentary entry.

Price: Vehicles over 22 ft. $12, Paddleboats and Aquacycles $6 per 1/2 hr & Standard Paddleboats $10 per 1/2 hr


Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

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28000 South Austin Road, Ripon, Stockton, CA 95366 Directions

Since 1952

Tubing Campground Day-Use Area, Wildlife Viewing, Bird Watching, Picnicking, Camping, Mountain and Road Biking, Fishing & Swimming

Caswell Memorial State Park is the most beautiful thing that the park has to offer is its almost limitless nature trails. The trails offer a view of what the valley's riparian landscape may have looked like in pristine days. The park has a variety of wildlife viewing opportunities. Visitors can enjoy the bird watching among nature. It provides many fish species like bass, catfish, crappie, and more that await your most tempting technique of fishing. The entrance station is open weekends from Spring through Fall, most days from May until September. Interpretive walks and talks are available for education, service, and social groups.


Mon - Sun 8:00 am - Sunset

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1000 Stouffer Street, Ripon, Stockton, CA 95366 Directions

Birding, Forest, Game Area, Climb Jungle Gyms, Wild Flowers, Running, Guided Tours, Walking, Sports, Road Biking, Nature Trail, Play Softball, Gardens, Mountain Biking, Dogs on Leash, Picnic Area & Lake

Mavis Stouffer Park has a gravel trail lined in the fall with beautiful colored leaves. A walking path lined with lush trees, and connection to the river by road. It offers scenic nature spots with a stadium and sports fields on the river. Visitors can enjoy the river's beautiful nature spot with a picnic pavilion, along with walking trails and several covered bench areas suitable for events. The trees offer pleasant shade and sufficient parking. It has a big gazebo in the lower grass field and a volleyball net. It takes time to see the flowing water. There is plenty of space for children to play football and other games.

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Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 8:00 pm

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