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Best Hiking Trails in Ventura

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Ventura, California. They face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve the best!

VENTURA BOTANICAL GARDENS

567 South Poli Street, Ventura, CA 93001

Education, Preservation, Wild Flowers, Walking, Gardens, Nature Trips, Bird Watching, Paved, Trail Running, Outdoor Activities, Wildlife Area & Unpaved Trails

This natural setting is the perfect place to be in nature and enjoy spectacular ocean views ● The 40-year Master Plan buildout includes sustainable low-water plants of the five climates regions including the Mediterranean, the Cape of South Africa, Chile, Australia, and California ● Hiking in the springtime is particularly rewarding as the gently sloping trail is edged by an abundance of wildflowers, butterflies and birds ● Group tours are available by request

VCReporter Best Hiking Trail in 2014, 2015, 2016 & 2017 - Ventura County Star Readers' Choice 2014 Best Hiking Trail

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VENTURA’S GRANT PARK

398 Ferro Drive, Ventura, CA 93001

Picnic Benches, Outdoor Activities, Wildlife, Walking, Paved Trails, Biking & Playground

Trail-builders unearthed cobblestones used a century ago to form terraces for agriculture ● The 360-degree panorama includes mountains, metro Ventura, Ag-Land, Channel Islands and the wide blue Pacific ● It is one of the finest panoramic seascape sunset views in the world

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VENTURA RIVER PRESERVE

1290 Meyer Road, Ojai, Ventura, CA 93023

Horseback Riding, Dog Walking, Bird Watching and Photography, Recreational Use, Wildlife, Guided Tours, Flowers, Tours, Public Access, Trailhead Parking, Equestrian, Biking & Mountain Bike Ride

Offers nearly 1,600 acres for your enjoyment ● Offers refuge for shade-loving plants while chaparral blanketed hillsides are open to summer sun ● Parking is available at all three locations ● Pockets of grasslands and meadows offer a colorful variety of spring wildflowers and grasses -There are miles of trails to explore and they offer guided hikes several times a year ● 15.2 miles from downtown to Ventura

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