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The following parks provide accessible hiking opportunities on trails or segments of trails that lead to significant features and/or environmental experiences within a park. An accessible trail is a recreational trail that has been constructed in compliance with federal standards for trail accessibility. Trailhead signs provide basic information on width, linear slope, cross slope, and trail surface material that enable visitors to select the trail that best meets their abilities and recreational expectations. Hikers are always urged to use caution as trail conditions change continually based on terrain, season, and environment.

Despite their accessible design, some accessible trails and improved access trails contain linear slopes, structures, or natural features that might be challenging to some users. Where an accessible trail or improved access trail contains one or more of these characteristics, it will be described on the accessible features page.

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Central Coast
  • Asilomar
  • El Capitan
  • Hearst San Simeon
  • Julia Pfeiffer Burns
  • La Purisima Mission
  • McGrath
  • Montaña de Oro
  • Morro Bay
  • Moss Landing
  • Oceano Dunes
  • Pfeiffer Big Sur
  • Pismo
  • Point Lobos
  • Point Mugu
  • Refugio
  • William Randolph Hearst Memorial

    Central Valley
  • Brannan Island
  • Caswell Memorial
  • Indian Grinding Rock
  • Millerton Lake
  • San Luis Reservoir

  • Anza-Borrego Desert
  • Salton Sea

    Gold Country
  • Auburn
  • Folsom Lake
  • Malakoff Diggins
  • Marshall Gold Discovery
  • South Yuba River

    High Sierra
  • Bodie
  • Calaveras Big Trees
  • Donner Memorial
  • Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point
  • Emerald Bay
  • Grover Hot Springs
  • Mono Lake Tufa

    Inland Empire
  • California Citrus
  • Chino Hills
  • Lake Perris
  • Mount San Jacinto
  • Silverwood Lake

    Los Angeles County
  • Antelope Valley California Poppy
  • Leo Carrillo
  • Malibu Creek
  • Malibu Lagoon
  • Point Dume
  • Saddleback Butte
  • Will Rogers

    North Coast
  • Anderson Marsh
  • Armstrong Redwoods
  • Bothe-Napa Valley
  • Clear Lake
  • Fort Humboldt
  • Fort Ross
  • Hendy Woods
  • Humboldt Redwoods
  • Jedediah Smith Redwoods
  • MacKerricher
  • Prairie Creek Redwoods
  • Richardson Grove
  • Russian Gulch
  • Salt Point
  • Sonoma
  • Sonoma Coast
  • Standish-Hickey
  • Sue-meg
  • Sugarloaf Ridge
  • Trinidad
  • Trione-Annadel
  • Van Damme
  • Westport-Union Landing

    Orange County
  • Bolsa Chica
  • Crystal Cove
  • Doheny
  • Huntington
  • San Clemente

    San Diego County
  • Border Field
  • Cuyamaca Rancho
  • Silver Strand
  • Torrey Pines

    San Francisco Bay Area
  • Año Nuevo
  • Benicia
  • Candlestick Point
  • Carnegie
  • Castle Rock
  • China Camp
  • Half Moon Bay
  • Henry Cowell Redwoods
  • Mount Diablo
  • Mount Tamalpais
  • Natural Bridges
  • Pigeon Point Light Station
  • Samuel P. Taylor
  • Seacliff
  • The Forest of Nisene Marks
  • Tomales Bay

    Shasta Cascade
  • Bidwell-Sacramento River
  • Castle Crags
  • Lake Oroville
  • McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial
  • Plumas-Eureka
  • William B. Ide Adobe
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