Explore the Putah Creek Trail

putah creek trail

The Putah Creek Trail in Winters offers abundant hiking, nature, picnicking and more for all age groups and interests!

Put on your walking shoes and head to the Putah Creek Trail. Great for any skill level, this moderately-trafficked, 6.9-mile trail is the perfect hike for a warm spring day. Intersecting with the Putah Creek North Levee Trail, you’ll find four main access points: Pedrick Road/Road 98, Hopkins Road (Fire Ring Parking), Brooks Road and Old Davis Highway. With ample shade along the way and a generally flat path, this makes for an enjoyable outing for everyone!

You’ll see Box Elder, Oak, Willow, wild California Grape, California Wild Rose and Fremont Cottonwood trees along your trek. You may even spot some of the many different raptors, waterfowl, rabbits, raccoons, lizards and turtles that call Putah Creek home, so don’t forget your binoculars.

Please make sure to stay on the creek’s northside, as the south side is private property.

Explore the Putah Creek Trail
Open daily until 10pm
Putah Creek Road, Winters

For more information, visit AllTrails.com.