Camarillo bike trails

Camarillo bike trails DEFAULT

Camarillo Canyon Trail

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Camarillo is best ridden in a counter-clockwise direction as the ride up to Serrano Ridge is difficult. Half of this trail is clearly meant for downhill singletrack riding. However, if you find yourself coming in from Stagecoach, riding clockwise like I did, here's what to expect.

It begins as a pleasant doubletrack trail. Once it begins the climb up to Serrano Ridge though, it is consistently difficult until its junction with Serrano Ridge Trail. Riders coming down Camarillo will enjoy lots of speed, short berms, a couple flowing sections, and a few, very small rock gardens. This singletrack portion of the trail is not for beginners, although the doubletrack section is definitely a green trail.


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Calleguas Creek Bike Path

Calleguas Creek Bike Path is a 7.6 kilometer moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Camarillo, California that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking, running, and road biking and is best used from October until May. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length7.6 kmElevation gain53 mRoute typeOut & back

Dogs on leashWheelchair friendlyKid friendlyStroller friendlyRoad bikingWalkingRunningPavedRiverWildlife

A nice paved trail heading from the Pleasant Valley sports fields in the south to Upland Road in the north. Accessibility: There are 6 designated accessible spaces in the paved parking lots off of Village at the Park Drive at the south end of the trail. All of them are van-accessible with striped access aisles. The trail surface is paved (asphalt, cement, or wooden bridge with railings), and typically at least 6 feet wide. The most accessible portion of the trail is about the first 0.3 miles heading north or the northernmost 1 mile of the route. The estimated grade is moderately steep (8% or less) except for steep and very steep (over 8%) uphill and downhill sections at about 0.4, 0.8, 1.1, and 1.4 miles when going north. Wheelchair/mobility equipment or stroller users may need assistance in the steeper sections or to avoid them for safety.

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Bike Paths

The City of Camarillo wants residents to enjoy biking, jogging, inline skating, skate- boarding and other outdoor activities safely and legally. In Camarillo you are legally permitted to ride, jog skate, etc., along all public streets so long as you follow traffic laws. Please note that the law requires pedestrians to travel against the flow of traffic. You are not however permitted to use roads or trails along river beds, flood control channels or areas other than public streets except for the following:

F Canyon, Calleguas Creek, Conejo Grade Trails, Pleasant Valley Park

There is also a new asphalt trail connecting Camarillo and Oxnard along Ventura Blvd. near Central Avenue. 

There are three different types of bikeways in Camarillo:

• Bike Paths are separate trail facilities away from the roadway; 
• Bike Lanes are signed and striped lanes along the roadway; and 
• Bike Routes area marked road with an adequate shoulder.

Please remember that as of 1994, California law requires bicycle riders under the age of 18 must wear a protective helmet while riding. In 2003, this law was expanded to included scooters, skates and skateboards. Please ensure your children are wearing their helmet and riding safely. 

Other Links
Bike Safety
Bicycle Helmet Resource Center - World Health Organization Helmet Initiative
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