Thousand Oaks-Santa Rosa Trail/Lower Butte Trail

Trail Stats: 4 miles, 700 ft elevation gain Mesa Trail and Santa Rosa Trail in Wildwood Park are active trails. Many people turn back at the top of the Santa Rosa Trail. Santa Rosa Trail is a steep rocky trail lined with cactus that climbs up steep switchbacks. The footing is loose in sections and the cactus is very close to the edge of the trail. There are panoramic views at the top of Santa Rosa Trail. The volcanic rocks on the Santa Rosa Trail makes the trail challenging and fun for mountain bikers. This trail is not recommended for children and equestrians.   Buy the Trail...

Wildwood Park – Box Canyon Trail / Lower Butte

Trail Stats: 6.6 miles, 1000 ft elevation gain This loop is an option for those who don’t want to ride along the narrow trail among the cactus on Upper Santa Rosa Trail. This route is a great get away from crowds. The footing is hard packed, loose rocks; the hills are mostly moderate; a few switchbacks with a couple steep hills. There is a low tunnel; equestrians should dismount before entering the tunnel. Hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding are recommended. There is approximately .4 mile of residential street riding. This loop is not  recommended for bikes during the wet season.   Video Buy the Trail...