What we're about

This group is for outdoor enthusiasts interested in hiking, road and mountain biking, horseback riding, paddling/kayaking, or just sauntering about on trails and pathways in Lake County, CA.

Meetup outings with this group are frequently organized by other entities that lead hikes in Lake County. Therefore, contacts and links to those entities will be provided in the Meetup event. Some of those groups include the Anderson Marsh Interpretive Association, Sierra Club Lake Group, Friends of Boggs Mountain, Lake County Land Trust, and Tuleyome.

Konocti Regional Trails (KRT) are a series of rural connections offering paddling, hiking, horse and bike riding opportunities between communities and major recreational areas in Lake County. The KRT's mission is to 1) Highlight the region’s outstanding scenic beauty, diverse wildlife, natural landscapes, and cultural history; 2) Enhance the visitor experience by providing an opportunity for recreation and appreciation of these unique assets; and 3) Promote community health and economic vitality throughout the region.

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Take a Saturday-morning walk at the Rodman Preserve

Rodman Preserve

The Rodman Preserve, located at 6350 Westlake Road in Upper Lake, is now open every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. for visitors to enjoy self-guided walks on an easy, well-groomed trail. Lake County Land Trust volunteers open the gate at 8 a.m. and visitors are asked to complete their walk by 11 a.m.

Enjoy the beautiful scenery and observe birds of prey, numerous songbirds, deer and other animals. For information, leave a message at (707)[masked] or email [masked].

Take a Saturday-morning walk at the Rodman Preserve

Rodman Preserve

The Rodman Preserve, located at 6350 Westlake Road in Upper Lake, is now open every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. for visitors to enjoy self-guided walks on an easy, well-groomed trail. Lake County Land Trust volunteers open the gate at 8 a.m. and visitors are asked to complete their walk by 11 a.m.

Enjoy the beautiful scenery and observe birds of prey, numerous songbirds, deer and other animals. For information, leave a message at (707)[masked] or email [masked].

Self-guided easy nature hike at Rodman Preserve

Rodman Preserve

As we adapt to the realities of COVID-19 and resume our hikes at the Rodman Preserve, we have transitioned from a guided-hike format to a self-guided hike. The gate to the preserve will open at 9:00am and close at noon for up to three hours of your hiking pleasure. Please note that all visitors must exit the preserve before the noon closure.

The trail is a lollipop shape: a loop at the end of the out-and back trail. It's an easy hike, a little over a mile, and can take anywhere from about half and hour if time is of the essence, to much longer than that if you're the curious sort. It just depends on how often you stop to enjoy the view, shoot photos, or consult iNaturalist or your bird identification guide. As this is a nature preserve, no dogs, please.

Please observe COVID-19 guidelines: wear a mask and stay at least six feet from those not in your party. Also, wear sturdy shoes and be sure to bring water. See you outside!

Take a Saturday-morning walk at the Rodman Preserve

Rodman Preserve

The Rodman Preserve, located at 6350 Westlake Road in Upper Lake, is now open every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. for visitors to enjoy self-guided walks on an easy, well-groomed trail. Lake County Land Trust volunteers open the gate at 8 a.m. and visitors are asked to complete their walk by 11 a.m.

Enjoy the beautiful scenery and observe birds of prey, numerous songbirds, deer and other animals. For information, leave a message at (707)[masked] or email [masked].

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Take a Saturday-morning walk at the Rodman Preserve

Rodman Preserve

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