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Posted on: June 3, 2020

Lodi Trails and Pathways

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Visit https://www.lodi.gov/982/Trails-and-Pathways for maps and photos.


Lodi offers recreational opportunities for walkers, runners, bicyclists, and nature lovers on a variety of trails in our parks:

Lodi Lake

1101 W. Turner Road

Lodi Lake Nature Trail is a 1-mile loop, moderately trafficked trail in Lodi Lake Park. It is a mostly shaded trail with a paved and gravel path. This trail is primarily used for walking, running and biking. Access to the trail can be found on the east side of Lodi Lake Park, with a small parking area located right at the entrance. Restrooms are available on the North and South sides of the lake. No dogs allowed on the Nature Trail.

West Trail is a .5-mile (one way) moderately trafficked trail that runs along the west bank of the lake. It is a paved trail primarily used for walking, running, and biking. Access to the trail can be found at the west park entrance off Lower Sacramento Road, or via the Lodi Lake Park parking lot by the boat house. Restrooms available on the North and South sides of the lake. Dogs are allowed on leash.

Roget Park

2229 Tienda Dr.

Roget Trail is a .3-mile loop trail that is lightly trafficked and primarily used for walking, running and exercising. It is a paved trail that features various adult exercise stations for patrons to utilize. Access to the trail can be found at the park entrance with street parking on Tienda Drive. No restrooms available. Dogs are allowed on leash.

Orchard Lane Park

3001 Kordia Ave.

Orchard Lane Trail is a 1-mile out and back trail that is lightly trafficked, or can be a 1.5 mile loop trail by utilizing Lebaron Blvd. to return to the park. It is a paved trail that is primarily used for walking, running and biking. There is little to no shade on this trail.  Access to the trail can be found at the park entrance on Kordia Ave. Dogs are allowed on leash.

DeBenedetti Park

2350 S. Lower Sacramento Road

DeBenedetti Trail is a 1-mile loop trail that is lightly trafficked. It is a paved trail that is primarily used for walking, running and biking. There is no shade on this trail. Access to the trail can be found in the parking lot off Lower Sacramento Road or street parking along Lower Sacramento Road or Century Blvd. Portable restrooms are available. Dogs are allowed on leash.

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