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Sawyer Camp Trail

Trail

Overview

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  • Distance

    5.77 miles

Contact Information

Stewardships

Description

The Sawyer Camp segment of the Crystal Springs Regional Trail extends from Hillcrest Blvd. on the north to Crystal Springs Road on the south, and is probably the best known length of trail in San Mateo County. More people know it and use it than all the other trails in the County Park System.

The trail, which is paved and marked for two-way traffic, is well utilized by bicyclists, hikers, joggers, and equestrians. It is wheelchair accessible. Please note: there are no drinking fountains along this trail. Bring drinking water.

The Sawyer Camp segment has restrooms near its northern and southern access points and about halfway along its length (2.5 miles from the north end of the segment and 3.5 from the south end of the segment). Picnic areas can also be found at the halfway point and near the parking lot off Crystal Springs Road.

Midway along the Sawyer Camp segment is where one will find the 600+ year old Jepson Laurel.

Allowed Activities
Horseback Riding
Hiking
Rollerblading
Road Biking
Rules & Regulation
No Dogs
No Motorized
Stay On Trail
Accessibility
Stroller Friendly
Wheelchair Accessible
Allowed Access
Bicycles
Pedestrians
Horses