Walkin’ Boots first hike, March 6, 2016 at 2PM
Posted by Nancy Flagg
Posted on February 24, 2016
Hike at Johnson-Springview Park, Rocklin
March 6, 2016 at 2PM
Join the Walkin’ Boots on a gentle 3-mile walk at Johnson-Springview Park in Rocklin. The park is easy-to-get-to and has many trees and wide grass/gravel/dirt trails that circle and wind throughout. We will walk along a creek and visit several geological points of interest.
Hike leader: Nancy Flagg, Email at
Hike location: 5480 5th Street, Rocklin. Meet at the end of the parking lot near the tennis courts and by the sand volleyball court.
Distance: 3 miles (but at the 2-mile mark we will be near the starting point and you could end your walk there, if you so desire).
Difficulty: Easy, nearly flat.
Amenities: Restrooms and water fountain not far from the starting point.
Special features: Natural springs, plutonic rock grinding stone, disc golf, tennis, creek, dog park (the dog park is very nice – you could visit it before or after the walk, behind the main building, near the children’s playground).
Who can go? Adults, children with adults (no strollers) who can walk at up to 3 mph pace, dogs on leash. Wear tennis shoes or hiking boots and bring water, sunscreen and hat.
Rain cancels? Yes. Check for status updates on the webpage or send email today to to be put on the contact list for this hike and for future hikes.