When we choose where we’re going to build a new home community, we take many factors into consideration. Accessibility to the best features of the surrounding communities is always on our mind. We want our new homeowners to have the best schools, shopping, entertainment and outdoor access available to them. Walking, hiking and biking trail access near Crowne Point in Rocklin, and Vista Ridge and Creekside in Roseville are perfect examples of what we desire for our residents. Several trails run nearby for your family’s pleasure and your easy access to the active lifestyle you seek.


Tim Lewis Communities offers a guide to help you explore the trails of Rocklin and Roseville.


Explore the Nearby Trails of Rocklin and Roseville

South Placer county prides itself on offering its residents a plethora of outdoor options for exploring. The cities of Rocklin and Roseville have done a fantastic job of building and maintaining walking, hiking and biking trails. Whether you head out for your daily walk or pack up the loved ones and your 4-legged family members for an afternoon of strolling through the scenic settings, you’re sure to enjoy these spaces near home. Give one or all of these a try:


Miners Ravine Trail – Winding its way through Roseville, Miners Ravine trail leads you on an unexpected journey of natural offerings. The trail provides easy access between downtown Roseville and Miners Ravine Preserve. A portion of Miners Ravine trail runs directly behind our Vista Ridge community, making it the perfect option for your daily walk or bike ride. The trail is fully paved and wheelchair friendly and offers the peaceful views of streams and open preserve areas. You can expect to come across a wild turkey or two also enjoying the trail with their families.


Pleasant Grove Trail – Take a leisurely walk or bike ride through majestic oak trees and beautiful open space. Visit Veterans Memorial Park for a picnic or to stop for the kids to play. This trail is a combination of dirt trails and paved areas and is a nearly 3-mile loop. Your 4-legged family members are welcome to enjoy the trail as well.


Dry Creek Parkway – Running through a segment of Roseville that begins south of Baseline Rd and follows a nearly 5-mile course, explorers will enjoy viewing the well-preserved riparian habitat. You may come across great blue herons, egrets, hawks, turtles, and even beavers on your day out. This trail is perfect for biking or walking and can be enjoyed by the entire family.


Sierra College Nature Trail – Leading you through the local foothill oak woodland this trail offers easy 20 minute and 1-hour walks. This is an open and undeveloped trail and is not wheelchair accessible. Best suited for walking and hiking, you can pick up the Sierra College Nature Trail Guide which will outline the many plants and animals you might see along your way. Because this trail is so near our Crowne Point community, you will get a sampling of what our distinctive homeowners count as a daily part of their scenic living.


Explore the trails of Rocklin and Roseville and fall in love with this scenic portion of South Placer County. You’ll quickly understand why we’ve chosen this area for multiple new home communities. We invite you to take a tour and to find your perfect new home to accompany your desire for an active, scenic lifestyle.

Call 916-783-2300 for information on our communities and to schedule a tour.