Cameron Park features a network of bi-directional, individual trail segments with approximately 20 miles of trail. You can enter the network from almost any parking area in the park. Cameron Park is a designated National Recreation Trail.
The trails are well-marked, with over 150 directional signs that designate the trail names and level of difficulty. You’ll find trails from beginner (green) to expert-level (double-black). Map kiosks are located throughout the park, so it’s hard to get completely lost, though it is easy to get turned around.
Note: In some of the loop/segment details below, you’ll see trails with very little climbing listed. This is due to the fact that, while the trails at Cameron Park are bi-directional, many of them are also primarily downhill.