- Length:7.9 miles of trails
Shiloh Ranch Regional Park's trail system offers moderately difficult hiking on unpaved trails. The trail network allows users to create several loop options of varying length.
For an extensive tour of the park, one option is to follow Ridge Trail to Creekside Trail, then connect with Pond Trail, and follow it up to connect again with Ridge Trail. Follow Ridge Trail across the park for about 1 mile, walking out to the overlook at.04 miles for sweeping views. From Ridge Trail, follow Big Leaf Trail back to the parking lot.
Another loop option is to take Big Leaf Trail to Canyon Trail to Pond Trail to Creekside Trail to Ridge Trail.
Many of the trails are former ranch roads, and their width coupled with ample horse trailer parking, makes Shiloh a popular destination for equestrians. Most of the hikes wind through oak woodland with views of the Santa Rosa plain.
Shiloh Ranch is the only Regional Park that does not allow dogs on trails, although they are welcome in the group picnic area.