Cache Creek Natural Area

Cache Creek Natural Area

21777 E State Hwy. 20
Clearlake Oaks, California 95423
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Local Phone: (707) 468-4000

The Cache Creek Natural Area is a secluded, hilly expanse of oak woodlands, grasslands, and chaparral is a combination of over 70,000 acres of BLM managed lands and 4,700 acres of State and County lands. 

The three main trails are the Redbud Trail, the Judge Davis Trail, and the Perkins Creek Ridge Trail.

?Trailheads for the Cache Creek Area can be accessed from State Highway 20, west of Williams, CA and from State Highway 16, north of Rumsey, CA., dog friendly, hike, camp, wildlife, elk, eagles, trail yolo county, colusa county, lake county, hike,

Lake County - Photo Credit: @mollylynn21
Lake County - Photo Credit: @mollylynn21
Summer and fall pass you by? Winter is a wondrous time for both wine tasting and cashing in your hiking chips, so why not take a gamble on an off-the-grid, off-leash destination? We talked about Lake County as “Wine Country Done Differently” in a recent wine country issue, so let’s focus on one of the best places in California for wildlife watching, and at Cache Creek Natural Area, a patchwork of public lands west of Clear Lake, you’re likely to spot bald eagles roosting or soaring and some of California’s last wild tule elk roaming in the rough at this time of year. more »
Bald eagles at Cache Creek Natural AreaWe’ve all seen photos of bald eagles, but how many of us have had the thrill of spotting them in the wild? Cache Creek Natural Area, a patchwork of lands southwest of Williams and west of Clear Lake in Lake, Colusa and Yolo counties, is an off-the-beaten-track destination for DogTrekkers, to be sure. But the opportunity to spy eagles and elk while romping in the rough makes it a great winter hiking destination. more »
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