San Luis Obispo County and the entire Central Coast have many scenic trails for hikers, bikers, and equestrians. We have included a link to local maps through our trail partners Central Coast Concerned Mountain Bikers to some of our favorite locations. Please enjoy and respect the trails to preserve them for the future visitors.

Only ride on open trails.

  • Only ride on open trails.

  • Leave no trace. Leave the trailhead cleaner than when you got there.

  • Ride in control of your bicycle or horse.

  • Always yield trail to equestrians.

  • Never scare animals or people. Talk as you are approached.

  • Plan ahead and look ahead.


Trail Partners

CCCMB’s mission is to expand the network of sustainable and enjoyable multi-use trails in SLO County and to maintain the trails currently in use. CCCMB does this by working cooperatively with all trail users (equestrians, hikers, trail runners, etc.) and with California State Parks, National Forest Service, and San Luis Obispo City and County in designing and building new trails and in maintaining existing ones.

CCCMB encourages trail etiquette to help prevent trail erosion, reduce user conflicts and ensure trail access. We focus our efforts on trail development and maintenance by recruiting and educating volunteers, training crew leaders in the sophisticated art of trail design and maintenance; and working cooperatively with public land managers.

Central Coast Concerned Mountain Bikers
PO Box 1022
San Luis Obispo, CA 93406

Click here to view the following maps:

· Montana de Oro and Morro Bay State Parks
· West Cuesta Ridge Trail System
· Santa Margarita Lake Regional County Park
· Lopez Lake Regional Park
· Irish Hills and Johnson Ranch City of SLO Open Space