Lake Pleasant Regional Park offers over four miles of
trails for pedestrain use only. Park trails range in length from .5
mile to 2 miles and moderate in difficulty.
The Pipeline Canyon Trail is the designated hiking trail at Lake Pleasant
Regional Park. A floating bridge has been installed to connect the trail during
high water levels.
The Visitor Center Trail is
a half-mile, easy trail which connects the Roadrunner Campground to the
Visitor Center. This trail has interconnecting loops and some interpretive
signage which makes it an ideal hike for visitors to stroll about, while
enjoying the desert. Access to the Visitor Center Trail is from the
northwest corner of the Visitor Center parking lot.
The Roadrunner Trail is a scenic
1.5-mile trail which overlooks Lake Pleasant and links the Visitor Center
with picnic areas A, B, and the 10-lane boat ramp. There are a number of
smaller trails that lead to the lake from the Roadrunner Trail. Access to
the Roadrunner Trail is from the northeast corner of the Visitor Center parking
Always remember to carry plenty of water
and let someone know where you are going.