Looking to get outside and out of the house for a while? Discover 5 more beautiful Sacramento bike trails to enjoy, even during COVID. From beautiful rides through the bustle of Sacramento's streets to secluded river-front trails, you'll love the opportunity to get outside in the fresh air with these beautiful rides. Discover the best bike trails in Sacramento. 5 More Beautiful Sacramento Bike Trails to Get Outside During COVID William B Pond Recreation Area The William B Pond Recreation Area is a beautiful park off of Arden Way in Sacramento. You'll enjoy 3 to 5 miles of walking or biking trails with easy access to the water. When you're done with your ride, put your feet up at the park’s picnic area while enjoying the view of the manmade pond. Ancil Hoffman Loop The Ancil Hoffman Loop is 3 miles of trail in Carmichael, CA. It's ideal for bikers or a hike. Looking to take the pup out for a jog? Dogs are welcome on a leash. The trail loops around the Ancil Hoffman Park Golf Course. Elk Grove Creek Trail The Elk Grove Creek Trail is a beautiful 7 and a half mile bike ride near Sacramento , just off of Highway 99. This spacious 10 foot wide half-paved trail is perfect if you're looking for a day out without getting far from the city. Enjoy a walk past local neighborhoods and down to the water. Auburn State Recreation Area and Auburn Bike Park Looking to get out of the city for an afternoon? Take a drive up to the Auburn State Recreation Area . This beautiful area offers striking scenery and is home to 54 trails perfect for biking, hiking, or running. Stop by the new Auburn Bike Park , located on 9 acres overlooking the scenic American River Canyon. The park is designed for riders of all abilities and ages, and features pump tracks, trails , and even a course specifically for riders 5 and under. Take a trip up Highway 80 into Auburn to spend a day biking. Guy West Bridge to Watt Avenue Bridge The loop trail from Guy West Bridge to the Watt Avenue Bridge and back is popular with local bicyclists. This 4 and a half mile trail stretches from the Guy West Bridge near Sacramento State University and loops up to Watt Avenue and back. Enjoy the walking trail along the river or take a ride on the bike trail. This is a great place to take one of Sacramento's popular rideshare bikes out for a spin! A bike ride is the perfect way to get out of the house for fresh air and exercise if you've been cooped up inside for too long. Will you be taking in one of these 5 beautiful Sacramento bike trails? Share your favorite Sacramento trails with us on social!