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The Ojai Valley Trail is a 9 mile trail that parallels Highway 33 from Foster Park on the outskirts of West Ventura, to Fox Street in Ojai. One side of the trail is paved for bicyclists, walkers, joggers, and people exercising their pets. Post-and-rail wood fence separates the paved path from a dirt bridle path for horseback riders. Sections wind through wooded areas and past riverbeds.

National Recreation Trails LogoThis trail has earned National Recreation Trails designation as “Ventura River Parkway Trail” that incorporates two existing trails the Ventura River Trail and the Ojai Valley Trail and connects to the Omer Rains Coastal Trail and the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail that travel north along the coastline through  Emma Wood State Beach.  Visit the NRT website for more information at http://www.americantrails.org/NRTDatabase/trailDetail.php?recordID=3866.

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Location:  Parallels Hwy 33 from West Ventura through Ojai

DAY USE
Hours 7:00 am - Sunset
Trailhead Inside Foster Park in Ventura
Trail Fees None
Trail Maintenance Ventura County Parks Department
Length 9 Miles
Users Bicyclists, walkers, joggers, equestrian
Prohibited Motorized vehicles (gas or electric)
Dogs/Pets Must be on leash (maximum length of 6 feet)
Ojai Valley Trail

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