First, if you are walking, be aware that there are many people biking fast on the same paved path. So though they are supposed to give way to you, I felt like we had to move aside quite a bit.
Also, apparently equestrians are allowed but no dogs? How silly is this? Horse poop on the path is a lot more difficult to deal with than a bit of dog poop, which can be collected in a bag. And if you're going to allow horses, dogs on leash should be permitted as well. So yet another park area discriminating against dogs.
Finally, it's a bit of stretch to say this is a "trail." I live in the East Bay and most parks our way have true dirt trails. This Sawyer one is paved all the six miles. The reservoir is lovely to look at but you must stay on the paved path. The entire area is fenced off and controlled by the county water board.
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