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Nice flat walk that is good for all types of walkers. Wide path so that dogs can pass each other with out a fuss. Water views are beautiful. Do be sure to take water as this is not available anywhere except and the very beginning.
Great place for a lovely walk with a dog and a teenager. Wide accommodating paths that went farther than we expected with multiple trail head accesses. Great views of the lagoon with tons of donated benches to easily grab a seat and soak in nature.
This lagoon is a very large area. It is about 3.7 miles abound it. It is a tidal lagoon which had a lot of the ocean life in the water and he birds in the reeds. The path around it is dirt , and is...More
I love to walk around Batiquitos Lagoon. It is a fairly easy 3 1/2 mile walk. You can watch birds on the lagoon and in the surrounding vegetation, which is very varied and beautiful throughout the year in its different stages.
There are nor bicycles...More
This place is so beautiful to walk, run etc. you can bird watch, sit and look out onto the lagoon and take in all the beauty. It’s Dog friendly and the hotel gives treats and water to your pet by the golf area. I love...More
The walking paths, that hug the shore of the lagoon, are about a couple of miles to the end and back. Waterfowl can be seen, and there are interesting plants. Locals come here often to walk, jog, etc. A great way to spend a couple...More
Get off the 5 on poinsettia lane and then go straight through Paseo del Norte, next turn right on batiquitos drive. Lastly, turn onto Gabbiano lane and drive all the way to the end and you will find the start of the trail... More
Get off the 5 on poinsettia lane and then go straight through Paseo del Norte, next turn right on batiquitos drive. Lastly, turn onto Gabbiano lane and drive all the way to the end and you will find the start of the trail. Also- there is parking at the entrance but if that is filled up you can park in the neighborhood surrounding it. Hope you have a great time!