Trail Description:

Smittle Creek is a charming oak woodland lagoon trail on the western shore of Lake Berryessa with amazing views of the inlets, islands and lake. It's a 2.6 mile trail that starts from the Coyote Knolls parking lot of the Oak Shores Park and goes up to the Smittle Creek Park. About 30% of the trail is shaded, and it's also relatively level. Summer temperatures can get hot so October to May are the times to go.

Park Location: here
Trail Map: here
Park Page:

Blooming Plants Not Photographed:
NN= Non Native
Amsinckia menziesii var. intermedia (Fiddleneck)
Anagallis arvensis (Scarlet Pimpernel) NN
Calandrinia ciliata (Red Maids)
Cardamine californica (Milk Maids)
Claytonia perfoliata (Minerís Lettuce)
Collinsia sparsiflora (Blue Eyed Mary)
Dodecatheon hendersonii (Shooting Star)
Erodium botrys (Long Beaked Filaree)NN
Erodium cicutarium (Red Stemmed Filaree)NN
Eschscholzia californica (California Poppy)
Geranium molle (Doveís Foot Geranium)NN
Lupinus bicolor (Miniature Lupine)
Lupinus nanus (Sky Lupine)
Marah sp. (Wild Cucumber)
Nemophila heterophylla (Canyon Nemophila)
Pedicularis densiflora (Indian Warrior)
Plagiobothrys nothofulvus (Popcorn Flower)
Ranunculus occidentalis (Western Buttercup)
Sanicula bipinnata (Poison Sanicle)
Sanicula bipinnatifida (Purple Sanicle)
Sanicula crassicaulis (Snake Root)
Sanicula tuberosa (Turkey Pea)
Senecio vulgaris (Common Groundsel)NN
Thysanocarpus curvipes (Lace Pod)
Vicia sativa (Vetch) NN
Vicia villosa (Hairy Vetch)NN

Ferns Not Photographed:
Adiantum jordanii (Maidenhair Fern)
Pentagramma triangularis (Goldback Fern)