The park though does have a short paved whole access trail that is very scenic. There is also a longer paved trail that has a meadow on one side and a picnic area on the other.
Next to the whole access trail, is the Hotel Trail. You need to go down a steep path to get to it. The dirt trail is wide and mostly flat, but during the summer, as I found out, it can be very dusty. In fact, after being on the trail for two miles, I had to turn around because there was too much dust in the air, not good for ventilators.
The other trail that I checked out was the Yerba Buena Trail. There is small parking lot just beyond where you turn into the main park area, and it has one handicap parking spot. The beginning of the trail has a slight incline, but after that it’s pretty flat. The trail itself is a mixture of dirt and rocks. I enjoyed this trail and you’ll get a panoramic view of Grant Lake. The trail eventually has a very steep drop and I didn’t chance it.
I saw several handicap parking spots in the main park area, along with accessible bathrooms.
The first time I went there was in the spring and it was beautiful. The second time I went was during the summer and I found it too hot and dusty. With all the trees decorating the surrounding hills, it is probably a very scenic place to visit during the fall.