It’s New Map Monday: Fort Trail – Two Springs Trail Loop from Wildflower Playfield

Published by Steve Clark on


  • Enjoy the beauty and tranquility of Wildwood Canyon without the crowds or dusty parking
  • Easy short loop along park walkways and pretty canyon trails
  • Two Springs Trail is closed to mountain bikers and equestrians because of stairs
  • Includes two tunnels that pass underneath Avenida de los Arboles


The walking trails of Wildflower Playfields and Fort Wildwood Park (AKA Wildwood
Neighborhood Park) are an easy stroll, possibly with lots of other people around. In contrast, on
the pretty and tranquil trails in the canyons, you aren’t likely to see many people, if any. This is a
welcome change from the main part of the park that can be very crowded, especially on the

Start at the parking lot on Canna Street, then cross Canna to the paved trail that leads to Fort
Wildwood Park on the other side of Arboles. Continue along the dirt trail down into Wildwood
Canyon, then turn north onto Two Springs Trail just before you get to the vehicle bridge across
the stream. You’ll cross the stream on stepping stones before climbing out of the canyon to
Moonridge Trail and back to Wildflower Playfields. Try hiking it in the opposite direction for a
different experience!

(Two Springs Trail was formerly known as Indian Creek Trail.)

Key Statistics

Popularity: Wildflower Playfield is likely to have lots of people; the canyon trails could be
Parking: Free at Wildflower Playfields from Canna Street. Two other smaller parking lots are
accessed via Adenida De Los Arboles.
Distance: 2.4 miles
Cumulative Climbing and Descent: 350

For all the details including an elevation profile and photos, download the printable full PDF guide.

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