Knoxville - Cement Creek Road

Lower Lake, California (Napa County)

Last Updated: 02/19/2021
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Highlight: Knoxville - Cement Creek Road
Cement Creek Road is one of many 4x4 trails in the Knoxville Recreation Area just outside of Napa, CA. Mountains, valleys, creeks and mud are a few things you might enjoy in this area. You will find some incredible views of the rolling hills and green farmland in the Pope Valley and surrounding mountain ranges. From the right spot (waypoint 4), you will even see Mount Saint Helena in the distant north end of the Napa Valley.

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1. Trailhead Cement Creek Road (0 mi)
The trailhead is on the west side of Knoxville Devilhead Road, 4.1 miles from Berryessa Knoxville Road.

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: Napa

From Napa; Head north on CA-121 N/Silverado Trail. Turn right onto CA-121 N and follow 121 N for 12.3 miles. Turn left onto CA-128 W. After 4.8 miles, turn right onto Berryessa Knoxville Road/Knoxville Road Continue on Berryessa Knoxville Road/Knoxville Road for 32.3 miles. Turn left onto Knoxville Devilhead Road. Drive 4.1 miles on Knoxville Devilhead Road and the Cement Creek Road trailhead will be on your right. From Lower Lake; Head east on Main St and continue onto Morgan Valley Road for 14 miles. Continue onto Berryessa Knoxville Road/Knoxville Road for 3.8 miles. Turn right onto Knoxville Devilhead Road. Drive 4.1 miles on Knoxville Devilhead Road and the Cement Creek Road trailhead will be on your right.

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G. Martin

Mapping Crew - California

G. Martin, gm4x4 on Youtube , is a California native, born and raised in northern California and now living and wheeling in southern California. He enjoys exploring new trails and setting up camp in the remote outdoors. You may come across him in the middle of the Mojave Desert, the mountains of Big Bear, in the central Sierras near Shaver Lake or any other dirty, rocky road in the southwest.
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