Judge Davis Trailhead

Phone:
Address:

Bureau of Land Mangement Ukiah Field Office Ukiah, CA 95482

Latitude/Longitude:
39.00889444, -122.41509444
Directions:
From Clearlake Oaks, CA drive about 17 miles east of Highway 20 to the trailhead on your right. From Williams, CA drive about 21.5 miles west on Highway 20 to mile marker 40.67, trail head will be on your left.
Fee Description:
No Fee
BIKING
HIKING
HORSEBACK RIDING

Judge Davis Trailhead

Fire Restrictions

Effective Friday, August 20, 2021, the BLM Ukiah Field Office issued an updated Fire Prevention Order due to increased wildland fire danger, which prohibits setting, building, maintaining, attending, or using a campfire or open flame of any kind within a developed recreation site. For specific questions, please contact the Ukiah Field Office at (707) 468-4000. Fire Prevention Order

The Judge Davis Trailhead provides access to the Judge Davis Trail and the Cache Creek Ridge Trail. Judge Davis Trail is about 10 miles round trip to Cache Creek with a total elevation gain of 1,2800 feet with the option of extending your hike by about 6 miles to reach the Red Bud Trailhead. Cache Creek Ridge Trail goes from Highway 20 to Highway 16 and is about 9.5 miles with a total elevation gain of about 1,500 feet. Both trails are open to hiking, equestrian riding, mountain biking outside of the wilderness boundary, and hunting. No water is available and restroom facilities at the trailhead are currently out of order.