Potawot Walking Trails

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Birding on Trails

Ku’ wah-dah-wilth has approximately 2 miles of walking trails that meander around the wetlands, uplands, basket and textile garden, food garden, and through the meadows and orchards. The Walking Map below illustrates the walking routes and their distances.


The Life Blood of the Tree

This land has been dedicated to the people for healing.

We are standing on a special area of healing as our trees have many healing powers.

The roots are firmly planted in Mother Earth, bringing her water and milk to nourish her.

We have our life blood from this Mother Earth, and so does the tree.

The Trails are made of the life blood of the trees, honor it as you walk on it knowing that it is giving you renewed life and strength.

Plants along the Trails have great healing powers in them and the people have used them for generations.

Learn from them and accept their gifts to you.

We have a powerful Earth Mother.
Thank you creator for this land, we are one with you.

A poem presented by Juanita Samuels at the October 2004 Potawot Health Village Trail Dedication





Juanita Samuels at theTrail Dedication

UIHS Trail User Safety Guidelines:

  • Trails are open During Daylight Hours.
  • No Dogs.
  • Avoid Walking Alone.
  • Due to reported rabid wildlife sightings in the area, do not approach wildlife.
  • Do not touch dead animals or droppings on the trails, as they may contain infectious diseases.
  • If you see a mountain lion do not run, act large, make noise, and throw rocks, and pick up small children.
  • Do Not Feed Wildlife
  • No Roller Sports
  • For Your Safety Stay on Trail

To report unlawful activity call UIHS at (707) 825-5000 or 911


~ 2 miles of walking trails at Potawot support healthy lifestyles

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Click the link below for a Potawot Walking Map (PDF)

Potawot Walking Map (PDF)