Box Springs Mountain Reserve
Box Springs Mountain Park is located near Moreno Valley, 5 miles east of Riverside off of Highway 60 and Pigeon Pass Road. Most recognizable of this park is the large white “M” on the southern slope facing Moreno Valley and the golden “C” that sits on the western slope above UC Riverside. On just a little over 1,100 acres, equestrian riders, bikers, hikers and their pets can explore 15 miles of trails.
Harford Spring Reserve
Harford Springs Reserve is a gorgeous 325-acre field with miles of picturesque hiking. The winding trails meander through dense brush and abundant wildlife. The lovely trails split and converge through the entire park allowing hikers a beautiful glimpse at butterflies, lizards, and wildflowers including, California Poppies, Star Lilies, and Miner’s Lettuce.
Lake Cahuilla Recreational Area Trails
Lake Cahuilla Recreation Area is a stunning 710-acre park situated at the base of the Santa Rosa Mountains. It is located 6 miles South East of Old Town La Quinta and offers a delightful experience in the Coachella Valley. Lake Cahuilla is set in the midst of expansive lawns and picturesque mountaintops making it a spectacular destination.
McCall Memorial Park Trails
McCall Memorial Park is located in mountain center 2 miles from the town of Idyllwild. McCall Memorial Park is an extraordinary park for its commitment to equestrian camping and is one of the few parks that center its attention on trails and open spaces for equestrians and their horses.
Santa Ana River Trails
The Santa Ana River Trail and Parkway is a 100-mile long recreational trail extending from the crest of the San Bernardino Mountains to the coast of the Pacific Ocean. The trail runs through three counties; San Bernardino County, Riverside County, and Orange County; 15 cities; and multiple special jurisdictions. Parts of the trail are currently under development. The trail is now approximately 60% complete with plans to complete the remaining portions over the next five years.