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Adopt-A-Trail2018-03-07T23:16:39+00:00

Adopt-A-Trail

The RivCoParks Adopt-A-Trail (AAT) program was created by the Riverside County Regional Park & Open-Space District to bring community members and organizations together to protect and maintain the natural beauty of our trail system and open-space areas.

The AAT program encompasses over 160 miles of trail throughout Riverside County. We rely on the dedication and hard work of volunteers to keep our trails maintained and safe for everyone. Without the commitment of our volunteers, our trails and parks would fall into disrepair and be unavailable for use. Trail segments range in difficulty, length, and location; there is something for everyone! The District provides Adopters all the training and resources you will need to make your Adoption campaign a success. This includes a trailer full of tools, personal protection equipment for all trail volunteers, and field support to assist on work days. We will even help recruit volunteers to help you on your trail!

We are a team of community members from every walk of life, coming together to protect and preserve Riverside County trails and open-space areas. Several volunteer positions are available to suit every lifestyle.

Trail Adopter

Agrees to coordinate at least four (4) work days per year and patrol regularly to pick up trash and report any trail issues to the District. Adopters recruit friends and family to help during work days while the District provides the tools and guidance to keep your trail clean and safe.

Trail Patroller

Be the eyes and ears on the trail. Work independently to hike, ride, or bike a trail of your choosing and report issues to the District.

Box Springs Mountain

  • Two Trees trailhead: 9699 Box Springs Mountain Road, Moreno Valley, CA 92557
  • Hidden Springs trailhead: 10499 Hidden Springs Drive, Moreno Valley, CA 92557

Bogart Park: 9600 Cherry Ave, Cherry Valley, CA 92223

Harford Springs: 21470 Gavilan Rd, Perris, CA 92570

Hidden Valley Wildlife Area: 11401 Arlington Ave, Riverside, CA 92505

Idyllwild Nature Center:  25225 California 243, Idyllwild, CA 92549

Idyllwild Park: 54000 Riverside County Playground Rd, Idyllwild, CA 92549

Lake Skinner Recreation Area: 37701 Warren Rd, Winchester, CA 92596

McCall Park:  28500 McCall Park Rd, Mountain Center, CA 92561

Rancho Jurupa Park: 4800 Crestmore Rd, Riverside, CA 92509

Santa Rosa Plateau: 39400 Clinton Keith Rd, Murrieta, CA 92562

Santa Ana River Trail Access Points

  • Hidden Valley Wildlife Area
  • Ryan Bonaminio Park: 5000 Tequesquite Ave, Riverside, CA 92506
  • Martha McLean Anza-Narrows Park: 5759 Jurupa Ave, Riverside, CA 92504

Upcoming trails events:

Trails Committee Meeting

October 24 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Santa Rosa Plateau
39400 Clinton Keith Rd
Murrieta, California 92562
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The trails committee meets on the 4th Wednesday, on a quarterly basis, at various locations from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm Questions: Loree Broderick 951-955-4306 Kyla Brown 951-955-4306

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