Kabian Park offers 1 acre of developed park space, and another 639 acres of hiking and equestrian trails through the hills of Quail Valley.
The park was started in 1968. It was bought with money donated by Madeline Kabian with the provision that the park be named for her deceased son Roy. Not much information is known about Madeline or Roy. From the park’s inception, it was owned and operated by the City of Perris. In 1974, the city turned it over to the County Parks Department to be used as a regional wildlife refuge, which is what it is today.
28001 Goetz Rd.
Quail Valley, CA 92587
Kabian Park Sign
This is a picture of the park sign at Kabian Park.
This is a picture of a hiking trail at Kabian Park.
Kabian Park Playground
This is a picture of the playground at Kabian Park.
Road at Kabian Park
This is a picture along the road in Kabian Park.
Kabian Park Trail 2
This is a picture of a trail at Kabain Park.
8 a.m. to sunset | Daily
Gazebos, with BBQ grills
Grassy picnic areas
Caretaker on site