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Discover the Beauty of the Santa Ana River Trail

Jurupa Valley, Ca – The Riverside County Park and Open-Space District (RivCoParks) is pleased to present the Santa Ana River Trail Bike Day & Open House event on Saturday, October 5, 2019.  The event is designed to highlight the Santa Ana River Trail and encourage residents to discover, or rediscover, the beauty of the trail and take advantage of this wonderful public resource.

Riders of all abilities are invited to come take a ride and see the sights!  Families with children can enjoy family short course rides at any of three designated access points that will be set up with community information, resources, water, kids activities, and opportunity drawings.  RivCoParks will be hosting one of the trail access points at its scenic Hidden Valley Nature Center site located at 11401 Arlington Avenue, Riverside, CA 92509.  A second trail access point will be hosted by the City of Riverside Parks, Recreation & Community Services Department at Ryan Bonaminio Park located at 5000 Tequesquite Avenue, Riverside, CA 92501.  The third trail access point will be hosted by San Bernar

dino County Regional Parks at the San Bernardino County Hall of Records located at 222 W. Hospitality Lane, San Bernardino, CA 92415.

The Santa Ana River Trail is currently 50.3 miles long, spanning from South Waterman Avenue in

San Bernardino all the way to Hunting Beach at the Pacific Coast Highway.  It will eventually run for a total of 110 uninterrupted miles all the way to the Big Bear Lake, connecting the mountains to the ocean.

The Santa Ana River Trail is a multi-use trail accommodating bikers, horseback riders, and hikers.  Whether you are walking your dog, taking a jog or a leisurely bike ride, the trail offers an opportunity to take in the natural beauty of the river’s environment and wildlife.

Residents may register for prize drawings and learn more about this event 


About The Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District

Our Mission is to acquire, protect, develop, manage, and interpret for the inspiration, use and enjoyment of all people, a well-balanced system of park related places of outstanding scenic, recreational, and historic importance. Our Vision is to be the regional leader in improving lives through people, parks, places and programs.

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