Nicole H. on Santa Ana River Trail
Fun easy ride. Can run into area where transients camp.. some area can be a bit isolated.. recommend riding with buddy
I ran about 2 miles of this trail (each way, out and back) from the southern end of the construction closure in Riverside. At least in this section, the trail is built alongside or on top of a sewer main, and my run was punctuated by regular mouthfuls/lungfuls of sewer gas. For almost a mile just north of Van Buren the trail runs a gauntlet between two high chain link fences protecting a sewage treatment plant on one side and the section of the river that the plant dumps into on the other. I'm hoping another section of the trail is better; I won't be on this one again.
Beautiful day for a walk along the Santa Ana River Trail. The trail will be closed Monday through Friday until 2017 for the 2 miles between Martha McLean Park and Ryan Bonaminio Park but is still open on the weekends all the way from Norco to Colton. Lots of bicyclists, walkers, and dog walkers share the trail. It is paved all the way.
The Santa Ana River Trail is closed between Martha McLean Park and Ryan Bonaminio Park Monday through Friday and is only open all the way through on the weekends. The sections that are open are fine however for walking during the week.
Paul M. on Fairmount Park Extended
Follow the main road to the right, along the golf course, staying on Dexter Drive around the entire lake.
Paul M. on Fairmount Park
Great shade and trees, off main road, open space and playgrounds, benches and water fountains, picnic areas, fishing dock, ducks and lawn bowling.