Irvine Regional Park Trail is a 2.9 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Orange, CA that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Great place for a weekend MTB ride. Typically light trafficked. Can get pretty hot so make sure you have plenty of water. Can get pretty tight in some spots. All around fun ride, highly recommend it.
Short and sweet for a family hike on a weekend or holiday or a peaceful break by yourself!
Short and sweet on the horseshoe trail. The park is amazing!
Very nice park. The trail even though steep in the beginning, once you reach the top the ridge, the views are awesome.
Irvine Regional is a great to get a good work out. I consider myself a beginner. Climbs are exceptional, make it as long as you want it, there is a good amount of trails to switch it up a bit. You can make it as long as you want it, connects with Santiago Oaks. Will go back.
Did some mountain biking around the trails here this afternoon. It was easy but like others say, you can make it a bit more difficult. Very nice during late afternoon. Saw a bunch of bunnies and a rattle snake!
This is a great area to walk around and enjoy the scenery. It truly is only as hard as you make it. Most of the trails are paved and it takes you in a giant loop of the entire park. It's a great trail to take kids and dogs along. It costs $3-5 per car to go into the park but it is definitely worth it. It is more of a nature walk than a hike.
I've done this like tree times and every time I love it, it is always fun and it can be as challenging as you make it, I'll do it again next summer.
decent trials .... its as hard as you make it
did the puma trail which connect to the horseshoe loop...it was hard at first since it was inclining...going down was a bit rocky and steep...have the most fun and you can relax on there zoo which is 2 dollar per person...
Great ride! There is a loop I do around the entire park including a nice climb to robbers peak. Not the hardest trail ever, but very fun. Watch out for snakes, I see them almost every ride.
Very nice hike. We did the Horseshoe Loop trail. Very small climbs but nice views of the surrounding hills. It was a bit loud as the trails got closer to the park. The most exciting part was seeing a snake slither away from us. I think it was a rattlesnake by the looks of its tail. No harm done.
This is a great for a hike specially if you are a beginner.