Michael D Antonovich Trail is a 4.2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near San Dimas, CA that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
Signs posted that area has tested positive for West Nile Virus. Needs more signage, especially for bike riders who don't want to slow down at the many turnoffs. about 5 water crossings, require getting off bike at a few.
Great trail. I liked all the creek crossings. had a jungle feel :-) a little hidden gem.
Beautiful and mostly shady. Lots of stream crossings. There where quite a few mosquitos so I wouldn't go at dawn or dusk. Other than that, it's a great little hike. The stream crossings made it really fun!
Very poor signage, each section has 2-3 turn-off that people have created to get over the creek. *Signs posted, that this area had tested positive for West Nile Virus* I like the trail, but hard to navigate.
very nice, very shady, creeky trail:)
Kick back shady trail.
Love the scenery and if you go at a quick pace it's a hell of a trail
it was very quiet easy to follow trail.
It was more of a walk than a hike but still enjoyable.
Mostly shaded, and easy going once following stream bed - suitable for families/dogs, and unfortunately those inclined to practice their graffiti skills. Only notable view was from the parking lot, but for a quick easily accessed Sunday afternoon stroll I might do it again.
Great hike! Easy to navigate. Some nice streams to walk through!
Easy hike. There were a few different routes that aren't well marked but they all lead to the same places in the areas. There is still water so that is nice for Southern California.
Easy trail. I loved that there was plenty of shade and the trail was wide. However I did not like that there was a lot of graffiti, especially on trees. There is a tiny parking lot by the entrance of the trail on San Dimas ave. parking is free
Started the trail on the San Dimas Rd side and walked down. Definitely pretty steep if you have younger kids with you but it's doable. The trail was well shaded.