Prospect Park is a 0.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Redlands, CA that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
One of the parks in Redlands. Open all year to everybody. It's a park on a hill with citrus trees. There's a mansion on the east side, not a part of the park but it's accessible at the main parking where they give tours that cost $10. There's no fee to park or hike the trails. This park is friendly, there's drinking fountains, restrooms, trashcans and benches.
really nice scenic routes. perfect for people looking for a beautiful and not too difficult hike.
Nice. Not spectacular, but a decent break from being immersed in nothing but city. You can't totally escape traffic noise but there is wildlife and greenery.
Absolutely love this park!! My dogs love it too!
Very pleasant walk with plenty of shade and views of the city. Only a few trees are in bloom during February, though. Best to go during spring.
Lovely park for walks
This is another nice park, worth checking out. There’s an interesting historical house adjacent at the southwest parking where you can tour the interior for $10. The two main trails are both clearly defined and has plenty of shading. There's a trail not shown on the map adjacent to the canal and parallel to Cajon Street that’s also worth exploring.