Simpson Park Trail is a 13.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Hemet, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
I'm out there almost every Friday so a good 6 mi hike helps lift my mood. several trails and loops from east to tough. not crowded at all
nearly all trails are very good and fun singletrack. Not much traffic thankfully, and great views. I love riding here.
This is a great hiking area! You can do a short hike with little kids or a longer haul if you like. There are also picnic areas there and breath-taking views in the winter with the snow capped mountains!!
Great hike! Beautiful scenery!
It's a beautiful area. There weren't very many people the day we went, which made it peaceful. The only downfall is that there are homes nearby, which takes away from the natural setting.
Beautiful views of the valley, very hot in summer, bring lots of water. Full loop is not kid-friendly but there are lots of short trail options to explore. A lot of trash and debris, always pack it in, pack it out.
As a novice rider this area was very challenging with a lot of technical turns, inclines, downhills and rock formations to maneuver. Great ride with plenty to challenge you.
A quick hiking fix. A lot of mountain bikers, so be careful. Overall a fun place with decent views.