This property is new and may not be available for public use, pending necessary planning, facility development and staffing.

I needed to use my AllTrails app to follow the loop, there were lots of confusing intersections and options. I also agree with another hiker who stated that the trail was narrow and deep in places, like a very narrow ditch. Kinda weird. But it was a nice evening hike, quiet, views.

1 month ago

This is an awesome place to hike. Many many trails to follow. Clean ports potties. Many trails with lots of shade. Many different kinds of trees & wildlife. Breathtaking views and photo opportunities.

1 month ago

This was a nice easy trail, lots of different scenery and many loops to follow. Unlike other reviewers, I didn't find it hard to navigate, there were many signs indicating the different trails. We saw a man who lived nearby, on his horse, he was helpful in telling us about the trails and the history behind the abandoned house. We walked up to the old abandoned house, which was pretty cool.
Plenty of parking.

mountain biking
2 months ago

Good for mountain bikes. Nice walking trails. Summer time there are rattle snakes. Poison oak in shaded areas.

Beautiful. Nice loop

Great trail. Lots of different loops you can do which can be confusing but they all end up coming back to the entrance or exit. Free entrance and parking.

Easy trail and good for a family walk.

Great trail. The kids did well on the trail.

Even before we started this trail we saw a bobcat about 30 yards from us. The trail started out beautiful but became very narrow and almost like you were walking through a stream with no water. also there were tons of snake holes and already being frighted by the bobcat we decided to turn around. Awesome experience though! we also turned around because the trail was poorly marked and we werent sure which loop we were on

we saw lots of wildlife, it was great!

horseback riding
9 months ago

Great trails!

10 months ago

Very beautiful location includes shady walks under towering oak trees, moderate climbs up to ridge views and a pretty boarded up house with a big front porch to view all the way into Menifee Valley, to chapparal singletracks slicing across elfin forest and grasslands. Watch out for poison oak in the cool, damp, shaded zones.

Really dusty. Wasn't sure where the trail head was.

Sunday, March 05, 2017

I really enjoyed this trail it's one of the better ones in Yuciapa you see trees that seem to be over a hundred years old and view's are great the higher you go seems to take you back in time, I'll definitely take this again

Monday, February 20, 2017

Really enjoyed this hike. Was a bit eerie as it was so foggy. Would help if the trailhead had the trail maps at the beginning as it wasn't very well marked. The board at the trailhead was empty. We spotted a bobcat at the trailhead and passers by had just spotted a bear.

horseback riding
Sunday, February 12, 2017

Great place to ride horses trails are real easy to ride

Sunday, January 29, 2017

this was a great hike that gave a lot if different options to travel. couldn't record my hike because I didn't have signal, but I'm definitely coming back to do this one again. not very busy, and dog friendly. great views as well!

Friday, November 25, 2016

First time using All trials. The trail location was not found. When we entered the park, we followed the first visible trail through on the right up the side of the mountain, which lead to the top of the hill. The trail signs were not clear as to how far or where to continue each trail. We kept following the trail straight up and then eventually turned around because we were unsure which trail we were on. After back tracking back down the trail we came, we decided to take Oak tree loop. It eventually took us in a loop near the abandoned White House and back up to the top near Hi Up Road. We took the trail back down where we came to the front of the back. Besides the unclear trail signs, we had a great adventure!

horseback riding
Thursday, October 06, 2016

Beautiful lots of trails and lots of beautiful oak trees

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Really nice place, lots of trees, birds, and even saw a bobcat very close. May have seen a cougar but disappeared before I could confirm. Seemed larger than a bobcat.

Fairly dusty this time of year, so be prepared for that and wear appropriate shoes.

Thursday, June 23, 2016

Great workout/ running trail. Lots of overgrowth, most of trail is narrow, it crosses other trails and can mix you up. Older kids ok, I don't recommend for little ones.

Friday, June 17, 2016

overgrown but yet beautiful

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Some trails are really overgrown, but it's a beautiful park

Monday, May 30, 2016

I decided to go to the right at the entrance. It was beautiful but very overgrown, lots of wildflowers and bees. I do not recommend going by yourself. I saw a snake with its body swaying in the air half way through the trail and ran back out. I realize I was hiking at a bad time of day- noon. Maybe morning would be better. Bring a machete, a stick and a friend.

Monday, March 14, 2016


horseback riding
Friday, March 11, 2016

There are nice trail loops in the park, there is a nice wide dirt road up to the old ranch and smaller more rugged trails that loop up and back in the park. There are mountain lions along with coyotes, deer, bobcats and bear that live in the park, I suggest to bring some type of protection if you will be alone. I have never heard of any type of attack but always better to be safe than sorry. Any hiking/riding/biking in the park is beautiful, you can cross Wildwood Canyon Rd to the south where there is a wash and park. You can also go north through the park past the old ranch in the state park and end up on Oak Glen Rd which you can take west into Yucaipa or east into Oak Glen. If you go east when you reach Oak Glen Rd there is a new park, El Dorado, on the north side that also has trails for bikes/horses/hiking.

horseback riding
Saturday, September 19, 2015

You forgot One of the largest groups to use these trails, the equestrians.You cannot go to the trail head without seeing one or more trailers. so happy trails and watch out for the rattlers.

Sunday, August 09, 2015

I have been on both trails up to the ranch house , barn, and other buildings as well as to the hi up house. The fire road that goes to the ranch house is nice and wide. There's little shade so go early in the summer and always bring water. Then, there was the line of trees right by the entrance of the ranch. My 4 and 6 year old had no trouble with this trail and its okay for strollers. A bit long if you don't walk with your stroller that often.I would only take the strollers made for dirt trails and stay on fire road only. The high up trail is narrow at some points there are a couple places to catch it.Not made for strollers. If you go by the picnic area it's covered with trees and shady for a while. If you go to the main entrance by gate, it is open for a bit. Still love both trails. We made a canvas out of the picture of the trees along the hike and hung it in our living room. Great for young kids.

Tuesday, September 02, 2014

My honey and I did the trail first time for her beautiful morning and cool breeze up on top moderate hike the climb was easy, I would recommend it go due it. we did see a full grown female Deer couldn't get any better.

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Did this hike this morning with my dog. The hike starts off very easy and slowly gets harder until you drop of onto a fire road (Pisgah Peak Road). You have to walk the fire road for about a mile or so until you get to a gate. We just hiked right up the very steep ridge up to the peak. Great views of the valley and Oak Glen especially if it were to be a very clear day. No shade or water on the trail. Saw a Bald Eagle coming down from the peak too. Took just over 3 hours and I felt like it was a little more than 6 miles

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