Pisgah Trail is a 1.2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Yucaipa, California that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and trail running and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length1.2 miElevation gain147 ftRoute typeOut & back
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Note: A portion of this trail is on private property. One of the trails near Wildwood Park, open all year to all skill level. This the a wash trail on the south side of Wildwood Park, with incredible mountain views on the South and North.

Anywhere at the park open parking

I-10 exit Hwy 79, right on Beaumont Ave, will transition to Oak Glen Rd, left on Wildwood Canyon Rd. stay on this road until you see the park on the left side.

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Don Morris
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Hiking

I wasn’t impressed with the trail – at least until we got to the end. I won’t spoil it for you, but listen for water off the trail. The trail as marked here begins at the parking lot on the right. Head towards the pavilion and then follow the trail along the fence. You’ll travel back toward the road, actually walking with traffic for about 50 yards, then head away from the road for a short bit. Be safe!

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Donnie Heath
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best time of the year is when it's green go to far and you will be the swing I hung years ago , it's a dangerous swing can't recommend swinging on the big swing

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Adam Siek
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Walking

It is a short trail, nothing great to see about. Half of a mile one way, but if you want to stretch it out a bit you can go to the basin trail. Adds about 1. 5 miles coming out to 2.5 miles. Nice little walk

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Christmas Moncada
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Walking

Nice for a walk...

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Zipper Cooper
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Short and not very fun. Lots of better hikes in the State Park or at El Dorado.

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Salena Angle
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Running
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Salena Angle
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Running
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