Looking for a great trail near Riverside, California? AllTrails has 48 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Crystal Cove State Park or Chino Hills State Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Mount Rubidoux Park or Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Park. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 32 easy trails in Riverside ranging from 0.6 to 14.6 miles and from 643 to 2,217 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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It was a nice walk I loved it but when I got back to the park lot my car was broken into the person broke my passenger window, be careful I would park in the very front where there’s cameras.

running
10 days ago

Was a nice run around the lake on paved roads. There were families enjoying the park, right along side the homeless in their tents. I probably wouldn’t go there after dark, but during the day it was fine.

hiking
bugs
11 days ago

This hike meanders through the rolling hills of Norco’s horse country, You will see many equestrians along the mostly dirt and sandy trail, but it’s good opportunity to spend time outdoors. DO NOT LEAVE VALUABLES IN YOUR VEHICLE!

This hike takes you through the meandering hills of Norco’s horse country, and you will see many equestrians along the way. The route is mostly a dirt and sandy trail, but it’s great opportunity to be outdoors. DO NOT LEAVE VALUABLES IN YOUR VEHICLE!

hiking
12 days ago

My favorite trail so far. It is paved all the way, but there are dirt trails off to the side for more of a challenge if you’d like. Once you reach the top of the mountain, the view is amazing. The only negative I will say is that you have to park down the street but it’s not bad at all. And lastly, if you take your dog, clean up their poop. There is a lot of it along the trail. Other than that, it’s great for all levels!

Took our 2 year old and did a random trail for 3 hours. Very good views, saw a snake towards the end.

hiking
no shade
13 days ago

Great morning workout ! If you’re trying to start getting in shape I would recommend! I use it to prepare me for other trails

Modest sized botanical garden with no admission fee makes this an ideal repeat venue for nature walks. Most of the garden is shaded and plants are more or less grouped nicely by continent, though the garden as a whole could be significantly cleaned up and better manicured.

hiking
18 days ago

So pretty!! Loved it!

hiking
closed
over grown
20 days ago

Great trail, however the instructions, especially at the beginning, are no longer valid. A man named Dave had to walk me back in the right direction. (Thank you Dave) So, to get to the trail, you should primarily rely on the “view full map” section of the app. You want to enter at Islander Park, and follow that map. You will run into a fence where the trolley lies, about eight feet tall. You have to jump over it to access the trailhead. Once you are there, the trail is a bit unclear, as it is no longer maintained, but if you follow the map with your GPS, you’re on the right track. To summarize, ignore the instructions section, follow the map, jump the fence, follow the map again, and you’ll get there. It’s a difficult trail; be prepared for inclines as steep as 50%. But if you can put one front in front of the other for a mile and change uphill, you’ll be fine.

mountain biking
26 days ago

Very nice park.

hiking
no shade
rocky
28 days ago

Nice Mountain a lot of resting spots along the mountain. The biggest down fall is a lot of dog poop everywhere. They should enforce people with with a to pick up after them. The whole trail full of dog poop and we went in the cold can’t imagine what it will be like in the summer and the smell

hiking
bugs
no shade
off trail
rocky
29 days ago

My fiancé, two 10lb dogs, and I arrived at the hiking sight around 9:30am on a weekday. When you arrive you will see a small gated parking lot and that’s where you will see the start of the hike. Not only hikers go on this trail, but people riding there bikes. Keep in mind that if you want to follow the trail on AllTrails map you can, but you can also take another path as well if you want to spend more time. It’s a loop hike so you can stop anywhere and enjoy the scenic route.

hiking
no shade
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

hiking
blowdown
off trail
1 month ago

cant find the trail anymore. once you turn left near cross its completely overgrown and truly have to rely on GPS. dont try alone.

hiking
1 month ago

Great hike, there was a lot of people on the hike but it was a good hike. The whole hike is with payment but there are several different small trails that are of dirty.

Nice, short hike. It was a foggy day and beautiful nonetheless.

Very fun, easy hike. Went with my dog and he had no problem at all either. There wasn’t much sun so it was nice. I can imagine it getting very hot if the sun comes out. Some parts are a little slippery from sand a small gravel rolling but not too bad. Recommend it!

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