Welcome to the Santa Ana River region’s longest recreational trail and parkway. When complete this 110-mile trail and bikeway corridor will reach from Big Bear Lake, high in the San Bernardino Mountains, to the mouth of the Santa Ana River, at the Pacific Ocean.
The trail passes through urban parkland and through quiet willow forests. It skirts some of the region’s most vital, exciting cities and passes under giant cottonwood trees. The Trail is as varied as the region. And a trip along the Santa Ana River Trail can accommodate everyone.
Hikers, equestrians, runners, bikers, tri-athletes, geocachers, birdwatchers, and families enjoying an afternoon outing, all use the Santa Ana River Trail and Parkway. Bicycle commuters escape crowded freeways. You can experience the Santa Ana River Trail and Parkway too! more info »