The Santa Ana River Trail and Parkway is a well-traveled, recreational resource open to the public year-round. Users should note that many of the parks along the Trail have more restrictive hours.
Safety concerns vary along the trail. Common sense, especially in parking and staging areas, will greatly reduce safety concerns.
Trail users may encounter wildlife, including rattlesnakes, wild pigs, coyotes, and mountain lions. Avoidance is the best practice.
For emergency assistance, call “911”. Always know your location especially relative to the nearest access point. This will greatly assist the operator.
Bicyclists and horseback riders should wear helmets when riding.
Trail rules and Prohibitions:
Walking is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to be physically active. All you need is a good pair of shoes, some comfortable clothes, and a place to walk. Experts agree that all you need is 30 minutes of moderate-level physical activity on most days of the week to see health benefits. The Santa Ana River Trail is the perfect place save money, enjoy nature, and maintain healthy body.