Huntington Beach State Park: near Coast Highway and Brookhurst Avenue -- Access beginning at the Santa Ana River mouth in Huntington Beach.
Fairview Park: Placentia Avenue--Costa Mesa.
Talbert Nature Preserve: Placentia Avenue -- Costa Mesa.
LeBard Park: Cynthia Drive -- Huntington Beach.
Moon/Suburbia Park: California Street -- Costa Mesa.
Centennial Park: Edinger Avenue -- Santa Ana.
Edna Park: Edna Drive -- Santa Ana.
Riverdale Park: East Riverdale Avenue -- Anaheim.
Yorba Linda Regional Staging Lot: La Palma Avenue -- Anaheim.
Yorba Regional Park: inside the park -- Anaheim.
Hidden Valley Wildlife Area: 11401 Arlington Avenue -- Riverside.
Mary Tyo Equestrian Trailhead: Southeast corner of Ridgeview Avenue and Limonite Avenue -- Riverside.
Martha McLean/Anza Narrows: 5759 Jurupa Avenue -- Riverside.
Rancho Jurupa Park: 4800 Crestmore Road -- Riverside.
Fairmont Park: 2601 Fairmont Blvd. -- Riverside.
Carlson Dog Park: 4700 Buena Vista Avenue -- Riverside
San Bernardino County
La Cadena Drive, just north of Tropica Rancho Road -- Colton
South E Street, just north of Hospitality Lane -- San Bernardino
South Waterman Avenue, just north of Vanderbilt Lane -- San Bernardino
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.