Trail User Groups

Equestrian Use:
Yorba Regional Park & Hidden Valley Wildlife Area

Although horses and their riders are welcome throughout the Santa Ana River Trail, there are two prime locations that cater the unique wants and needs of the equestrian community.   Yorba Regional Park and Hidden Valley Wildlife Area provide horse trailer parking, hitching posts and water for horses.


The Yorba Regional Park is located in Orange County at the base of Anaheim Hills. This Park has a one mile long linear trail within the 125 acres of the Park.   This decomposed granite trail is separate from the bikeway and allows riders the opportunity to ride on a softer surface.


The Hidden Valley Wildlife Area is located just east of the city of Norco in Riverside County. This wildlife area is over 1500 acres and has 25 miles of trails for both hiking and equestrian use.  The park is also adjacent to the City of Norco, also known as, “Horsetown USA”.  Norco provides over 80 additional miles of horse trail with access to restaurants, tack shops and other amenities.


For more information on these areas, please click on the links below:



Hiking and Other Trail Resources:

American Hiking Society

OC Hiking Club


Bicycle Clubs:

Bicycle Club of Irvine

Orange County Rebel Riders

Orange County Wheelmen

Redlands Water Bottle Transit Company

Riverside Bicycle Club



Horse Clubs and Organizations:

Chino Hills Horsemen’s Association

Equestrian Trails, Inc.

Norco Horsemen’s Association

Riverside Recreational Trails



Running Clubs:

South Coast Roadrunners

Loma Linda Lopers

San Bernardino Pacers




Triathlon Clubs:

Inland Inferno Triathlon Club

Orange County Triathlon Club


Geocaching Resources:


Letterboxing North America




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. 

Events Calendar

Contact Us

San Bernardino County: Jim Canaday: Riverside County:
Rebecca Chavez: Orange County: Jeff Dickman:

Interactive Map

Upcoming Events

Trail Status