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Trail Etiquette

The Santa Ana River Trail and Parkway is the result of decades of planning and cooperation between local, regional, state, and federal government; riding and hiking organizations; and the general public. 


For the safety and enjoyment of those using the Parkway we ask that bicyclists, pedestrians, joggers, and runners yield to those on horseback.


Trail and bikeway users are asked to keep to the right side of the trail except when passing.


Always look first before crossing the trail to see if it is safe to do so.



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. 

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San Bernardino County: Jim Canaday: jcanaday@parks.sbcounty.gov Riverside County:
Rebecca Chavez:
rrchavez@rivcoparks.org Orange County: Jeff Dickman: jeff.dickman@ocpw.ocgov.com

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