Enjoy this trail, I know I did! The nearest sign I saw that said "Bike Route" did not point to the left where this crudely-paved connector actually is. They are flushies without roofs. They appear to be west of Jurupa Ave, all the way to Waterman. The robbers mostly target lone riders, usually between 6PM and 8PM. If needing a place to ride while in the area it is worth checking out. • Provides trail users access to Redlands Sports Park, local farm stands and other community destinations while still being an integral part of the Santa Ana River Trail (SART) • Will continue the progress of the overall 110 miles SART from the Pacific Coast to the San Bernardino Mountains. The SART map is lacking the icons for any of these things, but they must be out there. TrailBear – filling in the blanks on the map, TrailLink is a free service provided by Rails-to-Trails conservancy, We're a non-profit all about helping you enjoy the outdoors, Huntington Beach Bicycle Trail at SR 1/Pacific Coast Hwy. Currently, the trail does not connect to the Orange County section. There is also a $15 day use fee, which the TrailBear finds rather steep. No signs of horses. Serious bikers seem to be the main users, however there is family biking, runners and even skateboarders. “Youth Guidance Center” they call it. You’ve seen Le Bard Park. This takes you under the 60 FWY, behind industry and several other streets. Lower: 5 stars. Rode on Saturday (30 Jan). There is a rare on-trail wayside facility just north of the bridge on Katella at GE 33.806878° -117.873106°. We really enjoyed this trail as our first time . The trail is smooth and the scenery delightful. Most were clearing out – probably after an early morning on the trail – and we got a slot in the blacktop lot, but this park is doing a lot of business with trail users. Well-paved and well-signed. The riding at Yorba was just great. The trail was in good condition. The trail was open. It is well-maintained and well-traveled, with very few stops/starts that could slow a ride. Ride on! Orange County Sanitation District – that’s the Huntington Beach Wastewater Treatment Facility. If anyone feels intimidated riding during the week, I try to get out on Wednesday morning. Trail riders are concerned about The Three Ps – where to park; where to pedal; where to piddle. I use this trail quite frequently. There are roadies riding. There are miles of paved and dirt trails leading to the summit, so you can pick your pain. Dream on, Newport Beach. An unknown gem to many SART users is the huge free parking lot and the Perk U up Coffee shop serving food, and both alcholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Water fountains at Anza and Bark Park. Straight ahead takes you to the trail end at Waterman Blvd., about 8 miles upstream. Put your feet up and enjoy. May be there – but well concealed. No matter; pedal harder. The bad part is that it is dam ugly. Yorba Regional Park is a county park with a variable entry fee ($3/5/10), lakes, walks, shelters, BBQs and all manner of nice things. There is a lot of construction in the area right now. Come on in, check out the trail and see if you can find an entry point close by where you live. Trailhead Trail Route Santa Ana River MAP IS NOT TO SCALE. Stop for a few pix, then round the corner and head uphill to the… MARSHA McLEAN – ANAZA NARROWS REGIONAL PARK, 738’, GE: N33.96727 W117.43230 The river has been doing some cutting here. There is the Costco snack bar. You have a comfortable moving seat. I only rode on the 14 mile stretch from Amtrak Anaheim station to the beach but the trail was awesome Great surface to ride, parks and brides along the way many on and off access . Over there one citizen is doing just that. All the homeless are gone and they put up fences in all the areas the homeless were camping out. You saw it from miles away. When finished it will run 110 miles – from the San Bernardino County National Forest to the Pacific Ocean at Huntington Beach where the trail ends. I used this bike trail for recreation and shortcuts to work in Santa Ana when I was a resident of Anaheim and/or Garden Grove (Euclid and Katella / Lampson Ave and Brookhusrt) during the years of 1974-1981. Head pillowed on his pack, covered with a quilt, he sleeps the morning away. Yes. For rough riders, the bike path starts at the skirt of the Highland mountains of California in … If you want to start at the Waterman end, Tifanie (yes...that's how she spells it.) What I wasn't expecting was the wildlife up around the Yorba Linda part of the trail. He had Google Earth up and was busily laying down a track line of the trail while making note of anything on or near the trail that looked like a park or a mall or a public facility. I did about 9 miles near Huntington Beach. It had water – way around the corner of the school buildings. High speed kiddy pram and pusher? Shut the gate; collar Rover; then open the second gate. Now we’re back on the road enjoying a lovely trail with wonderful sights. At the far end is the … TESQUESQUITO AVE. ACCESS, 761’, GE: N33.97620 W117.39661 The end of Tesquesquito Ave. is blocked off where the trail turns left to run along the base of Mt. While the river is not the prettiest for the entire route, and there isn't much access to local businesses, the water and shade accommodations are plentiful along throughout and the river definitely has its bright moments. I have never had issues with any homeless. Stuffed with donuts, you return to the trail and head into the Orange Crush where the 22, the 5 and the 57 freeways intertwine. RTC has updated the map to show most of the results of this survey and removed that little parking area on Hesperian by way of the 22 Freeway. The diversions take you to a trail on the northern side of the canal to a hard packed dirt pathway (ok with hybrids…maybe not so great for road bikes). Best you bring your own. The Santa Ana River trail is a multi-use recreational trail that runs for 30 miles along the Santa Ana River, from the Orange/Riverside county line Huntington Beach. Sorry about that bikeE Dave, I would have rated it higher but I have been spoiled by trails like the Centennials and the Trail of the Couer D'Alenes in Washington and Idaho. In the far western reaches of Corona (just beyond Yorba Linda), the heretofore continuous trail ends, just south of the Green River Golf Club on Green River Road. (personally I loved taking it to Huntington/Newport/Balboa beaches!) The bike people are rude. Better bring everything you need for that stretch. Ride on! I like riding this trail it is peaceful it has nice scenic views and it is well paved. Strike One. At this point, on the west bank, the blacktop soon gives way to a wide, hard, fast equestrian path of (?) There are lips over the loos, but the rest is open to the cyclone wire above. COSTCO, FOUNTAIN VALLEY … GE: 33.703356° -117.931475° Just a half mile above Moon Park there is Costco, Fountain Valley, between MacArthur Blvd. 4 stars for length and condition of the trail, but only 3 stars for signage and scenery which is a bit dull in the fall! Free is more his speed. < http://www.ocsd.com/construction/p2/photo.asp> The bikies cross on the bridge to the Costa Mesa side for more blacktop that will take them eight miles up to the Riverview Bridge in Sana Ana, where they cross back again. I will not be taking this trail again. and a nice restroom and water at the Orange St. beach access sign at GE: 33.628114° -117.952813°. There are meadows filled with spring flowers and stands of trees and thick brush. Seen ‘em all. Santa Ana River Trail is a singletrack mountain bike trail in Angelus Oaks, California. Doesn’t smell like a sewer plant. < http://www.orangecounty.net/html/park-costamesa.html> Interesting channel, that. Number streets cross the freeway, Valley View is nice to River Dr, then Eighth to Crestview. Farewell, Fairmount. CENTENNIAL PARK, SANTA ANA … GE: 33.726726° -117.912702° Two miles above Costco is the Centennial Park, adjacent to the trail. There are little parks and kiddy play areas along the way. Nice trail with lots to see. (Better in winter when the mountains are out.) If you have a good mud slide, they will come out and do a stand up on top of some poor guy's car sticking out of the muck. Subscribe to the Trail Rider News newsletter, and get the latest report on trail conditions. Lot of bike tracks and foot prints. Bit thin on facilities for a city park. Even though not a lot of folks gave warning that they were passing there were plenty of “Good Mornings” from oncoming traffic. SART is a classic SoCal mountain-bike trail, running from Big Bear to Mentone. More were coming and more. There is currently a short section of the trail that is closed - between Lakeview and Tustin. This would be a great ride in the winter, just after a storm when the mountains are out and covered in snow and the “seeing” is good. I rode through sections of fragrant pine and other sections of eucalyptus. From the East, from the West, from the streets and the trails, they were headed for that table. The Bark Park is doing a lot of trailhead business from the bikies and the hikers. 4’ cyclone fence along that sector. The Santa Ana River Trail (SART) is a multi-use trail complex that runs alongside the Santa Ana River in southern California. I have even talked with a few. Not here. these trails can also lead to the norco powerhouse which is awesome to take pictures in & is close to the river. HVWA has both bottom lands down by the river and uplands. It … On the west end of YPR, off Huxford Lane, is a City of Anaheim park called Yorba Park. Facilities = 2-3*. Friends of the Santa Ana River Trail is a volunteer community group involved in Bicycle safety education, eco-friendly preservation and recreational multi-use of the Santa Ana River Trail system. I bussed my bike from Cucamonga,to san bernardino.the ride wasINTERESTING till I got to rvrsde co. That's when the ride becomes beatiful! are strictly prohibited! The Nature Center and the shops are located on the edge of the bluff above the river with excellent views. Their foundations sit on granite bedrock, 10 -50’ below river level. There are some interesting design ideas at the park. The TrailBear settled in at Yorba, then headed up river to see the sights. We head off to check out the other trailhead options, looking for a lot more ambiance. Trail condition are good, path is well maintained. In addition, on the way to work, I've seen either Canadian Geese or Crackling Geese, I'm on my way to work, so I can't stop and determine which species they are and I only see them in the early morning hours. Usual restrooms and water and parking and such. Correction to my last submittal. JURUPA AVE. ACCESS POINT, 746’, GE: N33.96003 W117.48091 The trail runs along the bluff to meet an access point at the end of Jurupa Ave at the end of the park. Here the trail takes a dive down towards the river under a bluff filled with homes and crosses a grassy parcel called the Agricultural Park (no facilities). TB turns right to run down into Fairmount Park. Water may be an issue here as all the restrooms were PortaPotty Pitstops (PPPS) and no fountains were seen. Up the trail there is a nice shade tree with a bench under it and a view of Mt. Can you say “PCB”? Flock of roadies? Today was a bright sunshiney day. There are miles of standing waves and rooster tails. Any info will be appreciated. I ride with my son on Sunday from Orangewood to Moon Part in the spring and to the beach when it warms and I'm in better shape. Most recent (FEB 2012) was on a Saturday afternoon when the trail gets a lot of users. < http://www.ci.santa-ana.ca.us/parks/EdnaPark.asp> ORANGE CITY SQUARE MALL … GE: 33.775244° -117.890993° Above Edna Park it looks a bit thin for trail-side facilities. I tried this trail a week after riding the Kern river trail and was disappointed with this trail. but continuing trail with no autos to worry about. Help defend and expand trails nationwide. It was. It’s a neighborhood park with water, no restrooms. Need a stress relief? I couldn't believe my eyes!!! Go around to reach the trail. He even saw them, once. It seemed kind of dirty. It is a joint effort to be built by all three counties. The trail runs alongside the Riverview Golf Course up to the Garden Grove Freeway. More on the Santa Ana River bicycle path . There was only one lane of travel in these areas but the longest one was about 30 feet so no biggie. No more golf course. On the far side is a junction. Confused? Bents don't do well in mud. In the meantime anyone who would like to ride with us on Sunday is welcome to join. It had an iffy restroom situation – a girls in the building and a unisex potty in the Little League compound which may be closed when they are not playing. I went to Moon Park and it was clear all the way. When completed, it will be the longest multi-use trail in Southern California, spanning 100 miles between San Bernardino and Orange County. This is it... Nice trail. TB likes that one under the shade tree. Stop and enjoy the creeks, then bomb down the wide singletrack sections through the trees. They must be there, somewhere, but none were seen down at the lakes. It will be from the Pacific Crest trail and extends 110 miles to Pacific Ocean [Huntington Beach]. Alas, there is a locked gate, so no go. There were a few homeless people but we did not feel unsafe. They are hard to beat. The restrooms are individual units or cabins vs. the communal design. Talbert (GE: 33.664916° -117.943935°) is more the bike-in pit stop, with water, a restroom, a picnic grove and horse facilities. Very nice and relaxing. The trail picks up again there. Owner Andrea is very bicycle friendly but tells me she can't advertise near the trail so keep your eyes peeled. I ride this trail a lot; about three times a week since I have a lot of time I can devote to riding right now. It appears to be the former home of a sewage plant and Has Some Issues. The 10 mile San Bernardino section has fewer hills and is a little flatter. He rode the dead end leg on the north bank up to the locked gate. Thanks again Tifanie. There are numerous access points and places to park along the Santa Ana River Trail's route. The benches beneath the trees along Lake Evans are a great place to relax. Imagine a river in a river bed rather than a concrete channel. In the distance is Mt. Some nice homes up there on the slope. Location, location, location. Yes, the river bed does have levees, but the river is free to wander between them. The Upper SART is the best I've ridden in SoCal. Become a member and wear your FREE T-Shirt with pride. All in all, a nice ride up and down. Case in point, here in Susanville, where I have recently moved from another geo-social location (retired) the Bizz Johnson Trail is one that I am still seeking a one-on-one relationship. We used to ride years ago but for various reasons we stopped. The sheer novelty of it… Having created the TrailLink map for the Upper Santa Ana River Trail, he needs to get out to Riverside and put some facilities icons on it. In short, this is not at all like the lower Santa Ana River, the L.A. River, the San Gabriel River, the San Juan Creek, Aliso Creek, San Diego Creek, Bellona Creek, Peters Canyon Wash, Coyote Creek and quite a few others down in The OC and LA County. There is a lush riparian community of trees and shrubs running for miles. Evocative of the La Paz Bus Station loo. Some great meadows down on the southern end of the hill. I will definitely ride this trail again. Most of the lower river underpasses are high enough that they were well above water level. There is one on each corner, so you have choices and lots of services available. The trail is shared also by rollerbladers, pedestrians, and just about by anyone else. From Hidden Valley, the trail continues east through both industrial and residential sections of Riverside, with scenic views of the Santa Ana River never far away. Took the 3/4 mile detour into Fairmount Park (halfway) and found it a gorgeous place with lakes. Yankee Clipper. Do it again? when they dont out come my clippers! The trail is striped for bicyclist to ride almost 2 abreast going either East to West or West to East for the entire route. Failing that, how about a few more benches at scenic overlooks? The asphalt trail is well kept, with a dividing line running down it. There are horsemen horsing. Two lanes wide, with great visibility in every direction. There is a donut store on the corner there, plus parking, restrooms in the mall, etc. There is a section of dirt path for a quarter mile between the Hidden Valley Nature Center and the trailhead. It has a 4x cabin style restroom with water and a new picnic enclosures with water fountain a bit further up. This is the southern half of the Santa Ana River Bikeway – the longest and best off-road cycling route in the Los Angeles area. 12/24/2010 We have had a week of non stop rain that got us noticed by the eastern new orgs. Most of the trail has another dirt trail on the other side, for horseback riding. The floor length urinal in the men’s loo was the Yellow Sea and the floor was rather wet with something one did not wish to dwell upon. Of course, after a week of rain – about 10” of it – the whole river has water in it, but that will pass. This time the TrailBear is bouncing over the wretched freeways and pot holed streets of Riverside, CA, on his way to Fairmount Park. Lots of road bikers cruising along at a good clip, then again this was Saturday morning when most traffic is to be expected. These go to TrailLink and are vetted, then posted on the updated map for all to see. I was on my own. Some logistical info..... GPS addresses: west end - 11401 Arlington Ave. Riverside,CA N33 degrees 57.312' W117degrees 30.904' Elev. Then you don't have to hump it up a steep grade after riding 40 miles...sheesh! Cycling is a great way to get cardiovascular as well as strength training at the same time. There are two items of interest in Yorba Regional Park for the trail rider. I'm grateful that this trail is no longer blocked by homeless and their tents. Seen trailheads with better facilities, but it was getting bikie business, including a flock of trikes. Joggers. You can also check out the Body Mass Index and see how your height and weight measure up. The Santa Ana River Trail is a 12-foot wide path following the Santa Ana River, a waterway that is cement-lined through much of Orange County but free flowing in Riverside and San Bernardino counties. We could use a lot more of these up and down the trail. The lower Upper SART is a ride worth doing. Sure not a day for that. When riding southwest, I took the trail under Lakeview, and then came up to the street where I kept right, followed Lakeview to Riverdale and turned right. Rubidoux. #1 SCATTANTE, Full Monocoque Carbon SL10, white frame with red, black seat, black handle wrap, Schwalbe tires, Aclass alx730 wheels #2 FUJI, Altimira 3.0, black frame with white and red, white seat, white handle wrap, Hutchinson tires, Oval 330 wheels ______________________________________________ Contact SAPD Det CPL Michelle Miller #2795 714-245-8412. The water fountain here is inside the Little Dogs Park, together with shade trees and a picnic table. And yet, I wish I still was living in SoCal. Built in 1904, it once held the record as the “largest concrete bridge on earth.” Read about it at: < http://memory.loc.gov/pnp/habshaer/ca/ca1600/ca1679/data/ca1679.pdf> That was then. Not early risers hereabouts. No one mentioned in these reviews the dozens of homeless encampments under the freeways, especially under the 5. But enough of dog parks in the Mission style. TB knows there are mountains out here. Spring is here and the trail is clear. Other that it is nice and paved. There are lots of dirt trails – suggesting a fun time with a mountain bike. It is a nice easy ride but can be challenging when the winds blow (onshore and Santa Ana's). The only u-xing under water from Costa Mesa to the Katella Crossing was at Orangewood by the Angel's stadium. It hard to ride in the moorings, but if there were light on the trail, that would be great. I went out on the trail yesterday starting in the City of Orange. To reach Edna Park, you cross back over on the Riverview Bridge and there is Edna, right on the trail. They would like a check for $4 dropped in the Iron Ranger on the honor system. Amazing trail safe place to ride bike in oc. The popular trail, currently open in two disconnected segments, links inland neighborhoods, businesses and shopping districts with the beach. After the trail threads through the 215/10 FWY interchange, it ends at Waterman Ave. Well, check out the restrooms and get a data point or two. Coming back, it was a little more involved with two left turns onto and off of Riverdale, but certainly manageable, especially if you have road riding experience. A cunning plan – which lasted until he reached the park. A delightful park – with pay parking. How was the TrailBear to resist this challenge and opportunity for some survey work? Across the street are the meadows of the undeveloped Tesquesquito Arroyo Park. South of Orangewood Avenue is a fire training facility on Rampart Street. This is the eastern terminus of the Santa Ana River Trail (SART) bike path, running from Waterman Ave in San Bernardino to the Riverside County Line near Riverside Ave. Disclaimer. MOON PARK, COSTA MESA… GE: 33.694367° -117.934052° Moon Park is a little neighborhood pocket park tucked in between the trail and the 405 Freeway at GE: 33.694367° -117.934052°. There are some “camps” in the bushes along the river bed; however, the trail is a distance from them and above the river bed. The roads are dirt, but the bike trail is 5* blacktop – very smooth. I was worried about the difficulty of the trip home, but the wind at my back returning made it pleasant and easy to ride. Here you make a dogleg detour to get across a ravine. It would make a great mid-trail staging area but for the two hour parking limit. Completion of the Santa Ana River Recreational Master Plan fulfills the first phase of the trail development process. There are vistas. < http://www.parks.ca.gov/default.asp?page_id=643> He drove in, heard the price and was outtathere in a flash. I really didn’t like it. The trail is one of the largest non-motorized social boulevards in the United States. SART - START AT THE BEACH… The SART starts on the Huntington Beach side of the Santa Ana River at the mouth. The trail is very clean, there was a good amount of other riders and runners. You may wish to give it a pass and stage out of one of the shopping centers at the intersection of La Palma and Imperial Highway, 1.7 miles further on. I start from Orangewood and go to the beach and back and that round trip is just a hair over 26 miles. See all you kids out there. We enjoy this trail! and the river at GE: 33.703356° -117.931475°. The Santa Ana River Trail (SART) has three main segments of luscious Mountain Bike Singletrack. We did the Northern section of the trail. < http://www.ci.santa-ana.ca.us/parks/CentennialPark.asp> EDNA PARK, SANTA ANA … GE: 33.763686° -117.898962° About three miles above Centennial Park, on the western bank is Edna Park. Pause here and look up. The adjacent town of Norco is Western-themed and has bridle trails running along the main drag and other streets. It would look very much “in place” in the flossy suburbs of The O.C. Great trail, Upper Santa Ana needs its own section. The middle river will revert to a series of ponds and sections of sandy waste. 'Bents. Explore the best trails in Santa Ana, California on TrailLink. From here you combine two trails: Santa Ana River Trail (SART) from South Fork to Glass Road and Santa Ana River Trail (SART) 2E03 Glass Road to Middle Control Road. People park their cars along the side of the street and hop onto the trail from here. Scenery = 5*. (Beginning or ending at … Is this one of those lonely, unloved trails. TrailBear 1.22.10, THE SANTA ANA RIVER TRAIL… from the Ocean to the Orange Crush 1.13.10 SART, the Santa Ana River Trail: thirty miles of high speed express trail with grade-separated crossings. The Riverside/San Bernardino segment is approx 20 miles long. We got there at 10 and it was very busy. He headed for Newport Beach, just across the river. When you combine this exercise with phenomenal scenery and a well maintained roadway with no motor traffic (except maintenance vehicles) you get the Santa Ana River Trail. You can bike thru it without charge. This is the upper end of the survey. Far away from downtown, the demographic vibrations are more comfortable here. The Santa Ana River is roughly 100 miles long and is the longest river completely within Southern California. They think they are God's gift to humanity. The next is anything but. Santa Ana River Trail, Santa Ana, Santa Ana. The trail has many wonderful sights, as I entered hidden valley, and in to norco the view, changed again. At Tustin I turned right and it was a very short jog to the trail entrance on the right. In any case, we started from the Pacific Coast Highway and went up the eastern side of the “river” through a bit of construction on a nicely paved trail labeled Santa Ana River Trail. We wind up the Hidden Valley Wildlife Area over by Norco. PARKS Carlson Dog Park 4700 Buena Vista Ave., Riverside 1.77 Acres Off Leash Large/Small Dog Areas Drinking Fountains Hours and information: 951-826-2000 riversideca.gov/park_rec Fairmount Park 2601 Fairmount Blvd., Riverside SAPD recovered two bicycles on 02-08-12. Lots of cars. Today there is a bit of fog grading into haze. Ride on! The Quality Inn mentioned is in SAN BERNARDINO....not Riverside. There were several cyclists parking and riding from there, some commuting and others exercising/training, so the parking area was busy with people coming and going. It had parking. THE KATELLA CROSSOVER There are two facilities of note here. View detailed trail descriptions, trail maps, reviews, photos, trail itineraries, directions and more on TrailLink. Several miles pass through Anaheim. We only managed nearly half this time around with a plan to finish the second half in the near future. Thank Marsh McLean for that. This was a relatively difficult trail to find and follow. 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