Orange

Irvine Regional Park

Address One Irvine Park Rd.Orange, CA 92862
Phone 714-633-8074
Web Site Link to Web site
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Directions N/A
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Description Located in the foothills, this is California’s oldest regional park.  With over 470 acres, this park has a variety of Oak and Sycamore groves, streams, a pond, a paved trail, picnic tables and BBQs.  There are also several historical sites and plaques located throughout the park.  Maps are available from the park ranger at the main entrance.  Because this park is also a wilderness area with mountain lions, park rules state that minors must be under adult supervision at all times.Dogs must be leashed.  There is minimal parking fee.

 

Peters Canyon Regional Park

Address Canyon View AveOrange, CA
Phone 714-538-4400
Web Site Link to Web site
Map Link to map
Directions From Hwy 5 or Hwy 405, take the Jamboree Road exit north.  Then turn left at Canyon View Ave.  Proceed 1/4 mile to the park entrance and parking lot. 
Hours of Operation All trails are closed for 3 days following rainfall.
Description This park has over 350 acres of coastal sage scrub, woodlands, a freshwater marsh, and a 55 acre resevoir.  They have a variety of dirt paths and trails (apprx 2-3 miles) which are frequented by hikers, mountain bikers, equestrians and of course, leashed dogs.