Best Hiking Trails in Riverside

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Riverside, California. All of our hiking trails face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


4706 Mount Rubidoux Drive, Riverside, CA 92501 Directions

Since 1907

Lake, Dog Walkers, Picnic Area, Trail Running, Mountain Biking, Wild Flowers, Forest, Walking, Dogs on Leash, Birding & Road Biking

Mount Rubidoux Park has a 2.5-mile round trip with other long or shorter distance trails. The Easter Sunrise service in the United States' longest-running outdoor service. The trail is easy to navigate because it is all the way up a paved path. It's a stunning hike that takes you through several different plants and flowers, massive boulders you can climb, and even the mountain's historical markers. Its mountain is a perfect experience for first-time travelers as well as someone who wants to give a friend a beautiful local place in the Inland Empire. The hill was named for the rich ranchero Louis Rubidoux, one of its owners in the 19th century. With various hiking trails, the historic Peace Tower, and the famous, they stretch over 160 acres. Suitable for photo shooting or admiring as you work your way up to the top.



Mon - Sun 6:30 am - 10:30 pm

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400 Central Avenue, Riverside, CA 92507 Directions

Since 2014

Parks, Dogs on Leash, Mountain Biking, Birding, Nature, Special Events, Programs, Wild Flowers, Walking, Kid Friendly, Tours & Trail Running

Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Park is a perfect hiking place with 25 km of official trails. Visitors to the park are welcome to walk, bike, bird watch, and indulge in the wonders of the wildlife at Riverside. The river offers habitat for populations of essential wildlife and native plants. Mount Rubidoux is the Santa River corridor, providing an exceptional urban open space element. Hikes are about 0.6 miles long, usually lasting 45-60 minutes and are quick enough for young kids. They enjoy school community trips, scouts, home school groups, and students going abroad. The trail provides spectacular city views, chances of seeing native plants & wildlife, fantastic birding. It is 1,424 hectares of public land for the local communities. The moderately trafficked loop trail of 4.6 miles. It is a great ride spot with beautiful scenery and short trails.


Thu 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Fri - Sun 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Mon - Wed Closed

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5000 Tequesquite Avenue, Riverside, CA 92506 Directions

Since 1982

Shelters, Sports Field, Jogging Paths, Picnic Area, Playground, Concessions, Running, Athletic Fields, Outdoor Game, Biking, Courts & Walking

Ryan Bonaminio Park is a nationally renowned and award-winning organization offering creative leisure activities and opportunities for social interaction to meet the changing needs of people of all ages and communities. The park has two diamonds with baseball, four half courts with basketball, paved walking road. Looking at the plots of land, and all the numerous fruit trees that line the trail is cold. There is a baseball field for children to play baseball, as well as a place to play soccer, many play facilities, and exercise equipment.


Mon - Sun 5:00 am - 5:00 pm

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