1466 West Marshall Boulevard, San Bernardino, CA 92405 Directions
Blair Park has a total height of 529.17 ft and a maximum height of 1.798.49 ft. Hikers, with more time, can fully explore some of the other trails further. The park offers golfing or playing, or golf clubs in any area. It affords panoramic views. The Shandin Hills in northwestern San Bernardino is a small mountain range, rising approximately 1,800 feet above sea level. There is plenty of shade playground for children to have a family picnic or birthday parties. The use trails offer access, as mentioned below, notably from Blair Park.
Baseball Diamonds, Running, Outdoor Racquetball Court, Playground Areas, Skateboard Park, Exercise Fitness, Lake, Birding, Basketball, Nature Trips, Softball Fields, Fishing, Wildlife, Benches, Horseshoe Pits, Walking Track, Wild Flowers, Picnic Tables & Tennis Courts
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SAN BERNARDINO NATIONAL FOREST
602 South Tippecanoe Avenue, San Bernardino, CA 92408 Directions
San Bernardino National Forest is a beautiful park and has a national park of 71,000 hectares with 154,000 acres. The park contains thirty miles of a national scenic path of the world-famous pacific crest. Natural resource management, such as trees, soil, minerals, animals, tourism, or wildlife. Visitors can enjoy a beautiful oasis of palm trees, snow-capped mountains, national scenic trail, and wilderness areas. National Forest serves as the active leisure destination of Southern California year-round and offers appropriate protection of the watershed.
Birding, Walking, Mountain Biking, Wildlife Viewing, Hunting, Camping, Photography, Dogs on Leash, Forest Lake, Running, Road Biking, Wild Flowers, Horseback Riding & Even Skiing
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PERRIS HILL PARK
1135 East Highland Avenue, San Bernardino, CA 92408 Directions
'Perris Hill Park' is a stunning 64.4-hectare park. The park has grown into a state-of-the-art playground designed for children. The new arena in San Bernardino offers a fun and safe place for children and families to play. It presents the park with a healthy, clean, and family-friendly environment. Their rooms, playing alongside leaders of Foresters and community partners. Thousands of kids enjoy outdoor play in the 36 parks in San Bernardino during the year, where youth and adult sports, arts and crafts classes are offered.
Walking/Jogging Trail, Tennis, Swimming Pool, Playground Areas, Baseball Diamond, Swimming, Picnicking, Barbecue Grills, Picnic Tables & Senior Center