Trails in Orange County


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Parks and Important Information for Riding in Orange County

Aliso-Wood Canyons Wilderness Park

28241 La Paz Road
Laguna Niguel, CA 92667
(949) 923-2200

Caspers Wilderness Park

33401 Ortega Highway
P.O. Box 395
San Jaun Capistrano, CA 92675
(949) 923-2210

Chino Hills State Park

4721 Sapphire Road
Chino Hills, CA 91709
(951) 780-6222

Cleveland National Forest

There are many trail heads for the Cleveland National Forest. Refer to MTBProject trail and riding information. Click above for information.

Crystal Cove State Park

8471 PCH
Laguna Beach CA 92651
(949) 494-3539 or (949) 492-0802

Irvine Open Space

The Irvine Open Space Reserve South (Bommer & Shady Canyon) is open to mountain bikes via docent-led tours. Pre-registration is required.

(714) 508-4757

Irvine Regional Park

1 Irvine Park Road
Orange, CA 92862
(714)9 73-6835 or (714) 973-3173

Laguna Coast Wilderness Park

18751 Laguna Canyon Road
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
(949) 923-2235

O?Neill Regional Park

30892 Trabuco Canyon Road
Trabuco Canyon, CA 92678
(949)923-2260 or (949)923-2256

Peters Canyon Regional Park

8548 E. Canyon View Ave.
Orange, CA 92869
(714) 973-6611 or (714) 973-6612

San Onofre State Park

Trail head for the mountain bike riding in San Onofre State park.
301 Avenida La Pata
San Clemente, CA 92673

Click here for the trail map

Santiago Oaks

2145 N. Windes Drive
Orange, CA 92869
(714) 973-6620 or (714) 973-6622

Thomas F. Riley Wilderness Park

30952 Oso Parkway
Coto De Caza, CA 92679
(949) 923-2265

Mountain Lion Information

Many parks in Orange County have mountain lions. While extremely rare, there has been attacks and a fatality. Please be cautious. Click above for Mountain Lion safety information.

Poison Oak

Poison Oak is common on many Orange County trails. Click above to visit the Poison Oak Survival Guide website to learn how to recognize the plant and treat for Poison Oak contact.