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Recreational Trails

Recreational Trails

Wooded Trail

General Information

Fullerton is rich with approximately 28 miles of recreational trails, which are spread throughout the city. Hikers, equestrians, mountain bike riders, and outdoor enthusiasts are invited to take advantage of these scenic trails. Trail maps are available for a small fee at the Parks and Recreation Department or you can go directly to the Interactive Map of City Parks and Recreational Trails.

Contact Information

For more information, comments, or suggestions regarding city trails, contact the Parks and Recreation Department at (714) 738-6575. For issues regarding trail maintenance, contact the Public Works Maintenance Department at (714) 738-6897.

Share the Trails Dogs Off-Leash

The Parks and Recreation staff would like to remind dog owners that:

  • All dogs must be on a leash 10’ or shorter at all times in all public parks and trails
  • Dogs may run off-leash only at the Fullerton Pooch Park, located near the Hunt Branch Library
  • Owners are asked to pick up after their dogs and dispose of all waste in trash cans

We hope everyone does their part to keep the trails and parks safe and clean. Thank you.

Trail Reminders

To ensure a pleasant experience for all trail users, please observe the following:

  • Hikers must yield to equestrians. Bike riders must yield to both hikers and equestrians.
  • Passing should be done on the left side when it is safe to do so. When overtaking another trail user, it is suggested that you announce your intentions.
  • Special precautions should be taken when passing equestrians. Any sudden movements may startle the horses and pose a danger to trail users.
  • Although trail difficulties range from easy to moderate, it is advised that trails be chosen based on the user's ability.
  • Please refrain from straying from the marked paths and respect any adjacent private properties.
  • Don't play chicken! Proceed with caution when crossing any street.
  • Help keep the trails clean by holding on to your trash until it can be properly disposed.

    Revised 5/16/2019