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Located adjacent to Los Rios Rancho, large dirt parking lot (just for Preserve). Information booth on plants & flowers in season, and animals you may spot along the way (including bear and mountain lions). Wide walking trail, perfect for groups.
GORGEOUS views, nicely kept Preserve...More
This place is great to gather with family, they have nice clean trails to walk. Their has been sightings of wild animals, but of all the times I have gone I have never seen any. The trail usually takes about an two or three hours...More
I return to this special place when I need to be in nature, or to reflect, and admire the flowers and plants. The nice thing is that there are short paths and long paths. I am not a hiker, but I enjoy walking. I am...More
This was part of a great day trip recommended by our airbnb hosts. The 2,189 acre preserve is managed by The Wildlife Conservancy and is entirely free! Set in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains, the main loop trail is about 2 miles long...More
What wonderful work the Wildlands Conservancy is doing. Beautiful facility, botanical garden and hiking trails, wildflowers and birds were plentiful! Even with large school groups present it was a relaxing time. Stopped by the Los Rios bakery, fresh baked goods were delicious. Highly recommend spending...More
It is only a short drive away from the busy and polluted city. What a nice change of view and nature. Take a stroll at the botanical garden. Easy hikes to see sycamore trees. Go for a picnic. Enjoy the nature. I highly recommend for...More
This is a great place to go between Palm Springs and Ontario. Lovely setting, good labels of the native plants and a variety of paths. We enjoyed the birds, including bluebirds and woodpeckers. After a nice walk, stop for coffee and lunch next door. Very...More
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The old oak tree is located at Highland Springs Resort (as far as I know). You just check in at the desk in the office and then follow a dirt road (not very far) to the tree. If you haven't been to High Springs Resort, it... More
The old oak tree is located at Highland Springs Resort (as far as I know). You just check in at the desk in the office and then follow a dirt road (not very far) to the tree. If you haven't been to High Springs Resort, it is pretty interesting and has a very nice restaurant. hsresort . com
There is a link to the restaurant at the above link. If there's an old oak tree in Oak Glen, I don't know but they do have a lot of nice hiking trails, one being at los-rios-rancho-oak-glen