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This 300-acre park preserves some of the rapidly vanishing cultural landscape of the citrus industry and tells the story of this industry's role in the history and development of California. Fruit Tastings at the Visitor Center/Museum Open Fridays...more
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Visited the Park yesterday and had a wonderful time learning about the significance that the citrus industry has had in the Riverside area and Inland Empire as a whole. The visitors center was open and contained information regarding the history of citrus in the New...More
This place is an amazing park of citrus groves. Walk into the trees, enjoying the peace and quiet. They have a museum with orange tastings too. We tried citrus we have never tasted before. Learn about the Sunkist orange plant too. For $5 a car...More
Great place to walk or run and catch the history of the citrus industry and gorgeous views of southern Riverside countryside. Worth the small parking fee. Get there early for cooler temps, definitely uphill climbs but you can also stay on the flat paths AND...More
Beautiful scenery and plenty of places to stroll and explore. It’s a great place to play catch or picnic.
I love the event center there. Wish I had a reading or throw a party ! I’ve photographed some weddings there and it’s just a lovely...More
This little park in a corner of Riverside commemorates the California citrus industry, which has become far less noticeable as homes and development have ploughed under the Orange groves that once covered Southern California. The par visitor center shows the history of the industry and...More