The Irvine Regional Park is a hidden treasure in the heart of Orange County. It’s nestled among groves of oak and sycamore trees. Which offer you shade from the sun or inclement weather. As they sway with gentle winds throughout your stroll. Also, the rolling foothills surrounding this oasis are filled by wildlife. It also has beautiful views that cannot be seen anywhere else!
A serene setting for leisure activities, the park is bordered by Santiago Creek. It also features a pond with stone-work waterfall in its center. The variety of landscapes greatly enhances this park’s beauty. In addition, a three-mile equestrian trail skirts the perimeter of the central park. Providing scenic views that are both natural and urban. Meanwhile, the horse trailer is very easy to spot. You can park on the north perimeter of the train station parking lot, and take a lookout trail up into the natural area. Where there’s an enclosed shelter, as well as a water fountain for your needs.