Yorba Regional Park
It’s time to get out, get some fresh air, and get a little wild at one of the most popular public green spaces in Anaheim, Yorba Regional Park! This extremely group-friendly park location allows guests to enjoy over 140 acres of gorgeous natural landscape, the park sitting linearly at the mouth of the Santa Ana Canyon. The linear pattern of this expansive, 1-mile wide park is set up in such a way to enhance the natural river setting, this idea brought about as a response to a need for an official Orange County bicentennial project in 1976. Since then this spot has become one of the region’s favorites for outdoor and water recreation, picnicking, and exercising.
You will find over 400 picnic tables lining the river route here, most of them with a source of permanent shade above so your group can really enjoy your day at Yorba! Larger groups can make reservations for one of the 7 onsite group shelters, ensuring you all can have a pleasant picnic experience. Did we mention the 200 some barbecues out here? Aside from the amazing picnicking setting here, you will also have a more than pleasing aquatic environment to fish, sail model boats, or even rent a kayak or peddler boat from companies such Wheel Fun Rentals. On land, you can also rent various bikes, cycles, and land choppers, one of the most famous features of this area being the popular bike trails, one that leads to the nationally recognized Santa Ana River Trail, leading 20 miles to the Pacific Ocean.
You will also find 6 onsite playgrounds, several rest areas, 4volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, 2 ball diamonds, and even a physical fitness course and standard 5k running trail. There are 4 different lakes and several different ponds and streams, meaning there are also several scenic piers and bridges. Enjoy every landscape from forest to paved trails here, and don’t forget to stop at any nearby eateries if you don’t feel like picnicking, the Black Sheep grilled cheese bar a fan favorite!
Let us take you to ‘one of the best parks for family fun in Orange County’ today!