San Bernardino County Regional Parks operates nine parks, totaling over 9,200 acres and 17.8 miles of trail scattered between metropolitan, mountain and desert areas of the county
CUCAMONGA-GUASTI is an urban park located in Ontario is located close to metropolitan areas and the Ontario International Airport. It features a lake, swimming pool, zero depth water play park and scenic picnic areas.
LAKE GREGORY -- Nestled in an alpine forest in the community of Crestline, Lake Gregory offers family water recreation opportunities from fishing, kayak and canoeing, pedal boat, rowboat and paddleboard rentals, swim slides, and zero depth water play park. The San Moritz Lodge at Lake Gregory is an ideal place to hold your business conference, wedding or special event. The Lodge offers a fully equipped commercial kitchen, bar and dance floor. The fitness trail around the lake has exercise stations and there is also an off-leash dog park for pets and their owners to play.
PRADO REGIONAL PARK, in the Chino Valley Basin is located near metropolitan cities of Chino Hills, Chino, Ontario, Pomona, Montclair and Claremont. The park features a 60-acre lake, a universally accessible playground, camping facilities, picnic areas, horseback riding, two 18-hole golf courses, softball/soccer fields, an archery range and an Olympic shooting range.
GLEN HELEN REGIONAL PARK, San Bernardino, is nestled between the San Gabriel Mountains and the Cajon Pass features a swimming lagoon and waterslides in the swim complex, year-round lake fishing, hiking trails, sheltered and open picnic facilities, horseshoe pits and a zero depth water play park.
YUCAIPA REGIONAL PARK is in the heart of the Yucaipa Valley providing panoramic views of the San Bernardino and San Gorgonio Mountains. It is located near Redlands, Oak Glen and Banning. Yucaipa Regional Park offers scenic camping sites, sheltered and open picnic facilities, hiking trails, horseshoe pit, swimming area surrounded by white sandy beaches, and lakes to fish or enjoy pedal boating.
Close by is MOJAVE NARROWS REGIONAL PARK, the only riparian wetland for habitat in the High Desert. Located in Victorville, you’ll see two camels and an alpaca and cattle line the perimeter of the park. Two lakes for fishing. pedal boats, scenic camping areas, a zero depth water play park, picnic areas.
Horse and pony rentals and nature trailsmake this an ideal getaway experience.
CALICO GHOST TOWN is located in the historical site of California’s largest silver strike. An old silver mining town, it has 1/3 of its original buildings still standing. The remaining buildings have been restored to keep with the original structures. Throughout the year Calico Ghost Town plays host to several special events including: a Civil War Re-enactment in February, Bluegrass in the Spring Music Festival (May 9-10, 2009), Calico Days (Columbus Day weekend), and Ghost Haunt (last two weekends in October). Camping and cabins are available.
MOABI REGIONAL PARK, located on the Colorado River in Needles is a boater’s paradise. In addition to a fully stocked marina, the park offers boat
rentals and peninsula camping and is a scenic fishing location.
Camping reservations may be booked online at www.sbcountyparks.com. Each park’s camping site and available locations are viewable allowing one to book multiple reservations at one time. To reserve a picnic shelter the individual park must be contacted by phone.
Check web site for trout derbies and other events.