Yorba Regional ParkLocated in the east end of Anaheim, it is one of the largest parks in the area with acres of turf, trees, lakes, and streams. It also has multiple playgrounds for kids of all ages, a very long bike trail, volleyball courts, a horseshoe pit, two baseball diamonds, and a physical fitness course.

Bike and paddleboat rentals are available at the park.

The lakes are stocked with fish – so you can do some fishing. A variety of duck and goose species make this park their home.  Bring some birdseed or bread to feed the ducks.

Over 400 picnic tables, 200 barbecue stoves, and many permanent shade structures make this park ideal for group events and family picnics.

The park is located along the Santa Ana River and extends about 1 mile along the west bank of the river. If you are riding a bike, you can exit the park towards the river and continue riding on the bike trail which goes for 20 miles towards the beach.

Yorba Regional ParkThis park is also great for hiking. You can just stroll along the endless paved/concrete walkways or you can go out to the dirt area along the Santa Ana River.

Go to www.ocparks.com for additional information.

Yorba Park

7600 E. La Palma

Anaheim, CA 92807

(714) 973-6615 or (714) 973-6838

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