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Providing riding trainers to visitors, Vista Del Mar Ranch offers instructional classes for improving horseback skills and agility. There are also several trails where visitors can take their horses on trail rides.
One of the most famed hiking areas of Riverside, Mount Rubidoux Park offers sweeping views of the city from it's peak. Winding trails take visitors through rocky terrain and lush, grass lined curves to the white cross that sits a top the mountain.
A former stage coach stop, Camarillo Grove Park is a mid-size park in a rustic setting. Attractions include multiple hiking trails, a dog park, covered picnic areas, play equipment, and a horseshoe pit.
Lost Winds Beach is a public beach with marked volleyball courts and a secluded setting requiring a quarter-mile hike from the parking area. Although there are no other amenities on the beach, a nearby pier offers a snackbar and restrooms.
Since 1960 Adams Motorsports Park has been offering an exhilarating race experience to visitors of Riverside. The company offers a selection of experiences, such as kart racing, drifting, pocket bikes, mini-moto, motorcycles or super moto racing.
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Calle Ameno & Avenue San Pablo, San Clemente, CA 92672 MoreLess Info
Rancho San Clemente Ridgeline Trail is a 3.5 mile path for pedestrians, bicycles and leashed dogs that offers nearly 600 ft of elevation if fully hiked. The trail surface is primarily asphalt with some natural soil segments.
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3824 Main Street, Riverside, CA 92501 MoreLess Info
Affiliated with the University of California, Riverside, the California Museum of Photography offers rotating exhibits for visitors to enjoy. The site also contains a permanent collection of photographic works and tools that were used to create photographs.