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Yucaipa Regional Park

33900 Oak Glen Rd, Yucaipa, CA 92399-6907
+1 909-790-3127
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A great place to take the family.

A great place to take the family. Near the foothills, green grassy areas, blue skies...and lakes... read more

Reviewed July 12, 2017
Beaumont, California
Nice Fishing park

That‘s a nice park we found from google map. If you are first time go fishing. You deserved to go... read more

Reviewed July 7, 2017
梦嘉 高
Beaumont, California
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Yucaipa Regional Park is situated in the foothills rich with natural flora and fauna, and boasts views of the San Bernardino Mountains and Mount San Gorgonio that provide an atmosphere of timeless serenity.If you like camping, hiking, boating, fishing or other outdoor sports such as disc golf and horseshoes, Yucaipa and its three lakes are the place for you.Yucaipa’s swim complex, with its dual-flume water slides and sandy beach, offers the perfect spot to get away, cool-off, and have a blast during hot summer days.The park’s recreational facilities are open year-round, providing a sanctuary from the bustle of city life whether it’s winter, spring, summer or fall.Yucaipa is a favorite destination for high school cross-country runners and mountain bikers, but it’s also a great place to ride a pedal boat or aqua cycle, bird-watch, or horseback ride.
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33900 Oak Glen Rd, Yucaipa, CA 92399-6907
+1 909-790-3127
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Reviewed July 12, 2017

A great place to take the family. Near the foothills, green grassy areas, blue skies...and lakes. You can go fishing or go swimming or hiking or biking, have a Bar-B-Q. Just have lots of fun.

Thank likegoodfood2017
Reviewed July 7, 2017

That‘s a nice park we found from google map. If you are first time go fishing. You deserved to go that place. There are a lot blue gill in the River. The park fee is reasonable. That's a good place for fishing and picnic.

Thank 梦嘉 高
Reviewed June 26, 2017

First impressions of Yucaipa Regional Park, are, this place really looks nice. Tall trees and grass throughout the RV/trailer campsites, most of which are pull-through sites. Picnic tables at all the sites, standing permanent bbq's at most sites, both 30 & 50 amp hookups, water...More

Thank Dave A
Reviewed June 14, 2017

Clean with many lakes and trails to walk, Kids love it, their is an Aqua Park, and small cafeteria. What I don't Like: Their is an admission fee of $10 per car and the short business hours, they close early.

Thank nemocali
Reviewed May 22, 2017

This is just a really fun and relaxing place for the entire family. It's in the city, but gives you a feelimmg like you are out and away from the city and people. een there a few times abd came hpme so relaxed. Good times...More

Thank VeryDisapointed2014
Reviewed May 16, 2017

Yucaipa Regional is a great get away. Friendly staff, clean bathrooms, great hiking trails and some of the sites are very roomy.

Thank tkhuss
Reviewed May 3, 2017 via mobile

Love to walk this park. The three lakes are nice to walk around. Interesting wildlife in and around the lakes. There are nice playgrounds for kids and covered pavilions for picnickers. It costs $8 for each person who wants to fish. We always meet people...More

1  Thank Tavishboo
Reviewed May 2, 2017

Yucaipa Regional is one of the best county campgrounds we have ever visited! RV sites have full hook-ups, tables, and charcoal grills. Most trees are full grown and provide ample shade. There are nice walking paths with fishing lakes within the park and kiddie playgrounds....More

Thank Eileen86
Reviewed April 13, 2017

A lot of acreage for camping (RV and tent), picnicking, summer swimming, or just a nice hike or walk. Three lakes (fishing) and a swim area with water slides in the summer. Very crowded in the summer, a lot of out of area invaders. At...More

Thank Mark B
Reviewed April 10, 2017

This is an established park that has a lot of large trees, a water park, a lake for fishing and hiking as well. Since I am local I have not camped there but know people who have and they have been pleased.

Thank sdouma1
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gabriela g
July 6, 2017|
Response from Eileen86 | Reviewed this property |
Alcohol is OK in the RV park, not sure about the picnic areas. We don't use fire pits during summer due to fire danger. Call the park to answer this. Do not require car insurance proof that I know of.
Denise D
January 13, 2017|
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Response from Gabby92399 | Reviewed this property |
Not for day use. For camping I'd recommend you check with them ‭(909) 790-3127‬