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Many people who visit Yorba Linda don't even realize that we have a major state park that runs on the north side of the city. It spans about 31 miles. You can hike, drive, horse back or bike into the park. Here is a site with all the details for you to enjoy. http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=648
One of the terrific benefits in Yorba Linda is the incredible amount of walking trails, bike trails. horse trails that you can access through out the city. The city also runs along the Chino Hills State Park with endless outdoor exploring and the Yorba Regional Park with baseball fields, walking ...
When I was growing up, Yorba Linda still had a large agricultural business (Avacados, Oranges, Lemons, Strawberries, etc.) and it was quite common to see homeowners riding horses through out the city. The city has about 100 miles of equestrian, biking and walking trails. They have 3 arenas of w...
One of the wonderful things Yorba Linda was known for when I was growing up here was the open and rural feel of the city. Horse property was common and it was not unusual for homeowners to have very large lots. Even though the city has developed considerably over the last 40 years, we have mad...
One of the most exciting things about driving by the Nixon Library & Birthplace lately is seeing the Presidential helicopter on exhibit. When I was growing up in the Placentia/Yorba Linda area, I remember seeing the old Nixon home next to the elementary school that sat on the lot for decades. To ...