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Featherly Regional Park

Featherly Regional Park is located in Santa Ana Canyon. Only 63 acres of the 795 acre Featherly Wilderness Preserve is open for public access. The rest is protected as a natural riparian wilderness area. The developed area is privately owned by Canyon R.V. Park and has RV sites with full hook-ups, small cabins, youth group camping, and areas for group events.

Featherly Regional Park Details 

Address: 24001 Santa Ana Canyon Road, Anaheim, CA 92808

Park Hours: 8:00am – 8:00pm Canyon RV Business Hours

Contact: Tel: (714)637-0210
Email: [email protected]


Featherly Regional Park

What’s At Featherly Regional Park

RV Facilities 

There are 140 RV sites available to reserve in Canyon RV Park. Each site is fully equipped with water, power and sewer hookups. There is also a picnic table and fire ring. Some sites can accommodate up to 45’ RVs. 


Ten cabins are available to book. They are traditional log style with nine of the ten cabins able to sleep up to four people. The tenth cabin is smaller and sleeps two. Each cabin has a fridge, microwave, sink, and a bathroom. Air conditioning as well as a floor heater are provided. Outside the cabin is a picnic bench and fire ring. The cabins are ADA compliant. 

Canyon RV Park Amenities 

The park has multiple amenities for guests. They include a swimming pool, playground, horseshoe pit, and pickle ball court. Campers have access to five bathhouses with showers, a laundry room, and convenience store. 

Rope Course 

Located right inside Canyon RV Park in Featherly Regional Park is the Orange County Ropes Course. It is one of the largest rope courses located west of Colorado. There are two zip lines in total, extending up to 277 feet each in length. Plus there are over 32 different challenges reaching a height of over 60 feet. Individual and group challenges are available. 

Santa Ana River Bikeway 

The best way to view Featherly Regional Park is from the Santa Ana River Trail. In total this paved multi use trail spans over 50.3 miles starting from Huntington Beach Bicycle Trail at SR 1/Pacific Coast Hwy and ending at S. Waterman Ave in San Bernardino. The bikeway is family friendly and runs alongside the park. 

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