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Yorba Regional Park

Yorba Regional Park is a 140-acre linear park located adjacent to the Santa Ana River. It is an official Orange County bicentennial project steeped with history that opened in 1976. There are more than 400 picnic tables situated in the park, four lakes, bike trails, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, two ball diamonds, a physical fitness course, and playgrounds complete with restrooms.

Yorba Regional Park land was once part of a large cattle ranching operation owned by Bernardo Yorba. There were also sheep, mules, oxen, and horses, as well as grape vines and crops including corn, wheat, beans, and pumpkin. An adobe that once stood here was demolished in 1926.

Yorba Regional Park

Yorba Regional Park Details

Address: 7600 E. La Palma, Anaheim, CA 92807
Park Hours: Sun – Sat: 7:00 AM – 9:00 PM Spring-Summer; 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM Fall-Winter
Parking: $3 per vehicle entry Monday – Friday; $5 Saturday – Sunday; Higher for some holidays and events
Phone: 714-973-6615
Dogs: Permitted On Leash

View the Yorba Regional Park Map

What’s At Yorba Regional Park


There are many trails throughout the park with paths for biking and walking, and a multiuse trail that runs parallel to the Santa Ana river along the border of the park. Bicyclists are able to connect to the Santa Ana River Trail, leading to some 20 miles of trail all the way to the Pacific Ocean.

The easy mile and a half Yorba Regional Loop takes you around the lakes on a relatively flat trail that’s kid and pet friendly.

If you’re looking for more of a workout, there is a 10-station par/fitness course along the paved trail.

Horses are permitted on select trails at Yorba Regional Park.

Fishing & Sailing

There are four lakes at Yorba Regional Park with connecting streams. Fishing is permitted in the lakes at Yorba Regional park. A fishing license is required for everyone age 16 and over.

Model sail boats are also permitted on the lakes at Yorba Regional Park.


There are six play structures in total throughout the park. They have fun slides, climbing structures and more for all ages. Many are adjacent to picnic areas and within walking distance to a restroom. 

Bike and Boat Rentals

Wheel Fun Rentals at Yorba Regional Park provides rentals to visitors. Guests can choose from a variety of recreational vehicles to rent including surreys, swan pedal boats, quads and coupes, bicycles, and kayaks. Hours of operation vary throughout the year but the last bike rental goes out 1 hour before sunset. Last pedal boat rental goes out 2 hours before sunset. Prices vary from $8 an hour for the Kids Bike to $38 an hour for the Double Surrey.

See a full list of rentals and pricing

Other Amenities at Yorba Regional Park

Yorba Regional Park is perfect for spending a day outdoors. There are 400 picnic tables and 200 barbecue stations. There are seven picnic shelters available by reservation for groups up to 150, and one that can accommodate groups up to 250. Many picnic shelters are equipped with permanent shade structures.

All Amenities:

  • Ball Fields
  • Barbeques
  • Bike Rentals
  • Bike Trails
  • Equestrian Trails
  • Fishing
  • Fitness Par Course
  • Hiking Trails
  • Horseshoe Pits
  • Kite Flying Area
  • Model Boats
  • Paddle Boat Rentals
  • Picnic areas (tables, restrooms)
  • Picnic shelters for reservation
  • Playgrounds
  • Volleyball Courts

Yorba Regional Park Things To Know

Barbecues are for charcoal only — no woodburning is allowed.

Fishing license is required for ages 16 and over.

Hunting is not permitted.

Collecting is not permitted.

Dogs must be on leash at all times.

Swimming/wading is not allowed.

Bicycles are allowed only on the paved trails.

Skateboards are not allowed here.

E-bikes are not allowed on trails.

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