The JCSD Parks & Recreation Department manages and maintains the Eastvale Trail, which is a small portion of the Santa Ana River Trail (SART) along the Santa Ana River between Archibald Avenue and Hamner Avenue. The SART is designed to extend from the Pacific Ocean to the crest of the San Bernardino Mountains and, at build out, will total over 110 miles in length. The Eastvale Trail provides 2.61 miles of trail to be enjoyed by foot, bike or horseback.Eastvale Trail Facts:
- October 2008 - Grand opening of Riverwalk Park and the Eastvale Trail, which provides 1.4 miles of recreation between Archibald Avenue and Riverwalk Park.
- March 2014 - Phase 1 of the Eastvale Community Park portion of the Eastvale Trail opens and covers 0.33 miles.
- Late 2016 - The portion of the trail between Riverwalk Park and the Eastvale Community Park Phase 2 (0.64 miles) opened.
- October 2016 - the segment of the trail that travels through Eastvale Community Park is increased 0.24 miles.
Recommended access points to the Eastvale Trail:
- Grapewin Street and Archibald Avenue
- Dearborn Street and Tisdale Street
- Grapewin Street and Dearborn Street
- Dellbrook Street and Dearborn Street
- Harrison Avenue and Chandler Street
- Riverwalk Park: Cobble Creek Drive and Potter Drive; Soaring Bird Court
- Granja Del Rio and Estancia Lane
Click HERE for a map of the SART.