Carbon Canyon Regional Park Loop

#1 of 4 trails in Carbon Canyon Regional Park
Carbon Canyon Regional Park Loop is a 3.4 mile loop trail located near Brea, California that features a river. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

2.56 miles Loop 90 feet
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OneCarbon Canyon Regional Park is a 124-acre park, operated by the County of Orange and located next to Chino Hill State Park. This 3.4-mile round-trip hike takes you along what is usually referred to as a nature trail to the redwoods grove, then loops around the park up on top of the dam before returning you to the main park. It is short, well-marked, and flat enough for anyone comfortable walking on a dirt path.

Terry D.

Good walk. Not an out in nature kind of trail

Nancy Gamboa

1 Completed1 Reviews

Redwoods were pretty cool!

Dean Diomedes

2 Completed1 Reviews

Steve Mullins

4 Completed1 Reviews

Very nice hike. The Redwoods are a must see.

Wendy Hormann

8 Completed1 Reviews

Fun! Flat, lots of turns, trees

Jacob Kaitz

1 Completed1 Reviews

Nice moderate hiking trail. Mostly flat. The redwoods were a nice stop. We added on a bit to the trail, by going off and up over the dam, coming back down and meeting the trail before it got back to the park. Ended up being a bit over 4 miles and took us around an hour and 15 minutes. It was an enjoyable morning walk.

heather c.

This is an easy trial. Mostly flat. You can hike up along the dam. It's nice if you want to walk but don't want to over exert yourself.

Michael G.

The redwoods are cool. Otherwise it's just whatever.

Andre D.

bruce lim

4 Completed4 Reviews

Easy on the legs and feet