Carbon Canyon Regional Park Loop

#1 of 4 trails in Carbon Canyon Regional Park
Carbon Canyon Regional Park Loop is a 2.6 mile loop trail located near Brea, CA that features a river. The trail is good for all skill levels offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

2.6 miles 85 feet Loop
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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.

Heather Millsap

1 Completed1 Reviews

Yubin Wang

2 Completed1 Reviews

Casey Slatten

15 Completed2 Reviews

Took my niece (6) and nephew (5) for a little hike. Not a whole lot to see, but they enjoyed it - especially because they got to experience a rattlesnake on the trail. But I think what they really liked was the playground that came after the hike.

Matt Amen

4 Completed4 Reviews

Took the whole family out on a beautiful November morning. Very easy trail pretty boring until you reach the redwood trees which are really awesome and well worth it. Overall it is a fun trail that I would definitely do again

Terry D.

Good walk. Not an out in nature kind of trail

Nancy Gamboa

1 Completed1 Reviews

Redwoods were pretty cool!

Dean Diomedes

3 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.